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NSA Engages in Industrial Espionage to Spying on the Public and Foreign Governments

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden interview with German television broadcaster ARD, Snowden says the NSA engages in industrial espionage in addition to spying on the public and foreign governments.


This is the First interview of former U.S. intelligence officials Edward Snowden has of significant threats to report him. "Government officials want to kill me," he said in an interview with the NDR journalists Hubert Seipel.

As evidence Snowden led to an article on the internet platform "buzzfeed". Members of the Pentagon and the NSA had told the reporter that she wanted to kill Snowden. 

"These people, and those are government officials, have said they would chase me just like a bullet in the head or poison me when I come out of the supermarket and then watch as I die in the shower."

Snowden does not elaborate on his claims in the footage released by ARD but does say the NSA would obtain information from corporations if it benefited the "national interest" of the United States.




The documents obtained by Snowden have led to the uncovering of NSA's massive espionage on civilians and foreign governments. The leaks include reports on NSA spying on Germany, France, Brazil and Mexico. With regard to Brazil, the NSA spied on Petrobas and President Dilma Rousseff. 

NSA's spy operations include creating back doors to secure encryption services used on the Internet, with the secret programs Bullrun and Edgehill, and other programs like Follow the Money that spied on banks and credit-card companies. 

The Snowden leaks also detail NSA efforts to collect smartphone data, email access and the ability to access offline computers in a program known as Quantum.




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