Brazil builds fibre cable to avoid NSA surveillance

News by Sarah Needham

Brazil is to spend £116 million building a 3,500 mile fibre optic cable linking up with Portugal by 2016 to avoid NSA surveillance, and no US companies will be involved in the project according to a report in Hackread.


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