NSA to Post America’s Favorite Hacked Home Videos
WASHINGTON — The National Security Agency said today that they will begin posting the absolute best of the best videos and photos they have hacked from Americans’ webcams and smart phones.
“Some of the stuff we’ve got is just damn priceless,” Richard Ledgett, NSA Deputy Director of People Surveillance, told the New York Times.
“Embarrassing for sure but we’ve all had some really great laughs.”
“Some of the bathroom shots are flat out the funniest things I’ve ever seen.”
“Of course some of it is wacko weird but whatever floats your boat as they say.”
“I mean we’ve got millions of hours of footage of people who don’t know they’re being watched and they do some pretty odd things.”
“Shame to let it go to waste we figured.”
The move to post images hacked from every smart phone, laptop, desktop or tablet across the U.S. and Canada comes on the heels of whistleblower Edward Snowden revealing that CIA and NSA agents regularly pass around snooped videos and thumbtack
raunchy photos to the coffeeroom bulletin board.
The NSA had previously denied they were spying every hour of every day on Americans, saying their work was restricted to German Chancellor Angela Merkel and some shady Muslims.
“We’re thinking we might let Americans vote on their favorites,” said Ledgett.
“I’m going for the drunk guy mooning the mailman through his living room window.”
“The mailman’s reaction is hilarious.”
The videos and pictures will be posted at NaughtyNaughtyVideos@NSA.gov.
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