By Kyle Balluck - 12/30/13 08:09 AM EST
Michael Hayden, former director of the National Security Agency and Central Intelligence Agency, on Sunday said the NSA was “infinitely weaker” following the leaks of secret documents by former contractor Edward Snowden.
"It will take years if not decades for us to return to the position that we had prior to his disclosure," he added.
Hayden said he expects more stories to be published based upon Snowden’s leaks.
"What I'm most afraid of is that we will reveal our sources and methods, our tactics, techniques and procedures to people around the world who will the American nation and the American people harm."