Report claims NSA spied during 2010 global summit in Canada

The National Security Agency and its Canadian counterpart carried out spying operations during the G8 and G20 summits in Toronto, according to a new report. CBC News reported Wednesday that the NSA, which “closely coordinated” operations with the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CESC), used the American embassy in Ottawa as a command post for the six-day spying operation, which lasted while President Obama and 25 other heads of state were on Canadian soil.

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