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 May 21, 2014  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Glyn Moody reports:

As early as June last year, Techdirt noted that beyond the political fallout of NSA spying, there is a considerable risk that there will be serious economic consequences too. That’s because other countries are now aware that one way the NSA has been obtaining sensitive information is through US computer products that have secret backdoors added in some way. In that post, we mentioned that Sweden had banned the country’s public bodies from using Google Apps; it looks like Germany is going even further

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