https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_zsVIFfp2xw#t=18 German Foreign Ministry seek to clarify the reporting from London that the UK operates a network of " electronic spy stations ' short distance Bundestag German Foreign Ministry summoned today ( Tuesday ), the British Ambassador in Berlin call the investigation following a newspaper report " Independent " that the kingdom's intelligence services have a secret spy station uses sophisticated equipment located on the roof of the embassy in Berlin. According to the report , which is based on documents leaked Edward Snowden , working American National Security Agency ( NSA ) , the UK's intelligence services operate a network of " electronic spy stations ' short distance Bundestag and the office of Chancellor Angela Merkel . Photographs attached document looks like white facility was placed on top tent embassy in 2000, and probably a spy for cellular calls and Wi-Fi networks around the German capital On Tue, Nov 5, 2013 at 7:22 PM, Jeremy Compton <j.compton@xxxxxxxxxxx>wrote: > British Ambassador asked to come to the Foreign Office 05.11.2013 > > A spokesperson for the German Federal Foreign Office issued the following > statement today (5 November): > > At the instigation of Foreign Minister Westerwelle, the British > Ambassador was asked to come for a meeting at the Federal Foreign Office. > > The Director-General for European Affairs asked for an explanation of > current reports in British media and indicated that tapping communications > from a diplomatic mission would constitute a violation of international law. > > > > ------------------------------ > Date: Mon, 4 Nov 2013 21:48:55 -0800 > From: shelley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: [cryptome] Re: The NSA the only part of government that listens > > They're stirring up FUD as usual, and presenting a false dichotomy of > "choice": either the NSA retains our info, or the telcos (et al) keep it > (and disseminate it to divorce lawyers and LE- don't forget haX0rs could > get at it too!!1!) > > How about a 3rd choice: these companies just get rid of it at the end of > the next billing cycle? Let the NSA or LE get a valid warrant for the > exact record of their person of interest- y'know, as the 4th amendment > dictates- during that time. > > It's a subject that been discussed at great length here (and/or on cpunks > or libtech, the lines blur.) There is no reason anyone needs to keep these > bulk records for years (several decades, in AT&T's case) when it has been > shown time and again to be ineffective in "catching ter'rists." > > But that's not the real reason they want this Stasi-like compendium of our > lives, so don't expect it to stop (despite whatever weak legislation is > passed to assuage we, the rabble.) TIA caused a stir & was just moved > under the radar & put on steroids. This will be no different, especially > with "oversight" from incompetent apologists like Feinstein. > > > > > ------------------------------ > On Nov 4, 2013 9:22 PM, John Hudson <hudson28@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Anybody catch the interesting logic of today's NSA hearing on civil > liberties and privacy? > > > http://thecable.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2013/11/04/top_obama_lawyers_reforming_the_nsa_could_hurt_americans_privacy_rights > > On Nov 4, 2013, at 11:20 PM, "" <shelley@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Is the funny/ironic bit you sending an html email with an inline image, > from "email powered by Google" (given the nature of the article and the > target audience of this list?) > > > > > ------------------------------ > On Nov 4, 2013 7:35 PM, Jeremy Compton <j.compton@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > I was sent this and l thought it was hilarious. I think we all need a bit > a of a laugh from time to time. Its good for the soul. > > ------------------------------ > > > *John Hudson* > Staff Writer, National Security > *Foreign Policy* > Cell: 616-915-3124 > Office: 202-728-7334 > Twitter: @John_Hudson > > -- Haim Barak To Serve and Protect Our Community In God We Trust Israel#: 5353... Email: haim357@xxxxxxxxx http://haim357.wordpress.com/ <http://haim357.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/banner.jpg> This e-mail is intended only for the named recipient(s) and may contain information that is privileged, confidential and/or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. No waiver of privilege, confidence or otherwise is intended by virtue of communication via the Internet. Any unauthorized use, dissemination or copying is strictly prohibited. Thank you.