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NSA chief: Press exaggerating spying to sell papers

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National Security Agency Director Gen. Keith Alexander on Wednesday said reports detailing American spying in Europe were exaggerated, accusing the press of publishing false reports to help sell papers. Alexander made the remarks during a freewheeling question-and-answer session at a Bloomberg-hosted event on cyber-security. Newspapers in France, Spain and Italy last week published a series of...

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