New Snowden revelation : GCHQ monitoring diplomats in 350 hotel

New revelations by American whistleblower Edward Snowden. The US National Security Agency-- NSA as well as Britain's Government Communications Headquarters-- GCHQ, have been spying on hotel reservations worldwide to monitor diplomats.

According to revelations published in the German newspaper Der Spiegel, the GCHQ has been monitoring diplomats’ travels, using a sophisticated automated system. The espionage has targeted diplomats who traveled to international summits or attended negotiations on behalf of governments. The documents released from Snowden’s archive show that the GCHQ has been monitoring bookings of at least 350 upscale hotels around the world for more than three years. Snowden has recently revealed the sheer amount of spying by Britain's online intelligence agency.