Let’s think about this …

… if the US is spying on an ally ((the word is spelled L.A.C.K.E.Y. in US-English, I think)) from their embassy in the respective host country, they are spying on and from US soil. Wouldn’t that affect how this should be looked at legally, if there is a need from the US perspective to distinguish between US and foreign citizens and US soil and foreign soil in mass surveillance?!

// Oliver

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