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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Hans-Peter Friedrich
Germany's top security official on Wednesday warned Internet users in his country not to visit popular American websites like Google and Facebook if they are concerned about their private data being collected by the U.S. government, in the latest blow to Silicon Valley's high-tech giants trying to contain the damage from recent revelations that they participated in the National Security Agency's spying program.
Germany's interior minister, Hans-Peter Friedrich, told local media this week that he's more worried about extremists who go underground and "radicalize in secret."
Interior Minister Hans-Peter Friedrich, Germany's top security official, told the Passauer Neue Presse newspaper over the weekend that authorities "work intensively" to prevent attacks.