NSA spying on the Netherlands since 1946


This video from the USA is called NSA Spying.

Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:

” U.S. spies on the Netherlands since 1946″

Friday 22 Nov 2013, 21:23 (Update : 22-11-13 , 22:38 )

The Netherlands have been bugged ever since 1946 by the United States. That said Peter Vandermeersch, editor of NRC Handelsblad daily, in the TV program “De Wereld Draait Door”.

According to him, the Americans began spying on the Netherlands after the second world war. “The spies came along with the Marshall Plan aid, one might say.”

Vandermeersch says on his blog that his reporters in recent months have worked on the NSA file, together with the American journalist Glenn Greenwald. He was one of the driving forces behind the publications in the British newspaper The Guardian, based on the leaked documents from whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Understanding

Tomorrow, NRC Handelsblad and NRC Next will start publishing Dutch revelations from the secret documents.

Other Dutch newspapers wanted to publish disclosures by the journalist. According to Vandermeersch, Greenwald chose the NRC because the newspaper was able to convince him they understood this issue. “Having the documents is one thing, understanding them is something else.”

State security

The editor says that the newspaper is doing thorough research and that the interests are involved parties are taken into account. They are consulting beforehand with the AIVD secret service, to prevent state security from being endangered. Maybe, some things will be left out of the articles.

Internet founder Tim Berners-Lee warns growing surveillance ‘threatens democracy’: here.

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