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According to a report Sunday from the German publication Der Spiegel, a special hacking unit from the US National Security Agency (NSA), intercepts deliveries of new computer equipment and plants spyware.
There can be no doubt the NSA has been, from a public trust and public relations point-of-view, marred by Edward Snowden and his slow and steady release of information to select media outlets. Now the intelligence agency emerging with a blackened eye is the UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ).
The US National Security Agency (NSA) has the ability to access user data on several popular types of smartphones, according to reports published by German news outlet Spiegel this weekend.
Western drug companies tested pharmaceuticals on more than 50,000 people in the former communist East Germany, several of whom died, the German weekly Der Spiegel reported this week.
As officials from the German government met on Monday to discuss privacy issues centering around Google's Street View service, weekly news magazine Der Spiegel reported that "several hundred thousand people" have told the California-based technology corporation that they do not want their homes and businesses featured on the mapping service.
Germany's justice minister was quoted as saying by Der Spiegel magazine on Saturday that Apple Inc must "immediately make clear" what data it collects from users of its products and for what purposes.
German automaker Volkswagen is planning a complete acquisition of sports car manufacturer Porsche, sources say.
Migrant workers in Europe are finding the welcome they got when economies were booming has worn thin, with some countries inviting them to leave, officials say. As globalization took hold, 200 million people have evolved into migrant workers, one fifth of them Europeans, Der Spiegel reported Wednesday.
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