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NSA 'collected 200m texts per day'   Washington: The US National Security Agency (NSA) has collected and stored almost 200 million text messages a day from around the world   MEPs seek video link with Snowden for NSA spying probe  European Union: Euro MPs have agreed to invite fugitive US whistleblower to give evidence via live video link to a European Parliament inquiry into US surve... NSA leaks: Snowden declares 'mission accomplished'. Washington NSA leaks: UK and US spying targets revealed. London US spy agency urged to curb snooping. Washington   NSA phone data grab 'against constitution'
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1. 2017-06-05 US government contractor arrested after NSA leak report US Georgia
2. 2015-10-26 NSA warns of growing danger of cyber-attack by nation states Washington
D. 2015-09-29 Edward Snowden joins Twitter and follows NSA Russia
4. 2015-06-23 US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks WikiLeaks
5. 2015-05-07 NSA phone data collection 'illegal', US court rules New York
6. 2015-03-30 NSA shooting: One dead after car rams gate Fort Meade. Maryland, Washington
H. 2014-01-26 NSA 'spied on companies' - Snowden Russia
2014-01-17 Obama announces plan to curb NSA Washington
J. 2014-01-16 NSA 'collected 200m texts per day' Washington

NSA phone data collection 'illegal', US court rules  New York: A US appeals court has ruled that bulk collection of phone records by the National Security Agency is illegal NSA shooting: One dead after car rams gate   Washington: One man has been killed and another was seriously wounded after a shooting at a gate to the US National Security Agency headquarters NSA and GCHQ agents 'leak Tor bugs' alleges developer  Some US and UK cyberspies are deliberately undermining their workmates' 'dark web' surveillance efforts   NSA 'spied on companies' - Snowden   Russia: US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has alleged the National Security Agency engaged in industrial espionage   Obama announces plan to curb NSA
US government contractor arrested after NSA leak report  US Georgia: Reality Leigh Winner, 25, allegedly removed classified material from a government facility in the US state of Georgia NSA warns of growing danger of cyber-attack by nation states  Washington: The deputy director of the US National Security Agency, Richard Ledgett, has warned of the increasing danger of destructive cyber attacks by...   Edward Snowden joins Twitter and follows NSA   Russia: Fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden has opened an account on the social network website Twitter   US 'spied on French presidents' - Wikileaks

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  WikiLeaks: The National Security Agency (NSA) spied on Jacques Chirac, Nicolas Sarkozy and Francois Hollande in 2006-12, WikiLeaks says

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  Washington: President Obama is expected to order NSA to stop storing data from Americans' phones, after a series of leaks about intelligence operations


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  Washington: Federal District Judge Richard Leon said the electronic spy agency's practice was an 'arbitrary invasion'
NSA 'debates' amnesty for Snowden  Washington: The National Security Agency is considering offering an amnesty to fugitive intelligence contractor if he agrees to stop leaking Nov.27 NSA 'planned to discredit radicals over web-porn use' Nov.20 UK 'let NSA store email addresses'. London Nov.4 NSA, GCHQ among worst surveillance offenders, Snowden says  Edward Snowden: Leaked classified documents show the U.S. National Security Agency and its British counterpart are among the 'worst offenders' of mass surveillance Oct.31 Russia job for whistleblower Snowden Oct.29   US defends spying on foreign leaders   House of Representatives: The head of US intelligence tells lawmakers that discerning foreign leaders' intentions is a key goal of US spying operations Oct.27   Obama 'not told of Merkel bugging'   Washington: The chief of the US spy agency NSA has not discussed the alleged bugging of German chancellor's phone with President Barack Obama Oct.25 EU: Spying scandal may hurt terror fight
  Brussels: European leaders warned that reports of widespread spying on world leaders by the NSA have raised 'deep concerns' among Europeans
Oct.22   US agency 'hacked French diplomats'   Paris: The US National Security Agency has spied on French diplomats in Washington and at the UN, according to the latest claims in Le Monde newspaper Sep.25 US spies targeted Martin Luther King. Washington Sep.12   Anger growing in Brazil over reports of NSA spying
  Washington: The South American country's foreign minister was in Washington
Aug.21 Court halted NSA email surveillance  Washington: A National Security Agency surveillance system illegally gathered up to 56,000 personal emails by Americans annually, declassified court documents... NSA reporter files lawsuit over partner's detention Map of Heathrow United Kingdom
  London: Journalist Glenn Greenwald said lawyers acting for his partner, David Miranda, who was detained at Heathrow, have filed a lawsuit
Aug.15   NSA 'broke snooping privacy rules'
  The NSA broke privacy rules and overstepped its legal authority thousands of times in 2 years, according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden
Jun.13 NSA chief in rare Senate briefing   U.S. Senate: Keith Alexander has promised to give the entire Senate a classified briefing later about dozens of terror plots he says were thwarted by sur... Jun.12 US spy data 'prevented attacks'  U.S. Senate: In a US Senate hearing, National Security Agency (NSA) Director Keith Alexander defended the internet and telephone data snooping programmes Jun.6   US clarifies internet tapping policy  Washington: Spy chief James Clapper has admitted the government collects communications from internet firms, but says the policy only targets 'non-US pe...   US agency 'collecting phone records'
  The US National Security Agency (NSA) is collecting the telephone records of tens of millions of Americans, according to the Guardian newspaper

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Dec.16 Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger
  Washington: President Bush defended his actions and won't confirm report NSA spied on Americans

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