Snowden announces “red flag” from NSA director’s testimony


Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden tweeted questions of his own Monday as the directors of the NSA and Federal Bureau of Investigation testified before the House Intelligence Committee.

As NSA Director Mike Rogers was being questioned by members of Congress regarding leaks of classified information to the press, Snowden claimed to notice a red flag.

“Red flag: NSA Director careful to discuss only who can unmask USP identities in reporting, not who can access collection involving USPs,” Snowden tweeted during the hearing. “How many communications in which at least one participant is American are held by the NSA?”

“The question not answered in Congress today.”

H/T: The Daily Caller


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