New documents leaked by Edward Snowden suggest the National Security Agency (NSA) has agents working under deep cover in US and foreign companies.
First published by The Intercept on Friday, the highly-classified document points to the NSA having a small group of well-placed and heavily-vetted insiders, whose mission is to infiltrate commercial companies and work from within.
“How do you know the NSA is not sending people into your data centers?” the publication cited the American Civil Liberties Union’s Chris Soghoian as saying.
The collection of six programs, under the umbrella “Sentry Eagle” program, is said to be the “core” part of the NSA’s secret mission to “protect America’s cyberspace.”….
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