Sep 292015
 
 September 29, 2015  Surveillance, U.S.

And if you believe this, I have a lovely bridge I’d like to show you:

The United States does not and has not engaged in indiscriminate surveillance of anyone, including ordinary European citizens. The PRISM program that the Advocate General’s opinion discusses is in fact targeted against particular valid foreign intelligence targets, is duly authorized by law, and strictly complies with a number of publicly disclosed controls and limitations. Moreover, the Advocate General’s opinion fails to take into account that — particularly in the last two years – President Obama has taken unprecedented steps to enhance transparency and public accountability regarding U.S. intelligence practices, and to strengthen policies to ensure that all persons are treated with dignity and respect, regardless of their nationality or place of residence.

— excerpt from statement issued yesterday by the United States Mission to the European Union.

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