German Spy Accusations Resurface as Merkel Cites ‘Deficiencies’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

German Spy Accusations Resurface as Merkel Cites ‘Deficiencies’

BND agents first noticed in 2008 that “selectors” fed into its surveillance system by the NSA, including data such as IP addresses and mobile phone numbers, didn’t match tasking profiles set by the German-U.S. spy pact, Spiegel reported.

Instead, the selectors represented targets such as the European Aeronautic, Defense & Space Co., EADS unit Eurocopter and French officials, Spiegel said.

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