Europeans Want Assurances U.S. Not Spying On Them

Hey, the U.S. can "guarantee" anything you want


The EU is demanding assurances that Europeans are not having their rights infringed by a massive surveillance programme run by the US.

Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding plans to raise the concerns with US Attorney General Eric Holder on Friday.

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  1. Sure! Just trust Obama!
    Feel better now?

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