Brusselstimes: "The head of the Intelligence service gave false information on attacks"


Sometimes I wonder why there are intelligence services like that at all. Almost all their claims of having been useful get debunked. What's not getting debunked are the lists of what harm they did.

I have a suspicion that sooner or later the judiciary branches in Europe will force an end onto the mass surveillance efforts by proclaiming them criminal (which is not far-fetched; you need extraordinary authorization to eavesdrop on others' communications).


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