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19th October 2008
Government faces fight from within for spy database
Government faces fight from within for spy database
the home secretary, faces a revolt from her senior officials over plans to build a central database holding information on every telephone call, e-mail and internet visit made in the UK.
The Times
17th March 2008
Prosecutor Says Detective Bragged of Wiretapping
Prosecutor Says Detective Bragged of Wiretapping
"His wiretaps made Mr. Pellicano an “uninvited and unknown” party to calls between “parents and children, husband and wife, husband and lover, doctor and patient, lawyer and client,” Mr. Lally said, “so he could always remain one, two, three steps ahead of an adversary.”
New York Times
21st February 2008
Researchers figure out how to crack GSM phone security for $1000, Feb 2008.
Researchers figure out how to crack GSM phone security for $1000, Feb 2008.
Two enterprising researchers claim to have figured out a way to eavesdrop on calls made using GSM mobile phones, cracking open its 64-bit A5 encryption. According to David Hulton and Steve Muller, who presented the technique at the Black Hat security conference in Washington this week, GSM calls can now be recorded over long distances and cracked open in half an hour using only $1,000 worth of field-programmable gate array-aided computer equipment and a frequency scanner.
"The Washington Post"
2nd February 2006
Greek government's phones tapped
Greek government's phones tapped.
Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis and several ministers had their mobile phones tapped for more than a year, the government has confirmed. BBC News
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