NSA spying on German intelligence

Fresh insight shows that the NSA intercepted internal German communications about the kidnapping incident in Yemen. In a list of reports from wiretapped telephone conversations and emails, NSA analysts marked a section of text with the keywords "Germany-Yemen/hostages." The text read: "German BKA reports Western hostages in Yemen are alive, Yemeni officials delay releasing information, 12 July 2009."

Country: Germany

Domains: Privacy IG

Stakeholder: Government

Tags: new documents, Eduard Snowden, Germany, intelligence agencies, surveillance, NSA, privacy, data protection, Internet

Posted on Tuesday 29 September 2015

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