NSA statement does not deny 'spying' on members of CongressThe Guardian
Jan. 06, 2014
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The National Security Agency on Saturday released a statement in answer to questions from a senator about whether it “has spied, or is … currently spying, on members of Congress or other American elected officials”, in which it did not deny collecting communications from legislators of the US Congress to whom it says it is accountable.