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New leak from Edward Snowden, the first reference in Greece

Just like all of us, the US National Security Service (NSA) has her friends, and her real friends.
It should no longer be a surprise that the NSA shares information with its peers in many other countries.

A new NSA document leaked by Edward through the journalist Glenn Greenwald and was published on Wednesday in the Spanish newspaper El Mundo, shows precisely which countries are in close cooperation with the US secret service and which countries simply cooperate with them at a rather narrow level.

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This information, as suggested by El Mundo and the Guardian, includes telephone metadata from the citizens of these countries.
Since World War II, intelligence agencies have been working together under the Five Eyes alliance. The countries that make up the alliance are the USA, the , Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Too many of Snowden's classified documents that have already been leaked indicate the NSA's cooperation with other countries that make up this alliance. Thus, according to the new document leaked to the Tier A group, the nations that are in "full cooperation" with the NSA.

Step B (Tier B), characterized as "Focused Collaboration", is a bit more complicated. The countries mentioned in the document include Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.

The document does not bear and therefore it is not clear whether it is recent. It is worth noting, however, that Israel is not on the list, although it is already widely known that the NSA cooperates with Israel's secret service (ISNU). The Best Technology Site in Greecefgns

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