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Mexico Condemns Alleged NSA Hacking of Calderon E-Mail

Mexico’s government condemned the U.S. National Security Agency’s alleged hacking of the e-mail account of then-President Felipe Calderon in 2010, saying such actions are unacceptable and violate international law.

“In a relationship between neighbors and partners, there’s no room for the practices that allegedly took place,” the Foreign Ministry said in an e-mailed statement yesterday, reiterating its call for President Barack Obama’s administration to conduct an exhaustive investigation of NSA conduct.