'Teenagers Are Sexting Less' Complains NSA
FORT MEADE, MD — The National Security Agency reported a dramatic drop in teen sexting between 2012 and 2013 , with potentially disastrous national security implications.
Gen. Keith Alexander, Director of the NSA, told members of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Tuesday that the number of revealing pictures of naked teenagers intercepted by the Agency had gone down approximately 3.8 percent from last year. According to the general, this is a major blow to analysts' attempts to disrupt terror plots and fill gaping emotional holes in their troubled personal lives.
"We've known for some time that terrorists and foreign governments can embed secret messages in pornographic images," Alexander explained to legislators. "Therefore we need complete access to all pornographic material on SMS. That way our analysts can thoroughly examine them for hidden training manuals, attack plans, or general communications. The more there is, the easier it is for us to develop a baseline of totally harmle…
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