The monitoring case which has been revealed in June can be dangerous for democracy and should not be tolerated by the Norwegian authorities, says Skei Grande to NTB.
– The fight against this act must take place on two fronts, through sanctions against U.S. authorities and public international law, she said.
The monitoring program has provided U.S. authorities access to information about individuals outside the United States, provided by companies like Apple, Google and Facebook. This information may also have been shared with Norwegian intelligence service, PST in Norway. Also, a former employee of a Norwegian telecommunication company had claimed last week that FBI authorities forced him to give theeir clients’ emails and personal information.