The US National Security Agency uses computer servers in Thailand to help run a massive networked collection of information about internet users, and to store and analyse the data.
This is one of a 32-slide presentation taken from secret NSA servers by the fugitive Edward Snowden and published Thursday in the British newspaper The Guardian.
Revelations about operation XKeyscore came Thursday from Edward Snowden, America's most-wanted fugitive. Russia granted Mr Snowden a one-year amnesty, and he finally left the Moscow airport.
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