NSA spying: Mexico & Brazil not amused
By Fausta's Blog on September 04, 2013
Brazil senate committee to probe US spying Brazil’s senate has formed an Investigative Parliamentary Commission to follow up on reports that the US National Security Agency (NSA) spied on Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. … The committee, comprising 11 main members and seven substitutes, initially has 180 days to investigate claims that the NSA monitored emails between Rousseff and several of her top aides, and tapped her phone. The investigative period can be extended by another 180 days if the commission needs more time. . . .
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