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Merkel calls Obama over claims US spied on her phone

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Angela Merkel demands an explanation over claims the US monitored her mobile phone. (Germany has obtained information that the US may have monitored the mobile phone of chancellor Angela Merkel.
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Diplomatic espionage long a weapon in country's arsenal - Sydney Morning Herald

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Diplomatic espionage long a weapon in country's arsenal
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Comment. Australia has long spied on our neighbours, especially Indonesia, and we've long sought to take advantage from that in our diplomacy.
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USA vs NSA Animation

Animation and Modeling by Reddit User Sqorck [Me] Concept sketch by Reddit User SexualWeasel Animation Idea Breakdown by Reddit User Greyhaven7 Storyboard by...
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Amazing Interview With Ed Snowden Man Who Exposed That The NSA Is Spying On Every American

June 09, 2013 CNN http://MOXNews.com.
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Question: Will Dianne Feinstein Investigate Her Own Leak Of Classified Info? Will She Face Espionage Act Charges? | Techdirt.com

Question: Will Dianne Feinstein Investigate Her Own Leak Of Classified Info? Will She Face Espionage Act Charges? | Techdirt.com | espionage | Scoop.it

So, we just discussed how it appears that Dianne Feinstein accidentally confirmed what was widely suspected: that the NSA is tapping the internet backbone to get access to emails. This is interesting on many levels, not the least of which is that Feinstein herself has been famously harsh against any kind of leak, regularly arguing that the leaks themselves are more damaging than what the leaks may reveal about US government abuse. In the past, Feinstein has raged against leakers:


In a televised interview Wednesday, Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein repeatedly vented her ire over leaks of classified information and she signaled that she favors a more aggressive crackdown on those who are passing national security secrets to the press.

"What we're seeing...is an Anschluss, an avalanche of leaks. And it's very, very disturbing. You know, it's dismayed our allies. It puts American lives in jeopardy. It puts our nation's security in jeopardy," Feinstein (D-Calif.) said on CNN's "Situation Room" program.


Similarly, she has argued that Ed Snowden is a "traitor" for revealing information, though unlike her, he didn't reveal this particular program (or at least it hasn't been reported on yet).

Meanwhile, the Senate's current rules on revealing classified information suggest that an investigation is warranted:


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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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