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Washington Post

Ordinary internet users 'made up bulk of NSA intercepts'

Ordinary internet users 'made up bulk of NSA intercepts'

Ninety percent of people identified in a tranche of communications intercepted by the NSA were ordinary internet users, not surveillance targets, analysis by a US paper suggests. The Washington Post says innocents were "caught in a net the National Security Agency had cast for somebody else". Much of the highly personal information was retained, the...

NSA stories take Pulitzer Prize

NSA stories take Pulitzer Prize

The Guardian and Washington Post have shared the Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism for a series of stories on US electronic spying. Their reporting was based on documents leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. Among other winners of the top prize in US journalism was the Boston Globe, for breaking news...

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