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New allegations also suggest EU computer networks were hacked
The US intelligence service may have placed bugs in European Union (EU) buildings as part of its PRISM spying program, it has emerged from documents released by whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
Documents seen by the German newspaper Spiegel suggest that not only were bugs installed in the EU's offices in Washington, but also that the building's computer network was infiltrated.
Through this, surveillance teams had the capability to listen to discussions in several offices belonging to the EU, as well as being able to access emails and documents on computers.
Via Gust MEES