Latest US media intel scoop suggests new leaker

US National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden speaks to European officials via videoconference on June 24, 2014The latest media scoop about the internal workings of the US intelligence community has convinced officials they have a new leaker feeding information to journalists, reports said Tuesday. The concerns came after The Intercept, a news site that has access to documents from known leaker Edward Snowden, published new revelations about the scope of the US terrorism watchlist. The Intercept report was “obtained from a source in the intelligence community.” Previously, it has not hidden when Snowden was its source, suggesting the latest scoop came from someone else. The Intercept, which is edited by US journalist Glenn Greenwald, who first revealed some of Snowden’s secret documents, published a 12-page text marked “secret/noforn,” meaning it is not to be shared with allied governments and entitled: “Directorate of Terrorist Identities Strategic Accomplishments 2013.”

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