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Topic - Markus Ferber
An outraged Germany plans to put pressure on President Obama to end America's Internet surveillance program, calling such tactics akin to East German's secret police security program.
The U.S. government is using "American-style Stasi methods," said Markus Ferber, who fills a German seat in the European Parliament, in a Reuters report. "I thought this era had ended when the [German Democratic Republic] fell."