Austria is one of the six countries the NSA is intercepting all of its telecommunications, reports Format.at. The NSA then stores captured data for a month. The Interior Ministry of Austria is silent.
The data hunger of U.S. intelligence is insatiable. The revelations of the ex-NSA employee Edward Snowden promote ongoing new insights into the technical possibilities for monitoring and evaluating the telecommunications entire countries for days. Recent excitement: The NSA is listening in a position almost in the past.