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A Swiss Spy May Have Stolen Millions Of Classified CIA Documents

Published: December 4, 2012
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Source: Business Insider

Secret information shared by U.S. and UK spy agencies may have been compromised when a senior IT technician for Switzerland's intelligence service (NBD) stole a massive amount of internal data, Mark Hosenball of Reuters reports. 

 

The technician, who had unrestricted access to most if not all of NBD's networks, reportedly downloaded terabytes of classified material onto portable hard drives and then carried the trove – equivalent to hundreds of thousands or even millions of printed pages out of government buildings in a backpack.

Intelligence agencies, including the CIA and M16, routinely share data on counterterrorism and other issues with the NDB.

Swiss authorities, who arrested the technician last year, believe they seized the hard drives before the suspect could sell any of the information to foreign officials or commercial buyers. But a source told Reuters that investigators weren't positive that the suspect hadn't sold or passed on some of the information.

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