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Angry Birds Even Angrier Following NSA Revelations

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This undated image released by Rovio shows a poster of the company's Angry Birds app. The exceptionally popular Angry Birds smart phone app has grown into a full-blooded pop cultural sensation, addicting mobile users at a rate nearly as impressive as the body count its animated slingshot birds are racking up against their swine enemy. (AP Photo/Rovio) NO SALES | AP

The Angry Birds are "absolutely livid" following claims that the National Security Agency and GCHQ have been accessing users' personal data from apps such as their game.

"We didn't think it was possible to be angrier than we already are - but we are," one red Angry Bird told HuffPost UK Comedy.

"It was bad enough with the pigs stealing our eggs - now this," said a blue one. "We're frankly livid."

The Birds are now expected to retaliate, probably using a slingshot.

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Angry Birds: Now even angrier


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