MP3: News Wrap: U.K. Government Reportedly Hacked Email, Calls of Foreign Diplomats

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News Wrap: U.K. Government Reportedly Hacked Email, Calls of Foreign Diplomats MP3

In other news Monday, the British government is reported to have hacked emails and phone calls of foreign diplomats. Russia, South Africa and Turkey demanded an explanation. Also, Edward Snowden, the man who leaked information about the NSA's secret surveillance programs, participated in an online chat hosted by the Guardian. Source: pbs.org

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