A Fox News reporter was spied on by the FBI over allegations of espionage. According to the Los Angeles Times, agents secured search warrants to monitor two-day’s worth of the reporters personal emails in 2010, access of which was granted by Google.
The search engine giant was ordered not to disclose its actions.
Although not identified in an affidavit, Fox News confirmed James Rosen, a Washington correspondent, as the FBI target. Rosen was accused of violating laws against individuals obtaining access to classified information, back in 2009. He reportedly asked State Department security contractor Stephen Jin-Woo Kim to disclose secret details about North Korea’s plans to retaliate against U.N. sanctions.
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