Aug 192016
 August 19, 2016  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Zeke Turner reports:

…. A country branded by its dictatorial past, when surveillance was both dreaded and commonplace, Germany has some of the world’s toughest privacy laws. But after two attacks claimed by Islamic Stateand a mass shooting this summer, the government is pushing to recalibrate the balance between security and anonymity.

This month, German Interior Minister Thomas de Maizièreintroduced a raft of security proposals.

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