It has been several months since the PRISM spying scandal broke, and the revelations have been coming thick and fast since whistleblower Edward Snowden handed over everything he knew and fled to Hong Kong.
The fallout has been huge, with top spy chiefs forced to give evidence in public about the methods used and major tech giants demanding changes in the law relating to the ways in which they are often required to give evidence.
For businesses of all types the issues raised have also been noteworthy, with fresh concerns over how private data is when stored in the cloud and flowing over public networks. With all this in mind, V3 has put together ten major revelations that we have one Mr Snowden to thank for.
10. World leaders' phones were tapped
Tapping the phones of important people is something only done by newspapers and Cold War governments, right? Well, after PRISM and the subsequent fallout it seems not, as reports have shown 35 world leaders have been bugged by the US.
It started with Angela Merkel blasting the US for these activities, and then reports that some 60 million Spanish phone calls were logged as well as the spy agencies seemingly monitored everything from important political discussions to plans for tapas one evening.
The fact this came after claims offices were bugged in the European Commission by the US only underlined that Cold War spying tactics are alive and well.
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