Snowden Strikes Again: Brits Accused of Spying on G-20

New documents revealed by alleged NSA leaker Edward Snowden reportedly show how British cyber spies regularly stole secrets from foreign diplomats during the 2009 G-20 summit in London.

During espionage campaign, which was reported Sunday by the U.K.’s The Guardian newspaper, England’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) allegedly set up internet cafes outfitted with email interception and key-logging software designed to track any delegates’ computer use there. The GCHQ also allegedly hacked into delegates’ blackberries to read their emails and gather phone call information.

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