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article imageNew classified U.S. spying programs to be released by Greenwald

By Sami Zaatari     Aug 7, 2013 in World
New classified spying programs by the U.S. government will be released soon according to journalist Glenn Greenwald. The upcoming information is part of the bulk of classified documents leaked by Snowden.
According to Greenwald, the latest revelations will be published "within the next 10 days or so." The upcoming information to be released pertains to the U.S. government's monitoring of the internet.
Greenwald made the latest comments while speaking at a Brazilian congressional hearing investigating internet surveillance of the U.S. government. According to Greenwald, the new revelations will shed more light on the U.S. government's spying on Brazilian and Latin American communications.
Several classified programs have already been released thanks to the bulk of information Edward Snowden handed to Greenwald. Amongst the programs that have been released so far have been the PRISM program, the XKeystore program, as well as the bulk collection of phone records belonging to millions of Americans.
Greenwald also went on to talk about Snowden's current situation, saying Snowden was pleased with being granted asylum in Russia. The asylum of Snowden in Russia has caused a diplomatic row between Russia and the U.S.
President Obama has cancelled a planned meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow next month over Russia's decision to grant Snowden asylum.
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