Media: The Wire is set in the offices of the European Union in Washington, DC and New York City

U.S. intelligence agencies are a total surveillance not only for European citizens, but also for members of diplomatic missions of the European Union.

 

Thus, according to the magazine Der Spiegel, which claims that the evidence at the disposal of the ex-CIA agent Edward Snowden, wiretapping is set for the diplomats of the EU Delegation in Washington and New York.

Reporters pointed out that in the document, dated 2010 and marked classified "top secret", described in detail the whole process of electronic surveillance. In particular, in the buildings of offices have been established listening devices with which intercepted conversations of European diplomats. In addition, U.S. intelligence could not get into the internal computer network and meet with official documents.


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