MADRID: A new controversy of United States of America spying its allies has sparked the world over. To further add insult to the injury, a Spanish newspaper El Mundo reveals that U.S National Security Agency stole 60 million phone calls data in a span of 2012.
Edward Snowden now reveals that the US did the unthinkable by stealing 60 million data of phone calls. Meanwhile on Sunday, a tweet from Greenwald teased a story later revealed to be the front page of Spain’s newspaper El Mundo.
Such timely revelations may spark new series of controversy regarding the uni-polar superpower America. On the other hand, a report by Le Monde also reveals that within a span of 30 days, 70 million French telephone records were also collected.
The world is already stunned on the revelation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s private calls being recorded. The NSA has denied reports that its Director Keith Alexander had briefed Obama on the matter as far back as 2010.