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The Snowden revelations are a reminder of how complex and many-layered the intelligence networks are that the US intelligence community deploys around the world. More than 80 agencies comprise the US intelligence community.
It is not only the German BND that cooperates with the NSA. Since the US is the global superpower, most countries rely on American technology. Even a partner for business purposes must engage in surveillance, which includes helping the NSA to trace all phone calls and emails sent and received by the partner.
As you are reading this, other countries of the European Union are also not only aware of it, but also play a role as whistleblowers have made known. And the EU has found that, while the States can act in secret and support covert programs, not all, or even most, programs are being run in secret.
To see how complex the matter of surveillance has become, try to imagine a couple of scenarios:
You are an American citizen living in the United States. In the course of your daily routine, you buy a new phone with a SIM card from a service provider, which also has a data connection via a company that provides leased lines. Even if your phone is