When one of Australia’s top intelligence agencies in 2009 presented staff with a slideshow detailing their attempts to intercept mobile telephone calls by Indonesia’s president, first lady and top officials, it also revealed other possible spying targets—including one of Cambodia’s largest mobile operators, MobiTel, according to a document leaked by U.S. National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden. Listed as top secret by the Aus*tralian Defense Signals Directorate (DSD), now known as the Australian Signals Directorate, the document, a slideshow dated November 2009 and first obtained by The Guardian earlier this week, loosely details the interception of mobile phone calls of
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