NSA, 반기문-오바마 면담전 반기문 대화요점 도청 : 뉴욕타임스
When Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations secretary general, sat down with President Obama at the White House in April to discuss Syrian chemical weapons, Israeli-Palestinian peace talks and climate change, it was a cordial, routine exchange.
The National Security Agency
nonetheless went to work in advance and intercepted Mr. Ban’s talking
points for the meeting, a feat the agency later reported as an
“operational highlight” in a weekly internal brag sheet. It is hard to
imagine what edge this could have given Mr. Obama in a friendly chat, if
he even saw the N.S.A.’s modest scoop. (The White House won’t say.)