Mexico scolded the United States on Sunday over new allegations of spying after a German magazine reported that the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) had hacked Felipe Calderon’s public email account while he was president.

Weekly Der Spiegel said in May 2010, an NSA division known as “Tailored Access Operations” reported it had gained access to then-president Calderon’s email account, and turned his office into a “lucrative” source of information.

It said details of the alleged NSA hacking of Calderon’s account were contained in a document leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Snowden’s leaked information has prompted angry recriminations against Washington in Latin America, particularly Brazil.

via Mexico calls alleged U.S. spying on Calderon ‘unacceptable’ – Yahoo News Canada.