Indian Government Demands Right To Spy On Skype, Gmail, Blackberry Messages | Techdirt

Indian Government Demands Right To Spy On Skype, Gmail, Blackberry Messages | Techdirt. 07 July 2010

Don’t know to which extent it is true, but I would not be surprised that governments start finding ways to crack down codes and technologies in order to spy… without warrants.

On surveillance, apparently the NSA [is] Hooking Up Ominously Named ‘Perfect Citizen’ To Watch The Internet, TechDirt, 09 July 2010. The National Security Agency does not seem to be bothered by human rights. In the Reuters depeche, the title is “Private citizen”. Quite ironic for a surveillance that violates privacy.

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About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
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