Germany : Typewriters a low-tech solution for NSA Mass Surveillance

A year ago, when it came to light that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s own personal mobile phone had been spied by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) for years, Surveillance has become a big issue for Germany. Such a big that prominent politicians are seriously considering using manual typewriters for sensitive documents instead of computers.

The head of the Germany's NSA Inquiry Committee, Patrick Sensburg said in an interview with the Morgenmagazin TV show on Monday night, that the government is seriously considering a low-tech solution to the ongoing espionage problem and to keep American eyes off of sensitive documents.

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