For an optimal experience, please upgrade your browser .
NSA Phone Records Inside NSA

NSA Phone Records Inside NSA

FILE - In this Sept. 23, 2010, file photo Army Gen. Keith B. Alexander, then-commander of the U.S. Cyber Command, center right, arrives at a Capitol Hill committee hearing in Washington to testify about cyberspace operations. Alexander now directs the National Security Agency, whose job it is to use the world's most cutting edge supercomputers and arguably the largest database storage sites to crunch and sift through terabytes of data, whether it was stolen from a foreign official's laptop by a CIA officer overseas, or intercepted by a Navy spy plane flying off the Chinese coast, or, as Americans found out this week, secreted from your personal phone records. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta, File)
Stock Photo ID:
Date Photographed:
September 23, 2010
Model Released:
No Release
Property Released:
No Release
© Manuel Balce Ceneta/ /AP/Corbis
License Type:
Rights Managed (RM)
Associated Press
Max File Size:
37 MB - 3168px × 4134px • 10.00in. × 13.00in @ 300 ppi
  • Not available for use in a retail print or poster.
  • Not available for any use related to endorsing political candidates or causes.
  • Pre-approval required from content provider for commercial use in the United States.
  • Pre-approval from content provider required for use on websites, emails or applications lasting longer than 30 days.
  • Pre-approval required from content provider for use in photo-streaming and photo-centric mobile or tablet applications.
  • Not available to AP member newspapers and AP member broadcasters.
  • Available for license to or for use in the United States only. For multi-territory license please contact your Corbis Account Representative.

Image keywords

See a discrepancy with this image? Send image feedback

Your feedback was successfully submitted.


Have questions regarding this image?

Chat with a specialist now

Corbis Sites: