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In Pictures: The nastiest cyber security stink-bom...
Fallout from Edward Snowden's bombshell accusations about spying and cyber-attacks carried out by the NSA sent agency director Gen. Keith Alexander to defend the outfit's surveillance practices before the House Intelligence Committee in June. Alexander was accompanied by high-level officials from the NSA, the U.S. Department of Justice and Office of the Director of National Intelligence who also answered questions from Congressional lawmakers who were mainly worried about how NSA mining of data on phone records collected and held by the NSA might impact the privacy of American citizens.
In Pictures: The nastiest cyber security stink-bombs of 2013 (so far)