Tales from the history of NSA spying


8 Responses to “Tales from the history of NSA spying”

  1. Lemoutan says:

    Yeah, but which American? (Childish I know, but unable to resist).

  2. fuzzyfuzzyfungus says:

    Hmm, 1945… So, did reading American telegrams disrupt over 20 anarchist plots, or had we graduated from anarchists to communists by that point?

  3. franko says:

    in other words, this new NSA stuff isn’t a big deal, and 68 years of this sort of thing hasn’t caused the country to implode. just as i thought.

  4. indubitably says:

    I am duly afraid, Maggie.

  5. heckblazer says:

    We’ve been reading people’s telegrams longer than that.  The NSA’s predecessor the Black Chamber was formed in 1919, so that makes it close to a century.

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