Friday, October 10, 2008

Map of major surveillance states

Wired reports:
The National Security Agency routinely listened in on the intimate and innocent phone calls of Americans in Iraq, including government personnel in Iraq, journalists and aid workers, as they called back into the United States, according to former NSA operators who spoke to ABC News.

The accusations that the NSA routinely listened in on Americans' phone calls contradicts the Administration's repeated claims that its secret spying did not listen to any Americans other than suspected terrorists.

Map Source: Privacy International via Greenwald -- who blogs about this.
See my recent post, "Spy on us, we're Americans."

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