World Bulletin / News Desk
Association of German Newspaper Publishers (DJV) has urged journalists not to use Google and Yahoo services after a revelation that NSA also monitored the said servers and their databases.
DJV President Michel Konken stressed that the servers of those two companies could be under surveillance by NSA and said journalists' investigations must be kept safe.
Warning journalists to be aware of the news, Konken said there are also other companies providing web search and e-mail services, not reveling any names.
Meanwhile China requested from US to make explanations about claims that US put China under surveillance within the scope of NSA global monitoring scandal.
Spokesman of Chinese Foreign Ministry, Hua Chunying said they have asked explanation from US regarding the issue concerning the news that US put 80 centers including the US embassies in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu under surveillance
Hua called US to respect the international principles in their missions in China and refrain from acts that would not suit their identity and from damaging China's security and interests.