The NSA’s alleged interception on communications world leaders, including tapping of phones and spying of emails, has provoked scandals between the US and a number of countries in Europe, Latin America, and Asia in 2013. Whistleblower Edward Snowden, the man who revealed the massive scale of the American espionage program in Europe earlier this year, has been living in Russia, where he was granted temporary asylum status.

MEP Jorgo Chatzimarkakis stated: “The whole story has raised great concerns to European citizens on security and privacy of their personal data. Europe must ensure the highest level of cyber security within the Union, in the benefit of the citizens, consumers, enterprises and public sector, thus contributing to the smooth functioning of the internal market.”

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