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ON THE LINE: When Allies Spyi
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November 22, 2013 3:00 AM
The head of the NSA says the secrets leaked by Snowden have caused "significant damage" to the US and its allies. But some of those allies, themselves targets of NSA surveillance, wonder how much of that damage was brought on by the NSA itself. What happens when allies spy on each other?

ON THE LINE: When Allies Spy

Published November 21, 2013

The head of the NSA says the secrets leaked by Snowden have caused "significant damage" to the US and its allies. But some of those allies, themselves targets of NSA surveillance, wonder how much of that damage was brought on by the NSA itself. What happens when allies spy on each other?

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