The New York Times' Kevin O’Brien writes, “Europe was in an uproar Sunday over a magazine’s charge that Washington bugged European Union offices in the United States,” and Der Spiegel has quoted German Chancellor Angela Merkel as saying, “The monitoring of friends—this is unacceptable. It can't be tolerated. We're no longer in the Cold War.” In this roundup, The Privacy Advisor examines the key headlines of the past three days as well as the varying opinions now being published on the implications of the allegations of spying by U.S. and UK government programs.
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