|NSA Spying on Children's Charities|
|by Tom McGregor||Sun, Dec 22, 2013, 08:33 PM|
Is nothing sacred when it comes to National Security Organiation (NSA) espionage? Apparently, President Barack Obama gave the NSA permission to spy on children's charities.
The Belfast Telegraph reports that, "Humanitarian charities, an Israeli prime minister and a commissioner were among 1,000 targets on a surveillance list drawn up by British and American intelligence agencies, it has been reported."
The NSA had considered children's organizations a major threat to America's national security.
According to the Belfast Telegraph, "Unicef and Medecins du Monde were among the organisations listed in the latest batch of secret documents leaked by fugitive Edward Snowden to be published by the Guardian."
The NSA was also spying on African governments as well.
To read the entire article from the Belfast Telegraph, link here:
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