Ex-CIA worker revealed as source of spy agency leaks

By REUTERS
June 9, 2013 22:38

 
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LONDON - Britain's Guardian newspaper identified a 29-year-old former CIA technical worker as the source for leaks about US spy agencies that have rattled Washington's security services in the past few days.

The Guardian, which published revelations that US security services monitored phone calls and Internet data through large companies such as Google and Facebook, said its source, Edward Snowden, had asked it to reveal his identity.

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