The National Security Agency allegedly has snooped through the networks of Google, a Brazilian oil company, and an international bank cooperative.
US documents obtained by Brazilian TV network Globo reportedly detail the spying and instruct NSA agents on how to tap into private computer networks, Reuters said Monday. Globo aired the findings on Sunday night.
The targets cited in the report all hold prominent international roles. Google is the dominant search engine in many countries. Petrobras is one of the world's largest oil producers. And as an international bank cooperative, the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT) conducts … Read more