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The National Security Agency — which as  whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed, hasn’t been truthful about how much data it collects on phone calls and internet traffic — just removed “honesty” from the core values listed on its website.

“Honesty” has been listed as a priority on the NSA’s website since at least May 3, 2016. But in an updated version on January 12, 2018, first spotted by The Intercept, the word was replaced with replaced with “Commitment to Service.”

An archived version of the NSA’s Mission & Values page says the agency recognizes that both American leaders and citizens have “placed great trust” in it, and that the NSA strives “at all times to be deserving of that trust.”  Read more…

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