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AIVD no evidence that the BND cable connections to and from Netherlands bled
The AIVD concluded after investigation that the documents which the Austrian parliamentarian Pilz possession can not be discerned that the German intelligence service BND cable connections to and from Netherlands has drained. This rule will not minister Plasterk.
Earlier this year, Pilz said that the German Intelligence Dutch cable connections could have tapped in cooperation with the US NSA, but the AIVD has found no evidence for this. Is written by Minister Plasterk of the Interior to the Lower House. The documents of the Austrian member of parliament suggest, however, that the BND in cooperation with Deutsche Telecom cables was bleeding, but this should intelligence also under German law.
“The information available provides no basis to conclude that illegal practices have taken place against the Netherlands or against Dutch companies, citizens or interests,” writes Plasterk. He does, however, not exclude. He repeats this in part to the position of the end of May, he took the AIVD investigation instituted.
The allegations from Pilz in Germany subject of parliamentary inquiry, where any new evidence may come from. KPN had previously know that the cables were drained between 2005 and 2008, were intended for international telephony traffic afhandelden foreign providers. The provider said that the names and numbers of the 71 cables on the list of Pilz did not correspond to their own records from that time.Viewing:-161
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