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German spying on EU states to be made illegal

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Irish court orders investigation of Facebook data transfers to US

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EU-US Safe Harbour and forced data localisation: lessons from Russia

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German intelligence service allegedly spied on US and European targets

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Isabelle Falque-Pierrotin, chair of the Article 29 working party and head of French data protection authority CNIL

Europe's data authorities step into post-Safe Harbour spotlight

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US Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner has met several times with MEPs in the LIBE committee to talk about US-EU data sharing

US slams ECJ advisor's Safe Harbour opinion

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The 27-year-old Austrian activist Max Schrems' case against Facebook resulted in an ECJ advocate general ruling Safe Harbour invalid

EU legal advisor brands Safe Harbour data sharing with US illegal

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The European Parliament approved MEP Marietje Schaake's report on surveillance technology

Parliament calls for stricter controls over surveillance tech exports

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The European Commission is launching a public consultation on cloud computing this fall

Germany to set up 'Bundescloud'

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Wikileaks: NSA spied on three French presidents

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Heiko Maas

Germany toughens up on data retention

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German government denies deceit in NSA scandal

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France plays down German spying accusations

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BND spying affair divides German coalition

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BND scandal: Bundestag committee issues ultimatum

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German prosecutors launch investigation of spying charges

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Juncker: 'I don’t know if German agents are active here'

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Juncker on Germany's BND scandal: 'It is very difficult to keep secret services under control'

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Personal data protection is a 'fundamental right' in Europe

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Former German Defence Minister Karl Theodor zu Guttenberg. [Deutsche Telekom]

One million cyber attacks a day on Deutsche Telekom network

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Protesters gather near Germany's intelligence office (BND) in Berlin. July 2013 [Mike Herbst/Flickr]

Turkey calls German spying 'completely unacceptable'

Opinion

Backroom talks on dangerous TTIP agreement must end

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Berlin tells CIA station chief to leave in spy scandal

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German Minister of Internal Affairs Thomas de Maizière attends a round table with IT experts in Washington D.C. [German Embassy to the United States]

US-German ‘cyber dialogue’ begins amid spying tensions

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