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U.S. government to fight for warrantless GPS tracking
(Credit:Declan McCullagh)The Obama Administration is headed to court today to argue that warrantless GPS tracking is just fine.The administration will present its arguments before a federal appeals court today, despite the U.S. Supreme Court last year ruling that a warrant was needed to attach a GPS device to a suspected criminal’s vehicle. According to Wired, which first reported on the story, the government believes that the high court’s ruling does not account for all scenarios, and wants to see where its ruling should and shouldn’t be held up.The Supreme Court’s ruling last year was not exhaustive, the government argues. And in many cases, exemptions exist in which a judge would not need to sign a warrant to monitor someone, including issues at the border and with people on probation and students, according to Wired.Related storiesLawmakers introduce bill on warrantless GPS trackingCanada nixes online spying bill designed to stop child predatorsCourt OKs warrantless use of hidden surveillance cameras Supreme Court closes door on warrantless eavesdropping suitFederal court OKs warrantless cell phone tracking by policeThe Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous decision last year that the Fourth Amendment protection of “persons, houses, papers, and effects, safe wow power leveling against unreasonable searches and seizures” would be violated if law enforcement agencies were allowed to attach a GPS device to a suspect’s vehicle without obtaining a warrant. The decision involved a case in which District of Columbia police placed a GPS tracking device on the car of suspected cocaine dealer Antoine Jones. Following a conviction, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in 2010 threw it out, saying a warrant was required to track Jones and fellow defendant Lawrence Maynard.For the government, warrantless GPS tracking could prove to be an important law-enforcement tool, its attorneys have argued. World Of Warcraft power leveling In papers filed with the court, the government has said that because of the high court’s ruling, “law enforcement officers could not use GPS devices to gather information to establish probable cause, which is often the most productive use of such devices.”
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NukeMap3D brings nuclear apocalypse to Google Earth
NukeMap3D detonation at the Trinity Site in New Mexico.(Credit:Screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET)Seeing footage of a nuclear bomb explosion can give you the chills. While we can all fervently hope no new images of mushroom clouds are ever created, there are ways to imagine the swath of destruction left by these powerful weapons. NukeMap3D simulates the effects of nuclear weapons using Google Earth.The simulator lets you choose from a wide variety of parameters. You can pick the place, choose the size of the bomb, set a viewing location, and even animate the growth of the mushroom cloud. You can also plot the fallout based on wind speed and direction, and estimate the number of casualties. Related storiesAboard America’s Doomsday command and control planeHow the nuclear age burst onto the world from a squash courtTrinity Site: First atomic bomb detonation still resonatesThe fast wow power leveling big selection of preset bombs offers everything from “Davy Crockett,” a relatively small nuclear projectile, up to the 100-megaton Tsar Bomba that was designed by the Soviet Union, but never tested. The scale of destruction for the latter monster is nearly off the wow power leveling charts.I ran a historic simulation of the detonation of the “Gadget” at Trinity Site in 1945. The results were no casualties, but the fallout pattern stretches into the distance. Running the same test on various cities generates a sobering number of potential fatalities.NukeMap3D is an update on an earlier 2D version. Seeing the damage in that extra dimension manages to makes the whole simulation even more worrisome and haunting.
