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Sacks: How NSA snoops in on fiber optic tubes

Fiber optic cables are not immune to “bugging.” Watch how the NSA does it.

The late Senator Ted Stevens from Alaska was right…at least, partially. The Internet is a series of “tubes” connecting the world’s major continents to each other. So given what we know about the NSA’s global surveillance operations from Edward Snowden’s leaks, we can gather some information about how the NSA actually goes about hacking into these tubes carrying global communications. RT Political Commentator Sam Sacks breaks it down.

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