What is US government’s response to CISCO’s complain that NSA’s activities are harming the businesses of US companies? They sued China. That’s not a joke, US government has filed ‘criminal’ charges against Chinese military for ‘economic’ espionage.
Cisco is not the only company that has raised issues with the US government. Almost all major companies – including Facebook and Google have voiced their complaint over NSA’s hijacking of their communication.
Who is the bad guy?
According to reports NSA was listening to calls of European leaders; NSA had hijacked Chinese companies to create backdoors and spy on them; NSA compromised Iran’s nuclear program; NSA is listening to all phone calls that goes and comes from Bahamas and what is Obama administration doing?
While US accuses China of ‘economic espionage’, NSA itself has been doing the same, according to Edward Snowden.
Snowden earlier told German TV ARD “If there’s information at Siemens that’s beneficial to U.S. national interests — even if it doesn’t have anything to do with national security — then they’ll take that information nevertheless.”
In another story NYTimes reported that NSA was involved with spying on trade talks involving Indonesian government. NSA, in coordination with its Australian counterpart, was also spying on a US-based law firm which was involved in the trade talks.
NYTimes reported, “A top-secret document, obtained by the former N.S.A. contractor Edward J. Snowden, shows that an American law firm was monitored while representing a foreign government in trade disputes with the United States.”
All this information is already in public, still the US government has the audacity to sue the Chinese government. Is this the NSA reform Mr President promised us?
We may start asking ourselves, who is the bad guy here!