Tysklands samarbete med NSA till konstitutionsdomstolen i Karlsruhe

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Should the BND be allowed to spy on the telephone calls of foreign nationals in third countries and analyse their internet data – thus in effect abolishing the private sphere of billions of people – as the German government has authorised it to do? How can particularly vulnerable groups such as journalists be protected from this mass surveillance? These questions, which are being discussed all over the world at the very latest since the revelations by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, will now be debated before the Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe.

Enkelt uttryckt: Skall det vara OK för tyska den djupa staten (BND) att vara en del av den amerikanska djupa statens (NSA) system för global massövervakning?

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