(FOX NEWS) – A new report indicates the NSA targeted private companies in Brazil. Brazilian TV reports the companies include a private computer network of the state-run oil firm Petrobras, Google and a bank transfer company “Swift.” The report is sourcing documents released by Edward Snowden. The journalist who originally printed Snowden’s documents, Glenn Greenwald, revealing this in an interview with Globo TV Sunday night.
There are no details about what information the NSA obtained. So far none of the three companies has released statements. The report comes a week after Greenwald revealed that the US has been spying on both Brazilian and Mexican presidents.