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I've used PET as the name in this article. Perhaps it might be better to use the English name DSIS as is done in the article about Forsvarets Efterretningstjeneste?
This article needs an history section including the survaillance of Danes during and after the cold war. Holger Terp, editor, the Danish Peace Academy.
See also reference to the PET-Commission is needed.
This includes the PET-commissions 16 volumes report on PET 1945-1989.
In Danish. The report is online at the site of the PET-Commission. Holger Terp.
What of PET's involvement with Morten Storm? Working with MI5/MI6, CIA, assassination of al-Awlaqi (of al-Qaeda in Yemen), refusal to give Storm to $5 million reward? Jdanbeck (talk) 20:05, 17 April 2015 (UTC)