Slate reports that the European Parliament is set to initiate an investigation into the NSA surveillance program disclosures and is amassing “an interesting list of witnesses” to testify about the issue, including U.S. National Security Agency Chief Gen. Keith Alexander, whistleblower Edward Snowden and The Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald. European Parliament plans to hold the series of hearings about the programs in September. A Deutsche Welle report asks if European Union interior ministers are partly responsible for collaborating with U.S. security agencies. European Home Affairs Commissioner Cecilia Malmström said that the EU is not solely responsible for data protection as security agency activities generally come under the jurisdiction of member states.
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