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Wall Street Journal: Russia hacks Americans

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Feb. 8, 2014, 8:44 a.m. | Op-ed — by Wall Street Journal

US State Department Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland (R) and US ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey R. Pyatt (L) arrive to hold a press conference at the US Embassy in Kiev on February 7, 2014. Washington's top diplomat in Europe on February 7 refused to comment on a leaked phone conversation in which she used the f-word in regards to the EU's handling of the Ukraine crisis. AFP PHOTO MARTIN BUREAU
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Wall Street Journal

 Edward Snowden, call your minder. Russia’s secret services are intercepting telephone conversations of American diplomats and putting the juiciest bits on the Internet. Surely the best-known privacy advocate in Moscow will protest.

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