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Google Chairman To NSA Director In 2012: ‘Would Love To See You Another Time!’

07
May
2014

If Google wasnt cooperating with the National Security Agencys spying program, as the company has vehemently claimed again and again, why were the guys in charge of each organization emailing so much in 2011 and 2012? Thats the question raised by a series of emails between then-NSA director Keith Alexander and Google chairman Eric Schmidt and co-founder Sergey Brin starting in late 2011. The correspondence suggests a close relationship between the NSA and Google before former NSA contractor Edward Snowden ever leaked documents detailing the agencys online spying efforts.

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