U. S. press says NSA mostly spied on ordinary people

(AGI) Washington DC, July 6 - According to the newspaperWashington Post, nine out of ten of those spied on by the U.S.National Security Agency (NSA) were ordinary people, bothAmerican nationals and foreigners. For four months thenewspaper analysed the documents disclosed by whistleblowerEdward Snowden, and concluded that only 11 percent of thoseunder surveillance were legitimate targets of the NSA espionageprogramme. . .

(AGI) Washington DC, July 6 - According to the newspaperWashington Post, nine out of ten of those spied on by the U.S.National Security Agency (NSA) were ordinary people, bothAmerican nationals and foreigners. For four months thenewspaper analysed the documents disclosed by whistleblowerEdward Snowden, and concluded that only 11 percent of thoseunder surveillance were legitimate targets of the NSA espionageprogramme. . .