One year after Snowden: The WW2-roots of surveillance … and why the monitoring of our society will never stop
[For our English speaking guests: Please turn subtitles on at the bottom of the video window.] Exactly one year ago the NSA affair initiated by Edward Snowden started with a first article in The Guardian. Although the topic is circulating for months in public media, little has changed in the web. We still have to assume that secret services monitor our communications. Questions about the political responsibility are still unclear. The longer the story drags on, the more we should worry about the Freedom of Expression in the net.