Chaos Computer Club versus German Government

Chaos Computer Club versus German Government

Group of hackers from Germany are accusing their government for being a tool of foreign intelligence agencies. The lawsuit is handled by the International League for Human Rights. The story takes it roots from the revelations by Edward Snowden a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employee and National Security Agency (NSA) contractor who brought to light the details of the surveillance that American government unleashed upon its citizens and beyond. While the German officials had quite a negative response after the information that even Chancellor Angela Merkel’s mobile was being....

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