OLD BERLIN NSA SURVEILLANCE POST NOW A GRAFFITI PARADISE

Old Berlin NSA Surveillance Post Now a Graffiti Paradise
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OLD BERLIN NSA SURVEILLANCE POST NOW A GRAFFITI PARADISE



Written by Robert Foster
12 Wednesday 12th February 2014

Long before the National Security Agency caused outrage in the Western world over revelations of mass surveillance, residents of West Berlin went about their days knowing that the agency and other American military services had their antennas tuned in to many of the conversations carried out in the city and for miles beyond. They've chilled out a bit over there, but the remnants of a more unpleasant time are still knocking about.

Teufelsberg, or Devil's Mountain, includes an abandoned Cold War N.S.A. listening post in Berlin that has evolved into a de facto art installation.

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