Aug 162012
 
 August 16, 2012  Business, Surveillance

Nicole Perlroth reports:

An executive at Gamma Group, a British company that sells surveillance technologies, denied on Wednesday that a spyware program running on servers in 11 countries is part of his company’s product line.

Gamma Group makes FinFisher, spyware that, according to the company’s promotional materials, can be “used to access target systems, giving full access to stored information with the ability to take control of the target system’s functions to the point of capturing encrypted data and communications.”

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