Monday, March 3, 2008

The most spied upon people in Europe

Germany's highest court has ruled that spying on personal computers violates privacy, but governments across Europe are under pressure to help 'their security services' fight terrorism and organised crime.

Funny how you can twist reality: if governments are under pressure to stop terrorism and organized crime, why don't they just stop doing it themselves?!

Here, BBC reporters give a snapshot of the extent of surveillance across Europe.

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