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The Bundesnachrichtendienst is
 
The Bundesnachrichtendienst is
   
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{{Quote|allowed to [[monitor]] letters, [[telecommunications]], and conversations through "individual investigation," with targeted collection of [[personal data]] to investigate serious criminal threats to the state. They also are permitted to conduct "strategic surveillance" to investigate specific dangers including risk of armed [[attack]]s or drug trafficking, or to proactively gather relevant [[information]] about other countries that are important to the [[Foreign policies|foreign]] and [[national security]] [[policy]] of Germany. These searches extend to [[electronic communications]] made via the [[Internet]]. A prior [[court order]] is not required to conduct strategic surveillance; instead, the responsible Federal Ministry or Federal State Authority orders the measures.<ref>[[A Sober Look at National Security Access to Data in the Cloud]], at 8.</ref>}}
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{{Quote|allowed to monitor letters, telecommunications, and conversations through "individual investigation," with targeted collection of personal data to investigate serious criminal threats to the state. They also are permitted to conduct "strategic surveillance" to investigate specific dangers including risk of armed attacks or drug trafficking, or to proactively gather relevant information about other countries that are important to the foreign and national security policy of Germany. These searches extend to electronic communications made via the Internet. A prior court order is not required to conduct strategic surveillance; instead, the responsible Federal Ministry or Federal State Authority orders the measures.<ref>[[A Sober Look at National Security Access to Data in the Cloud]], at 8.</ref>}}
   
 
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