“It isn't a good feeling to know that somebody was listening in when you're dealing with highly sensitive sources,” Zajtman said.The BND refused to comment on the allegations, telling Der Spiegel that it “comments exclusively to the German government or the committee responsible in the German parliament" when it comes to the “operative aspects of its activities.” The BBC said it had approached the BND about the allegations but had not received a response.This license agreement regulates the granting of rights to the licencee only concerning the propriety components of the software.
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without substantially changing the rules familiar to users of the language.
The reform was based on an international agreement signed in Vienna in July 1996 by the governments of the German-speaking countries—Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein and Switzerland.
Luxembourg did not participate despite having German as one of its three official languages: it regards itself "as a non-German-speaking country not to be a contributory determinant upon the German system of spelling", though it did eventually adopt the reform.
The reformed orthography became obligatory in schools and in public administration.
“The BBC's mission is to bring accurate news and information to people around the world, and our journalists should be able to operate freely and safely, with full protection for their sources," a BBC spokesperson said.
“We call upon all governments to respect the operation of a free press.” German press groups criticized the reports of surveillance.
In case no specific address is mentioned on the covering letter, the passport will be sent to the address mentioned on the Visa Application Form.
This procedural change is to ensure the safe and secure return of documents to applicants.
In March 2006, the Council for German Orthography agreed unanimously to remove the most controversial changes from the reform; this was largely, though not completely, accepted by media organizations such as the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung that had previously opposed the reform.