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July 31, 2021

NSA is spying from Romania, media

The spy software XKeyscore, used by the NSA to collect information on any Internet user in the world by e-mail address, gathers and stocks part of its data in Romania as well, according to The Guardian, adevarul.ro reported yesterday. The map includes all the countries in which NSA owns spy servers, with the exception of Romania. Most servers are located in state capitals or in nearby locations; there are speculations that some servers may even be located in U.S. embassies. Some surprising server locations are Moscow and China, although the latter is placed within safe distance from Beijing, which suggests that it was not authorised. The image published by The Guardian shows approximately 700 servers installed in over 150 places worldwide.

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