National Security Agency Chief Reports 'Technical' Glitch, Rogue Analyst

By Sebastian Sprenger / September 25, 2014 at 7:30 PM
Officials at the nation's premiere eavesdropping agency recently discovered a "technical" glitch affecting the data of dozens of individuals, as well as an employee believed to have willfully flouted intelligence-collection rules, its director said. Adm. Michael Rogers used the Sept. 10 meeting of a little-known Pentagon advisory board at the posh Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, VA, to disclose the cases of wrongdoing in his agency. The Ft. Meade, MD-based organization was catapulted into the international spotlight following a...

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