NSA and Britain’s GCHQ surveillance includes charitable and education organizations, antitrust regulator


From The Daily Dot’s Sarah Weber – International political allies, charitable organizations, educational institutions—there seems to be no limit to the people and groups targeted for U.S. and British spying.

Technical bulletins from the Britain’s General Communications Headquarters released to the New York Times by ex-National Security Administration contractor and self-exiled whistleblower Edward Snowden show startlingly broad diversity in what the intelligence agencies considered fair game for eavesdropping.


Charitable organizations including the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef), the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research and Médecins du Monde, a medical relief organization that serves warzones were also targeted for spying.

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