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NSA Reportedly Sneaked Spy Software Into Computers Around the World Using Radio Waves

FORT MEADE, Md., Jan. 15 (UPI) -- The National Security Agency has sneaked spy software into nearly 100,000 computers worldwide, sometimes by radio waves, the New York Times reported Wednesday.

No evidence suggests the intelligence agency has implanted its secret software or used its radio frequency technology inside the United States, the Times said, citing NSA documents, U.S. officials and computer experts.

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  • JD3||

    Well damn.
    That's just great.
    Now they more-than-likely know about my love of buxom, leather-wearing, dominatrices--my general disdain for the bloated, irrational, fear-mongering government and my affinity for onion soup.
    My cards are on the table. I have nothing to hide. I don't bluff.

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