The German commission investigating the US spy scandal has said it is considering the use of typewriters as a way of tackling high-tech espionage
Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition partners said Washington should remove any U.S. embassy staff involved and cease spying on its ally
The case risks further straining ties with Washington following revelations by Edward Snowden.
The case risks further straining ties with Washington, which were damaged by revelations last year of mass surveillance of German citizens by the NSA, including the monitoring of Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone
The same board that said the NSA's telephone metadata collection was illegal now gives PRISM the green light