The National Security Agency (NSA) apparently has not just been collecting information from phone calls and emails.
Spies with the surveillance agency may have also infiltrated popular online video games in the search for terrorists.
That information is the results of the most recent round of documents released by NSA leaker, Edward Snowden.
The documents state agents from the CIA, FBI and Pentagon gained access to games such as “World of Warcraft” and virtual world “Second Life”.
The documents also state the NSA collected information on the Xbox Live gaming network.
A spokesman for Blizzard Entertainment, which owns “World of Warcraft” says the company is unaware of any surveillance having taken place.
No far, no comment from the NSA.
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