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NSA admits to some deliberate privacy violations
(Credit:Declan McCullagh/CNET)The bubbling pot of confusion and concern over possible NSA spying on Americans — and possible double-talk by US officials — just got a little more stirred up.Despite earlier statements that have characterized domestic data-gathering by the National Security Agency as unintentional, the agency said Thursday night that there have, in fact, been instances of NSA analysts engaging in “willful violations” of legal restrictions.”Over the past decade, very rare instances of willful violations of NSA’s authorities have been found, cheap wow power leveling but none under FISA or the Patriot Act,” the agency said in a statement provided to various media outlets.The statement accompanies a classified report provided to congressional intelligence committees by the NSA’s inspector general and detailed to Bloomberg by “an official familiar with the findings.”Related postsCNET hosting Lavabit’s Ladar Levison tonight: Join us!Warrantless surveillance law may face test in criminal caseDC protestors stand with Snowden to fight surveillanceNSA’s Web site is MIA, cause unclearSpying on the spies, a roundup of NSA newsIt also follows the release on Wednesday of a 2011 ruling by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that decried the government’s “substantial misrepresentation” of the scope of NSA activities.The inspector general’s report, according to the unnamed official, said that there was documentation of, on average, one case per year over 10 years of NSA analysts intentionally overstepping their bounds. The report also said that the infractions were minor and violated the 1981 Executive Order 12333, which governs U.S. intelligence operations. A second official told Bloomberg that the violations were committed by overzealous analysts looking to prevent a repeat of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.Regardless, the revelation could fuel perceptions that NSA and other government officials are being cagey — if not dishonest — about what’s actually going on with the agency’s surveillance of phone calls and Internet communications.In a statement provided to CNET, Nate Cardozo, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said officials haven’t been upfront about the situation:”On August 9, the president stated categorically that the NSA’s authorities are ‘not being abused,’” Cardozo said. “On August, 15, we learned that in fact the NSA broke its own privacy rules thousands of times a year. On August 16, the Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence qualified the president’s earlier claim and stated that the NSA had never ‘intentionally’ abused its authority. Today’s report indicates that neither the president nor Senator Feinstein has been forthright with the American public. Not only is the NSA abusing its authority, but some of that abuse is intentional.”Bloomberg notes other instances when officials said in no uncertain terms that no intentional privacy violations had taken place:Army General and NSA Director Keith Alexander said during an August 8 conference in New York that “no one has willfully or knowingly disobeyed the law or tried to invade your civil liberties or privacy.” And House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Mike Rogers said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” TV show on July 28 that the NSA’s sweeping up of Americans’ phone records had seen “zero privacy violations.”The news agency continues by noting that Feinstein’s staff said that during the August 16 remarks (cited by the EFF’s Cardozo), she was talking specifically about violations of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and that Rogers’ staff said he meant there’d been no “willful and intentional violations of law.”The NSA capped its statement safe wow power leveling last night by saying intentional violations such as those mentioned in the classified report are unacceptable.”NSA takes very seriously allegations of misconduct, and cooperates fully with any investigations — responding as appropriate. NSA has zero tolerance for willful violations of the agency’s authorities.”
NSA admits to some deliberate privacy violations

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Type ‘buy’ as a Facebook comment, buy some music
Tim McGraw turns to Facebook to sell his latest album.(Credit:Screenshot by Jennifer Van Grove/CNET) Country singer Tim McGraw wants you to buy his album — on Facebook. Tuesday, the recording artist became one of the first people to try out a new system for selling through status updates on the social network. McGraw’s team used e-commerce platform Chirpify to encourage Facebook fans to type “buy” in the comments section of a post to instantly purchase a special edition of the wow power leveling star’s “Two Lanes Of Freedom” album. The effort marks the start of Chirpify’s foray over to Facebook. Chirpify was founded in 2011 and began by turning tweets into instant transactions. The Portland-based company has since expanded to include support for selling on Instagram and is now working on perfecting buying through Facebook comments. “Chirpify is enabling in-stream commerce by comment on Facebook for select top tier brands and musicians before a wider rollout and official launch,” Chirpify Chief Executive Chris Teso told CNET.Related postsIs than an Oreo in the sky or are you just using Nokia’s Lumia?Facebook is changing the News Feed Police chief suspended for Facebook pic with gun-toting woman Chirpify integrates with Facebook so that users of the social network need only type “buy” — but only “buy,” and nothing more — in the comments section on a for-sale post to grab the item offered. The transaction is a one-step process if the person is already a Chirpify user. Teso said that McGraw’s album promotion “sold out” in less than 24 hours, though he did not quantify the number of total albums sold through Facebook or Twitter and Instagram, where the sale was also featured. Though novel, Chirpify’s in-stream approach to e-commerce will likely be a little too avant-garde for most social networkers, especially those who want to avoid the process of signing up for another service. fast wow power leveling Thankfully, Chirpify has the help of notable celebrities such as McGraw, Kat Von D, and Green Day to help it acclimate people to the idea of spending via tweet or Facebook comment. (Via Digital Trends)
