Exposed: The National Security Agency's PRISM Twitter Feed

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Jon Queally

Though the NSA's vast internet spying apparatus, called PRISM, was only just revealed to the American public via the Guardian, the program was defiant on Thursday as it began furiously tweeting from its underground lair in the bowels of the Utah desert.

It's first public announcement came at :

Later, it called out journalist Glenn Greenwald by name for being part of the team to break the story at the Guardian:

And continues:

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