The new NSA director downplays damage from the Snowden leaks

The National Security Agency is putting on a charm offensive. The agency’s new director, Admiral Michael S. Rogers, sat down for an interview with The New York Times on Friday, offering his opinion on the current state of the agency. “I understand where we are,” Rogers told the paper, saying that while the agency retains much of its previous corporate support, many companies and specialists have turned their backs on the agency in recent months. “I don’t waste a lot of time saying, ‘why wouldn’t you want to work with us?'”

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