Germany To Invest 100 Million Euro To Increase Internet Surveillance Program

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

Just days after German politicians spoke out against the NSA PRISM program by the United States, a new report from Der Spiegel reveals that Germany has increased spying plans of its own and is getting ready to invest 100 million euro to monitor 20 percent of all communications between Germany …

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