Jul 022014
 
 July 2, 2014  Business, Court, Govt, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Owen Bowcott reports:

Internet service providers from around the world are lodging formal complaints against the UK government’s monitoring service, GCHQ, alleging that it uses “malicious software” to break into their networks.

The claims from seven organisations based in six countries – the UK, Netherlands, US, South Korea, Germany and Zimbabwe – will add to international pressure on the British government following Edward Snowden’s revelations about mass surveillance of the internet by UK and US intelligence agencies.

Read more on The Guardian.

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