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‘Space’ tourism goes ballooning for $75,000 a head
A concept image of the balloon capsule.(Credit:World View Enterprises)Space tourism has been a hot topic for years, with passengers shelling out up to $20 million for a shot at getting out of Earth’s atmosphere. You could end up saving a lot of money if you’re willing to settle for near-space instead. World View Enterprises is planning to launch passenger balloons to more than 98,000 feet above the planet’s surface.Naturally, a regular hot air balloon won’t work. World View’s concept is to use a massive helium balloon carrying a capsule with up to eight passengers. Those passengers will travel in “shirt sleeves” (aka regular clothes) rather than require pressure suits.After evaluating the project, the FAA has designated World View’s approach as a commercial space flight. The FAA has written that the Paragon Space Development Corporation-designed capsule will need to be “space qualified” for protecting the occupants at the altitude at which it’s intended to fly.Sail to the edge of space via balloon (pictures) 1-2 of 7Scroll LeftScroll Right Related storiesGet up close and supersonic with Virgin Galactic’s SpaceShipTwoMoon to become next hot vacation destination?One thing the FAA won’t comment on is what “outer space” means. “The FAA will not address the more difficult question of whether Paragon’s proposed altitude of 30 kilometers constitutes outer space,” the agency said in a written wow power leveling statement (PDF).World View is promoting the balloon flights as taking travelers to the “edge of space.” The expected cost is $75,000 per ride, with passengers spending about two hours cruising at the highest altitude, checking out the curvature of the planet.World View hasn’t unveiled a cheap wow power leveling timeline for its services taking flight, but the capsule is under construction. It may not be too long before we’re hearing about test flights and menus for the onboard beverage offerings.A concept image of the balloon in flight.(Credit:World View Enterprises)(Via Space.com)
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NSA admits to some deliberate privacy violations
(Credit:Declan McCullagh/CNET)The bubbling pot of confusion and concern over possible NSA spying on Americans — and possible double-talk by US officials — just got a little more stirred up.Despite earlier statements that have characterized domestic data-gathering by the National Security Agency as unintentional, the agency said Thursday night that there have, in fact, been instances of NSA analysts engaging in “willful violations” of legal restrictions.”Over the past decade, very rare wow power leveling instances of willful violations of NSA’s authorities have been found, but none under FISA or the Patriot Act,” the agency said in a statement provided to various media outlets.The statement accompanies a classified report provided to congressional intelligence committees by the NSA’s inspector general and detailed to Bloomberg by “an official familiar with the findings.”Related postsCNET hosting Lavabit’s Ladar Levison tonight: Join us!Warrantless surveillance law may face test in criminal caseDC protestors stand with Snowden to fight surveillanceNSA’s Web site is MIA, cause unclearSpying on the spies, a roundup of NSA newsIt also follows the release on Wednesday of a 2011 ruling by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that decried the government’s “substantial misrepresentation” of the scope of NSA activities.The inspector general’s report, according to the unnamed official, said that there was documentation of, on average, one case per year over 10 years of NSA analysts intentionally overstepping their bounds. The report also said that the infractions were minor and violated the 1981 Executive Order 12333, which governs U.S. intelligence operations. A second official told Bloomberg that the violations were committed by overzealous analysts looking to prevent a repeat of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.Regardless, the revelation could fuel perceptions that NSA and other government officials are being cagey — if not dishonest — about what’s actually going on with the agency’s surveillance of phone calls and Internet communications.In a statement provided to CNET, Nate Cardozo, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said officials haven’t been upfront about the situation:”On August 9, the president stated categorically that the NSA’s authorities are ‘not being abused,’” Cardozo said. “On August, 15, we learned that in fact the NSA broke its own privacy rules thousands of times a year. On August 16, the Chair of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence qualified the president’s earlier claim and stated that the NSA had never ‘intentionally’ abused its authority. Today’s report indicates that neither the president nor Senator Feinstein has been forthright with the American public. Not only is safe wow power leveling the NSA abusing its authority, but some of that abuse is intentional.”Bloomberg notes other instances when officials said in no uncertain terms that no intentional privacy violations had taken place:Army General and NSA Director Keith Alexander said during an August 8 conference in New York that “no one has willfully or knowingly disobeyed the law or tried to invade your civil liberties or privacy.” And House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Mike Rogers said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” TV show on July 28 that the NSA’s sweeping up of Americans’ phone records had seen “zero privacy violations.”The news agency continues by noting that Feinstein’s staff said that during the August 16 remarks (cited by the EFF’s Cardozo), she was talking specifically about violations of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and that Rogers’ staff said he meant there’d been no “willful and intentional violations of law.”The NSA capped its statement last night by saying intentional violations such as those mentioned in the classified report are unacceptable.”NSA takes very seriously allegations of misconduct, and cooperates fully with any investigations — responding as appropriate. NSA has zero tolerance for willful violations of the agency’s authorities.”
