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12.06.2013

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More hacking claims by NSA spy Edward Snowden MP3

American spy-turned-leaker, Edward Snowden, says the United States has been hacking into computer networks in Hong Kong and mainland China as part of its vast global surveillance operation. The former contractor for the United States National Security Agency made the claims in a new interview from Hong Kong, with the local English language daily, the South China Morning Post. Source: abc.net.au

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