NSA reportedly spied on European Union offices
As the fate of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden hangs in the balance, more revelations exposing the breadth and depth of America's classified surveillance program continue to emerge. On Saturday, German news magazine Der Spiegel reported that a "top secret" document, obtained by Snowden, reveals that the secretive government agency spied on European Union offices.
From Der Spiegel, translated to English by Google Translate:
In a "top secret" classified NSA paper in September 2010 describes how the intelligence attacked the EU's diplomatic representation in Washington.
Thus, not only bugs were installed in the building in the U.S. capital, but also the internal computer network was infiltrated. In this way, the Americans not only get access to meetings at the premises of the EU , but also to e-mails and internal documents on the computers.