The former IT administrator turned whistle blower told a German newspaper: Believe me, the CIA does have its sources inside Russian intelligence. If I was a Russian spy, the U.S. would know. And it would be on the front page of every newspaper
“…the data is then routed – in whole or in part – through the eight AT&T buildings, where the NSA taps into it. By monitoring what it calls the “peering circuits” at the eight sites, the spy agency can collect “not only AT&T’s data, they get all the data that’s interchanged between AT&T’s network and...
The argument that Russia’s attempts to manipulate the 2016 presidential election are “fake news” or Cold War posturing has crumbled under an avalanche of evidence. A year ago, this NSA document, leaked by now-jailed NSAA employee Reality Winner and published by The Intercept, provided a reality check.