Germany May Turn To Typewriters To Counter American Spying
German politicians are considering reverting to old-school forms of communication to thwart U.S. surveillance efforts. Patrick Sensburg, the head of the Germany’s NSA Inquiry Committee, said in a TV interview Monday that officials have discussed conducting internal communications by typewriter to keep American eyes off of sensitive documents. Sensburg said, according to a translation by Ars Technica. “In fact, we already have [a typewriter], and it’s even a non-electronic typewriter.”
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