Gen. Keith Alexander, the former chief of the NSA, has joined Amazon’s board of directors according to a recent SEC filing. Alexander was in charge of the NSA when it was revealed that the agency engaged in widespread electronic surveillance of American citizens.

The Verge reports that a recent SEC filing has revealed that General Keith Alexander, the former director of the NSA and the first commander of the U.S. Cyber Command, has joined Amazon’s board of directors. Alexander has served as the public face of U.S. data collection during the Edward Snowden leaks, but Alexander retired from public service in 2013.

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