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Jan. 11, 2022, 6:50 p.m. | /u/Aggressive-Click-211

Privacy & Freedom in the Information Age reddit.com

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.businessinsider.com/nsa-hacker-5-ways-to-protect-yourself-online-2018-7%3famp

In this article a former NSA hacker states "don't use the same password everywhere. I know it's hard, but using the same password everywhere is one of probably the easiest ways that WE break in as hackers."

There is also a lot more context in the article which may give insight on whether or not they hack us.

Do you think that he is admitting that the NSA is hacking accounts?

Or do you think that he is just …

article hacking nsa privacy

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