Alledged Skype Surveillance by German Police

By iddav at 11:54 pm on January 26, 2008 | 4 Comments

Documents posted today on WikiLeaks suggest that German police in Bavaria may have used a trojan for intercepting Skype calls as part of their surveillance of suspects. One document is an offer from DigiTask, a German company, to rent Skype surveillance technology at EUR 3,500 per month per instance. The other document is a letter between the Ministry of Justice and the Prosecutors office about distributing this cost.

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