NSA 1984™: 'Mind control & thought police' [PressTV]

Japan defense minister: Spying 'highly undesirable' if proves true.

US spying activities draw the ire of another ally of Washington. Japan's defense minister says reports of the US spying on Tokyo-- if proved to be true-- could hurt the ties between the two countries. Ono-dera made the remarks two days after the New York Times reported that US National Security Agency spied on Japan. The report said the NSA used its surveillance powers to achieve economic advantage on Japan, Brazil and a number of other nations. Japan says it does not have any specific agency to defend the country over cyber attacks. But it says it is seeking to add cyberspace to the realm of its national defense.

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