NSA cyber specialist, army doctor charged in US spying cases

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Washington (AFP) – A cyber specialist who worked at the US National Security Agency and an army doctor and her wife were charged Thursday in separate cases with seeking to sell US secrets to foreign governments. In one case, cybersecurity expert Jareh Sebastian Dalke, 30, spent less than four weeks working at the NSA, the government’s huge and powerful signals intelligence agency, before he suddenly quit, citing family problems at the end of June. In the few weeks he was at the NSA, he printed out top secret documents, and after leaving he offered them for sale in encrypted online communicatio…

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