The U.S. authorities have admitted to spying on the Internet

U.S. authorities acknowledge the existence of surveillance programs for utilities and state that it allows you to fight against terrorism, according to foreign media quoted a statement by a senior official in the Obama administration.

"The information collected through this program — among the most important and valuable intelligence information that we collect, and it is used to protect our nation from a wide range of threats," — said a senior source.

Earlier media reported that the National Security Agency and the Federal Bureau of Investigation United States have direct access to the central server of the leading Internet companies Microsoft, Yahoo!, Google, Facebook, PalTalk, AOL, Skype, YouTube, Apple. Internet companies deny it.

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