NSA Chief Denies Spying on Communications of American Citizens

Last week, we reported some details on the National Security Agency’s new data center being built in Utah and some insider perspective on the agency’s alleged domestic spying capabilities. Now, Wired reports, NSA chief General Keith Alexander is denying the agency’s ability to spy on American citizens, refuting content in Wired’s original article on the data center and related stories published in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times and USA Today.

Watch Alexander’s exchange in the subcommittee hearing:

 

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