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CNN -- The National Security Agency's internal watchdog detailed a dozen instances in the past decade in which its employees intentional misused the agency's surveillance power, in some cases to snoop on their love interests.
A letter from the NSA's inspector general responding to a request by Sen. Chuck Grassley, R. The letter also says there are two additional incidents now under investigation and another allegation pending that may require an investigation. At least six of the incidents were referred to the Justice Department for possible prosecution or additional action and none appear to have resulted in charges. The letter doesn't identify the employees.
Several of the cases involve so-called "Loveint" violations. In one case, detailed by the NSA's watchdog, a civilian intelligence employee ased overseas was found to have used the NSA's als intelligence collection system to listen to the phone conversations on nine phone s belonging to foreign women from to without any valid reason. The als intelligence system is used to spy on foreign targets for national security reasons.
The case began because a woman, a foreign national employed by the U. The employee who misused the NSA's systems also incidentally collected the communications of a U. Intelligence officials have sought to defend the NSA's surveillance activities by saying the agency doesn't misuse its authority. Robust oversight of the program must be completed to ensure that both national security and the Constitution are protected.
Several were demoted in rank or otherwise sanctioned. In one case, a civilian employee told NSA security that she had spied on a foreign phone because she found it on her husband's cell phone and suspected he was being unfaithful.
She collected his phone calls. The employee's infraction was referred to the Justice Department, but she reed before she could be fired. Some of the violations appear to have been uncovered by the NSA's own auditing systems.
Others were self-reported, including one during a polygraph of an employee. One employee violated NSA's rules on the first day he had access to the agency's als intelligence collection system. He queried six addresses belonging to a former girlfriend.
He told investigators he wanted "to practice on the system" using his former girlfriend's addresses and that he received no information, and hadn't read any s. He was demoted and his pay was reduced, and the NSA's inspector general recommended he not be given a security clearance.