Dec 302010
 
 December 30, 2010  Non-U.S., Surveillance

Maybe this should be filed under “irony” in light of governmental attempts to increase its own surveillance capabilities, but John Ribeiro reports:

The Indian government on Thursday said that it has discovered that private vendors, detective agencies and companies have imported equipment that is capable of illegally monitoring mobile and other communications.

In a statement through the country’s Press Information Bureau (PIB), the government has warned that under the law, no equipment can be used for unauthorized communication network monitoring, intercepting and surveillance of communications.

Read more on PCWorld.

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