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NSA PRISM Europe Lawsuits
Finnish communications minister Pia Viitanen has stated bluntly that the NSA may be breaking the laws of Finland. According to the Finnish Constitution, capturing and reading emails or text messages without privileges is illegal. Viitanen plans to take up the issue with the European Comission. Several European countries are apparently considering unleashing Neelie Kroes, the feared European Commissioner for Digital Agenda, in an effort to fight back against the NSA's PRISM program.


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"However, it is not clear whether the European Commission has any real appetite for picking a fight over the NSA issue ahead of a tricky round of US-EU trade negotiations. France is already threatening to torpedo the talks unless its cultural quotas are moved off the table. Over the next few weeks, European Commission will have to decide how to reconcile the PRISM opposition of many of its member countries with EU’s trade negotiation goals."


Which means they have to choose between money and privacy . . . .


Proof: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/international-business/france-threatens-veto-of-eu-us-trade-deal/articleshow/20546176.cms


"France won't back any deal that threatens the country's prestigious film, radio or TV industries."


So long, privacy .  .  .

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