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Questions raised over effectiveness of US Security Agency MP3

The US government is trying to contain the damage from the revelations about the extent of its security surveillance program as it investigates just how a private contractor was able to gain access to the information. The man who claims to be responsible for the leak, Edward Snowden, is still in hiding but his actions have raised a barrage of questions about America's National Security Agency. Source: abc.net.au

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