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The new NSA director downplays damage from the Snowden leaks

30
Jun
2014

The National Security Agency is putting on a charm offensive. The agencys new director, Admiral Michael S. Rogers, sat down for an interview with The New York Times on Friday, offering his opinion on the current state of the agency. In addition to President Obamas plan to dismantle the agencys phone-records database, Rogers also said certain targets were now officially off-limits, presumably a response to the targeting of Angela Merkel. Rogers was appointed NSA director in April, after General Keith Alexander stepped down from the post.

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