Journalists Take Germany’s Foreign Intelligence Service to Court

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January 15, 2020

Germany's highest court is hearing a case brought by a group of journalists against the country's foreign intelligence service, the BND. The plaintiffs say a new law allows the BND to spy on journalists abroad almost without restrictions - and share the information with other intelligence agencies. We spoke with one of the journalists bringing the case before the court.

Germany's highest court is hearing a case brought by a group of journalists against the country's foreign intelligence service, the BND. The plaintiffs say a new law allows the BND to spy on journalists abroad almost without restrictions - and share the information with other intelligence agencies. We spoke with one of the journalists bringing the case before the court.

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