Mexico has criticized the United States after revelations that the US NSA was spying on the Mexican president Felipe Calderon and reading his email back in 2010. The news broke over
the weekend, when German magazine Der Spiegel reported that the NSA had hacked into Calderon's public email account while he was president. The Mexican government responded by
stating, "This practice is unacceptable, illegal and against Mexican and international law."
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