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New Law All but Bars Russian GPS Sites in U.S.

Posted on December 29th, 2013 at 16:35 by Sueyourdeveloper in category: News -- Write a comment


 Tucked into the mammoth defense budget bill that President Obama signed into law on Thursday is a measure that virtually bars Russia from building about a half-dozen monitor stations on American soil that critics fear Moscow could use to spy on the United States or worse…

Congressional Republicans, however, harbored suspicions that Russia had nefarious motives behind its plan, which the State Department supported as a means to mend bruised relations between the two rival nations. The Pentagon and the Central Intelligence Agency sided with congressional critics, concerned about handing the Russians an opening to snoop on the United States within its borders.

It’s the kind of move that gives something to the mad dogs but doesn’t appear to cost too much. Unless you want accurate fixes in high latitudes on your iPhone.



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