Article from The Blaze by Kate Scanlon.

The National Security Agency recently removed “honesty” from a list of the agency’s “core values,” The Intercept reported.

According to the report, since at least May 2016, the NSA listed four core values on its website: “Honesty,” “Respect for the Law,” “Integrity,” and “Transparency.”

However, on Jan. 12, the agency made alterations to its list of core values.

The word “Honesty” was removed, although “Respect for the Law,” “Integrity,” and “Transparency” remain in the list. The agency added “Commitment to Service,” “Respect for People,” and “Accountability” to the list instead.

Read the entire article at The Blaze.