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New Claims Indicate NSA Involved In Cellphone Location Data Mining
2013-10-03 11:01:45

New claims indicate that the National Security Agency has collected cellphone location data in the past and may be using it to spy on fellow Americans. The government has confirmed the collection of data, but denies its usage in intelligence.

Data-Mining Leak Damages Irresponsible And Irreversible, Says NSA Chief
2013-07-19 12:17:45

The head of the National Security Agency on Thursday said that the damage from recently leaked information is both "irresponsible and irreversible." While addressing the Aspen Security Forum, NSA chief Keith Alexander also said that the leaks have given terrorist groups the intelligence community's "playbook."

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2012-07-10 13:32:26

Cyberattacks are progressing from exploitative to disruptive, and the threat is quickly escalating to destructive.

Anonymous Calls NSA Chief’s Claims 'Fear-Mongering'
2012-02-23 05:15:56

The infamous international hacker organization Anonymous has countered the recent remarks of US National Security Agency (NSA) chief Keith Alexander who claimed that the group would soon be able to cause mass power outages.

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2011-02-19 05:55:00

The head of the US National Security Agency (NSA) on Thursday advised computer security specialists to tighten the nation’s critical infrastructure against cyber crime that will most likely become more advanced and destructive.

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2010-09-24 13:10:00

A top general said Thursday that the White House is boosting the authority of the US military and other agencies in order to try and protect the infrastructure from cyber attacks.

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2010-06-04 12:10:00

General Keith Alexander, head of the newly created US Cyber Command, said Thursday that Pentagon networks are probed over six million times a day and expressed concern about a rise in "remote sabotage" attacks on computer systems.

2006-01-06 19:15:29

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The head of the National Security Agency told employees last month that NSA officials had not violated U.S. law by participating in an agency program that eavesdrops on U.S. citizens without judicial oversight, newly released documents show.