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Obama: NSA does not read communications average Dutch
The United States is not interested in the data of the average Dutch, French or German, and whatsoever is not read. Their communication That said the U.S. President Obama at a closing press conference at the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague.
Obama with Rutte during the NSS. Photo: NSS. Moreover, Obama stressed that the privacy concerns of ‘non-Americans’ net are taken as those of Americans so serious. “We do this not because the need of the law, but because it belongs,” said the U.S. president at the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague, where he along with Prime Minister Mark Rutte a press conference.
Moreover, the practice shows differently: by foreigners in the United States much easier to ask than Americans’ private data. The NSA intercepted abroad unfiltered Internet connections off, where large amounts of data to be stored, in a country with all the phone calls were even a month saved. Within the United States that does not happen.
According to the President, the concerns of citizens about their privacy partly the result of “sensationalism in the media.” “Nevertheless, I take their concerns seriously,” said Obama. “We need to regain the confidence of citizens.” Obama stressed that the mass storage of telecommunications data by the NSA is terminated as Tuesday morning already known was .Viewing:-187
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