NSA admits to some deliberate privacy violations

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Samsung takes smartphone battle to the storefront
Samsung will open "Samsung Experience Shops" in all Best Buy venues in the coming weeks. wow power leveling professions One of its first is located in a Dallas suburb, not far from Samsung Telecommunications America's headquarters.(Credit:Shara Tibken/CNET)DALLAS — Samsung has opened a new front in its battle for smartphone supremacy: the storefront. The Korean electronics giant plans to set up mini Samsung stores inside all U.S. Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile venues within the next couple of months — just in time for the Galaxy S4 launch. The “Samsung Experience Shops,” which start rolling out Monday, will be in 500 big-box Best Buy stores and all 410 Best Buy Mobile locations by early May. Best Buy’s remaining 550 large-format Best Buy stores will feature the shops by early June.Related stories:Samsung launching mini stores in Best Buy shops, report saysHow Apple’s stores turned into a retail juggernautReport: Google to open U.S. retail stores later this yearCNET’s take on the Galaxy S4Beyond the Galaxy S4 hype: What now, Samsung?A larger retail presence within Best Buy — one of the world’s largest tech retailers — gives Samsung a place to directly pitch its products to consumers without shouldering the risks inherent to the retail business. Think of it as a lite version of Apple’s retail strategy: a lot of the benefits without the hefty costs. With the stakes so high and competition so fierce in the mobile-devices business, Samsung couldn’t take a chance that its retail partners alone could effectively sell its products. “Retail is not something you jump into lightly, especially given consumers have been expecting this as a next step for Samsung,” Ketrina Dunagan, vice president of retail marketing for Samsung Telecommunications America, told CNET. “Although the carriers and retailers today provide a solid retail experience for our consumers, what we find is a lot of [buyers'] deeper questions just aren’t answered.”Operating standalone retail stores has been a huge advantage for Apple, but it’s a strategy that few companies have been able to replicate. But with its position atop the smartphone market and a breadth of products few can match, Samsung wasn’t content to have its contents stuck in part of a single aisle. The shops in large-format Best Buy stores will include blue-shirted consultants who are employed and trained by Samsung, as well as Best Buy staffers who receive special instruction. They will be able to demonstrate products, make certain repairs, and sell and activate the devices. Customers will be able to return to the Samsung Experience Shop fast wow power leveling for further training or customer support for the life of their devices. Best Buy Mobile stores won’t have Samsung consultants, but the Best Buy employees will have special training about Samsung products. The stores will feature smartphones (Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, and Galaxy Note 2), as well as tablets, PCs, and other connected devices like cameras all displayed on sleek white tables. Each shop also will include a Samsung smart TV to show users how the products can interact with each other. For instance, sales representatives will show shop goers how to control the Samsung TV with a Galaxy S4. As Dunagan noted, Samsung had been expected to make a bigger move into U.S. retail. The company operates a limited number of standalone stores in places like Asia, Canada, and Australia, but its U.S. footprint has been minimal. Samsung opened temporary pop-up shops, dubbed Samsung Galaxy Studios, in 14 malls in December, and it also operated a “Samsung Experience” showroom in New York’s Time Warner Center before shuttering it in late 2011. It has predominantly relied on mobile carriers and retailers to explain and sell its products. Experience Samsung’s new shops in Best Buy 1-2 of 11Scroll LeftScroll RightConnecting the dots Best Buy already sells Samsung products, but they’re typically lumped in with all the other phones or TVs that are spread out across the store. By setting up an area that’s all Samsung, the company can more easily show just how big its portfolio is and, more importantly, demonstrate how the products work together. Setting up an family of products that interact with each other is a key part of Samsung’s strategy. The company is known for cramming new capabilities into its devices, but many consumers don’t even know they exist. As the company tries to set itself apart from Android rivals, as well as compete with Apple, demonstrating those