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Top Ten Award Winners

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The National Security Agency’s surveillance of the private internet traffic of millions of Americans was not related to foreign spies or terror efforts. Instead, it was an effort to prevent “foreign cyber threats,” a top national security official told a House panel Thursday.

The U.S. director of national intelligence, James Clapper, made the controversial statement shortly after a Congressional hearing that included testimony from NSA employees and others who said that the agency has violated Americans’ privacy — including their personal data — to combat foreign hackers and spies.

“There have been times in the past where we have been targeted. There will be times when we aren’t,” Clapper testified.

Asked about the legal status of the NSA’s programs, Clapper acknowledged that the legal framework of the U.S. surveillance program is different than other countries’. He said that the agencies are authorized to collect intelligence on non-Americans who are not citizens. The programs are not limited to the U.S., but cover the U.S. and any other nation, with the exception of China, which said recently it does not use its spy satellites to collect the internet traffic of its citizens.

Clapper suggested that the NSA’s surveillance of American citizens has been focused on foreigners who pose a national security threat to the U.S.

“There’s no comparison to what we’ve seen before and what we’re now seeing happen today,” Clapper said, comparing the threat