Government Using NSA to Change Amount in Bank Accounts, Warns PanelAmericans at risk of enforced Cyprus-style bail-in
Paul Joseph Watson
Dec. 20, 2013
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A White House review panel report into the activities of the NSA suggested that the government was using the spy agency to launch cyber attacks against financial institutions and change the amounts held in bank accounts.
The 300 page report prepared for President Barack Obama by the Review Group on Intelligence and Communications Technology called for the NSA to be stripped of its power to obtain bulk collections of telephone records.