Agreements With Private Companies Protect U.S. Access to Cables’ Data for Surveillance

July 6, 2013

The U.S. government had a problem: Spying in the digital age required access to the fiber-optic cables traversing the world’s oceans, carrying torrents of data at the speed of light.And one of the biggest operators of those cables was being sold to an Asian firm, potentially complicating American surveillance efforts.

 

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