European Union ministers are getting a taste of what it feels like to be American. EU ministers are reportedly “deeply worried and shocked” on Sunday after German magazine Der Spiegel claimed the NSA had bugged their offices and gained access to computer networks. Der Spiegel claims to have seen in part a “top secret” NSA document that leaker Edward Snowden took with him. The document allegedly calls the EU a “target,” and reportedly details how the U.S. bugged offices and gained access to computer networks in Washington and at the United Nations—and the Justus Lipsius building in Brussels, the home of the European Council. So how does it feel? “If these reports are true, it’s disgusting,” said Luxembourg’s foreign minister, Jean Asselborn.
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