‘These nakedly, aggressively criminal acts are wrong’: Snowden says leaks didn’t disclose U.S. military targets
Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked classified documents about government surveillance programs, said he didn’t reveal any U.S. operations “against legitimate military targets.”
“I pointed out where the NSA has hacked civilian infrastructure such as universities, hospitals, and private businesses because it is dangerous,” Snowden said during an Internet question-and-answer session today on the website of U.K.’s Guardian newspaper.
Snowden’s identity on the chat couldn’t be independently verified.
The Obama administration has confirmed the existence of two surveillance programs following Snowden’s disclosures — one designed to collect phone call records from millions of U.S. citizens and another that monitors the Internet activity of foreigners with links to terrorism. (AP Photo/The Guardian)
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