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The government established the Department of Administrative Intelligence under the Cabinet of Thailand on 1 January Phao Sriyanond was appointed as its first director. In , the "National Intelligence Act, B. Use of the devices may have allowed its coded messages to be deciphered. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article has multiple issues.

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By Joseph Menn , Jonathan Weber. The information included a secret court order directing Verizon Communications Inc to turn over all its calling records for a three-month period, and details about an NSA program code-named PRISM, which collected emails, chat logs and other types of data from Internet companies. Snowden cast himself as a whistleblower alarmed about overreaching by the U. Intelligence officials and the technology companies say PRISM is much less invasive than initially suggested by stories in the Guardian and the Post.