Friday, November 8, 2013

'Terrorists Are Rubbing Their Hands With Glee': British Intelligence Chief On Edward Snowden's Leaks

The British newspaper the Telegraph offers a piece on the British intelligence chiefs who testified about the damage done by NSA leaker and traitor Edward Snowden.

Britain’s enemies are “rubbing their hands with glee” over the leaking of tactics used by our security services, the nation’s three leading spy chiefs have warned.

Terrorists around the world are already changing their methods because of the disclosures by the Guardian, MPs were told. Al-Qaeda and other fanatics were “lapping up” the exposing of UK spying techniques, which had put operations at risk and caused damage that would last for years, the leaders said.
The GCHQ files were stolen from the US National Security Agency (NSA) by a former CIA contractor, Edward Snowden, and exposed in the Guardian.
The warnings were made during a historic parliamentary hearing in which the heads of the three spy agencies, MI5, MI6 and GCHQ, gave evidence in public for the first time.
They used the session to attack the ongoing Guardian and Snowden revelations, adding that their job was now “far, far harder” than it was five months ago.

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