Sep 072012
 September 7, 2012  Posted by  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Ryan Gallagher writes:

Are you a creative thinker who can write software and detect computer security vulnerabilities? If yes, federal police in Germany have a job for you.

The Bundeskriminalamt, or BKA, is Germany’s version of the FBI. The agency iscurrently recruiting for a number of IT specialists to help develop “technical surveillance methods” that can be used to secretly and remotely access computers during crime investigations. What that means, in plain English, is that the BKA is looking for people to help design in-house spyware than can be used to infiltrate computers and mine data.

Read more on Slate.

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