Germany, Brazil to propose anti-spying resolution at U.N.

Reuters | October 25, 2013

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Germany and Brazil are drafting a U.N. General Assembly resolution that would demand an end to excessive spying and invasion of privacy after a former U.S. intelligence contractor revealed massive international surveillance programs, U.N. diplomats said on Friday.

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff and German Chancellor Angela Merkel have both condemned the widespread snooping by the U.S. National Security Agency.

Charges that the NSA accessed tens of thousands of French phone records and monitored Merkel’s mobile phone have caused outrage in Europe. Germany said on Friday it would send its top intelligence chiefs to Washington next week to seek answers from the White House.

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1 Comment on "Germany, Brazil to propose anti-spying resolution at U.N."

  1. The entire world is shocked, shocked, that the NSA spies.
    More shocking still the Imperial over-reach of the US is part of the erection of global governance as if this Neo-Colonial model was the intention all along. 147 corporate powers owned I think in the end by 4 conglomerates.

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