William Binney was the Technical Director of America’s National Security Agency (the NSA) and resigned immediately after 9/11. Previously, during the Vietnam War from 1965 – 1970, he worked in the Army Security Agency. At the NSA, he worked on traffic analysis, data system analysis and cryptography systems and code analysis and became Technical Director in mid-1997, when he ran an operations centre with around 6,000 analysts.
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