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BND limits NSA cooperation - report

Friday 8 May 2015 | 12:17 CET | News
The German Federal Intelligence Service (BND) considerably limited its collaboration with the US secret service NSA at the intercept station in Bad Aibling after they refused to take the requested action of providing a justification for every individual person or institution that the NSA surveyed, reports German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung. As a result, NSA has not intercepted any internet traffic at the site, only fax and telephone traffic, since the beginning of the week. The request followed accusations last week that the BND helped the NSA to spy on European entrepreneurs and

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Countries: Germany / United States
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