unique features will become more important. And if consumers see the benefit of the interlinking gadgets, they may be more inclined to buy multiple products. “To a certain extent, Samsung is a very well-known brand but somewhat of a blank slate for consumers,” Forrester analyst Tony Costa said. “They see the products but don’t understand how they interact or understand what Samsung stands for beyond being a tech leader.” Samsung retail stores within Best Buy aren’t likely to pose a huge threat to Apple, which has 740 mini Best Buy-housed stores of its own, as well as 400 Apple Stores. The ones that may be hurt by the move are Samsung’s Android rivals who have to fight for shelf space and a way to stand out in a sea of similar Android smartphones. Such companies have to count on sales reps at Best Buy and other retailers to understand their products and push them to consumers, but doing so can be risky when there are so many devices competing for attention. While other companies have minishops in Best Buy stores, the Samsung Experience Shops are the only such fixtures where consumers can actually buy and activate their devices. To purchase an iPhone from a Best Buy store, a user would have to go to the mobile section, even if the store had a special Apple shop. “This is a full end-to-end experience where consumers can come test out the products, get their products activated, and get service all in one place,” Best Buy spokeswoman Shandra Tollefson told CNET. She added that Samsung’s shops won’t displace other mobile products but will replace less popular items such as DVDs and CDs. A Samsung consultant at a Best Buy store near Dallas demos how TecTiles work with the Galaxy S3. (Credit:Shara Tibken/CNET)Stores-in-stores versus standalone shops It may seem Samsung is only dipping its toes into retail, but stores-in-stores have certain advantages over standalone shops, including cost and time to market. It takes Samsung only one night to install a Samsung Experience Shop in a Best Buy store, compared with months to open a new retail store. Working with Best Buy also brings a level of stability relative to trying out new store formats. Of course, success isn’t guaranteed. The tech retail environment is a tough one, and Best Buy itself has been struggling. To avoid “showrooming,” where consumers check out products in Best Buy stores but then purchases them online for a lower price, Best Buy now matches online pricing. And as part of its turnaround plan, Best Buy also has voiced plans to feature more partners’ products, which could mean the Samsung Experience Shop may soon be located next to an LG or Motorola Experience Shop. In addition, some consumers may compare Samsung’s Best Buy fixtures to Apple Stores and find the Samsung Experience Shops to be lacking in terms of polish. And while the stores will be able to open quickly, there’s some skepticism about the real return Samsung will get from its efforts. After all, it has hired many workers to staff the stores (it’s not saying how many), and it will be investing in a big marketing campaign this quarter to bring awareness to the shops. Gartner analyst Carolina Milanesi said her main concern is the shops will turn into support centers instead of locations to drive higher sales. But “from a brand perspective, it will certainly help put the Samsung name more in front of the consumer,” she added. Samsung did consider opening standalone stores in the U.S. but ultimately decided to work with Best Buy instead as it was the fastest way to reach consumers. “Given that our brand has grown so quickly, had we opened our own retail stores, I think we felt that, frankly, it wouldn’t provide as much benefit as it would potentially cost in time to market and relationships,” Dunagan said. The smartphones we can’t wait for 1-2 of 7Scroll LeftScroll Right
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NSA leaker Snowden leaves Moscow airport finally
Edward Snowden(Credit:The Guardian/Screenshot by CNET)National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has left the Moscow airport he’s been staying in for over the last month.Snowden’s attorney, Anatoly Kucherena, told the BBC on Thursday that his client received the papers required for his safe passage into Russian territory. The attorney also presented to the media a scanned copy of Snowden’s papers, allowing him to stay in the country for a period of one year. The attorney said that Snowden has been granted political asylum for that period of time, according to the Russia Times.Since the end of June, Snowden has been holed up in the transit zone of the Sheremetyevo Airport in Moscow, effectively outside the reach of any government.Related