New Leaked NSA Docs Reveal Kitten Snooping Program
Classified documents obtained by The Fluffington Post reveal yet another layer of the National Security Agency’s far-reaching Internet spying operation.
A crude PowerPoint presentation shows that the NSA has used independent kitten contractors to snoop on the inboxes of millions of American citizens.
"Nobody suspects a kittens," says one source in the intelligence community, who spoke on condition of anonymity. "They sidle up next to your laptop screen looking all cute. Most people think they like the heat from the computer, but no. They’re being paid by the government to read your emails."
A vast network of kitten spies has been operating in the U.S. since 2007, according to the classified material. It does not appear they have turned in any terrorism leads.
"Most of the reports are about bird videos on YouTube," says the source. "Turns out kittens are easily distracted, and do not make reliable government operatives."