February 20, 2015 Business, Non-U.S., Surveillance
Deutsche Welle reports:
German state prosecutors have started preliminary investigations into whether the German-developed spy software FinFisher is being used by foreign intelligence agencies against targets inside Germany, it was revealed this week.
Following an official Bundestag information request by the Left party, the government confirmed that “media indications of spying activities by foreign secret services using the software FinFisher are the subject of an investigation of the federal state prosecutor at the Federal Court of Justice.”
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