storiesEdward Snowden cast as hero in smartphone gameSnowden offered job at Russia’s top social networkU.S. tells Russia that Snowden won’t face death penaltySnowden reportedly allowed to leave airportSnowden reportedly has ‘blueprint’ on how NSA operatesLast week, Snowden was offered by the Russian government the opportunity to leave the airport as he awaited a temporary asylum ruling. In order for Snowden to have safe passage from Russia to one of the South American countries that have offered him full asylum, he needs Russia’s temporary asylum. The U.S. had earlier revoked his passport after charging him with espionage for leaking classified NSA information.The U.S. government has been pushing Russia to extradite Snowden and has gone as far as telling the Russian government that he will not face the wow power leveling possibility of the death penalty, and will be given the full protection of the civil legal system. So far, however, that hasn’t been enough for Russia, which has no extradition treaty with the United States. The Russian government fast wow power leveling continues to say that it has never extradited someone to the U.S., and it won’t start with Snowden.As of this writing, Snowden’s whereabouts are unknown to media on the ground in Russia. He apparently left the airport at 2 p.m. local time and wasn’t spotted leaving. It’s likely that Snowden will stay in Russia for some time before he attempts to leave for South America.WikiLeaks, which has supported Snowden’s efforts, chimed in on his temporary asylum, noting in a tweet that “we have won the battle — now the war.”We would like to thank the Russian people and all those others who have helped to protect Mr. Snowden. We have won the battle–now the war.— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) August 1, 2013This story has been updated throughout the morning with additional information.
NSA leaker Snowden leaves Moscow airport finally

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Samsung Galaxy Tablet may run on Intel chip
A first for Samsung: an Intel chip in one of its Android tablets.(Credit:Samsung)Samsung may do something it has never done: Put an Intel chip in a Galaxy Tab. The Samsung Galaxy 10.1 Android tablet is expected to sport a dual-core 1.6GHz Intel Atom CloverTrail+ chip, industry sources familiar with the product World Of Warcraft power leveling told CNET. The plus sign means the CloverTrial chip packs a high-performance PowerVR SGX544 MP2 graphic processing unit from Imagination Technologies. Other specs include Android 4.2.2 and a cheap wow power leveling 1,280 x 800 display. Samsung is slated to reveal the Galaxy Tab at Computex, which starts June 4 in Taipei. While Intel processors power a raft of Windows 8 tablets and convertibles, its chips rarely appear in Android tablets. One of the few exceptions has been the Asus FonePad. Related storiesCNET’s Asus FonePad review Samsung uses both Intel Atom and Core processors in its Windows 8 tablets and convertibles, but historically has opted for ARM processors in Android tablets. For example, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 uses a dual-core ARM chip. Samsung declined to comment.
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North Korea calls U.S ‘kingpin of human rights abuses’ following NSA leaks
North Korea has pounced on the recent revelations of NSA snooping to take a few digs at the United States.Minju Joson, the country’s state-run newspaper, lashed out at the U.S. in the wake of leaks from National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden that the NSA has been collecting data on U.S. citizens under a secret program known as PRISM. Snowden also said last week that the U.S. has been hacking into computers in China and Hong Kong for the past several years.A commentary in Minju Joson called the U.S. “a kingpin of human rights abuses as it puts the world under its watch network and has conducted espionage against mankind,” Reuters reported safe wow power leveling Tuesday. The newspaper said that the allegations by Snowden showed that U.S. citizens and foreigners had been “subject to the espionage that has fast wow power leveling been applied indiscriminately by the U.S. intelligence institution.”U.S. government officials are justifying PRISM as a means to track down terrorists. But Minju Joson called that “just a lame excuse to cover up (the) crime,” Reuters added.The NSA leaks do put the United States in an awkward position, but North Korea is like the pot calling the kettle black. The dictatorship keeps all aspects of its citizens’ lives under intense scrutiny.
North Korea calls U.S ‘kingpin of human rights abuses’ following NSA leaks