These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback Find Macatawa unsupported on your device Media Single girls chat rooms colorado summary of US spying allegations brought about by Edward Snowden's leak of classified documents US Secretary of State John Kerry has said that in some cases, US spying has gone too far.
Mr Kerry is the most senior Obama administration official to have commented directly on an issue that has upset America's European allies.
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His comments come as Asian countries have protested at claims that Australia was involved in a US-led spy network.
China has demanded an explanation of the reports, while Indonesia has summoned the Australian ambassador to Jakarta. Indonesia's foreign minister said reports that the NSA used Australian embassies to eavesdrop on Asian countries would indicate a "serious breach" of diplomatic rules.
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Image caption Edward Snowden met German politician Hans-Christian Stroebele in Moscow In his comments, Mr Kerry also defended the need for increased surveillance, saying it had thwarted terrorist attacks.
And yes, in some cases, it has reached too far inappropriately.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionIndonesia's foreign minister said the allegations were an issue of trust Mr Kerry, in his remarks to a conference organised by the Open Government Partnership, I love chat free that while some surveillance may have been excessive, claims that up to 70 million were being monitored were an "exaggeration".
Claims about the extent of US surveillance of targets such as European leaders have strained Washington's diplomatic relations with some of its key allies.
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