Oct 252013
 
 October 25, 2013  Surveillance

Ellen Nakashima reports:

U.S. officials are alerting some foreign intelligence services that documents detailing their secret cooperation with the United States have been obtained by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, according to government officials.

Snowden, U.S. officials said, took tens of thousands of documents, some of which contain sensitive material about collection programs against adversaries such as Iran, Russia and China. Some refer to operations that in some cases involve countries not publicly allied with the United States.

Read more on Washington Post.

In related news, Snowden has disputed Senator Dianne Feinstein’s absurd claim in an OpEd published in USA Today that the call records program is not “surveillance.” Brendan Sasso of The Hill reports:

“Today, no telephone in America makes a call without leaving a record with the NSA. Today, no Internet transaction enters or leaves America without passing through the NSA’s hands,” Snowden said in a statement Thursday.

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