US says it had Court’s permission to spy on governments, agencies

The United States government has indicated that it had the permission of an internal court – a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in 2010 allowing NSA to spy over 193 countries excluding UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and all international organizations – including World Bank, Atomic Energy Agency, IMF, The European Union etc to collect any data that has any impact on USA. There are new regulations being formulated to see that such collected data is not misused under any circumstances, as per the same communique.

Medaram Jathara

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