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August 16, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

IBM, Oracle and EMC: Espionage in China? China’s Ministry of Public Security and a government-near research centre are preparing investigations against IBM, Oracle and EMC in terms of an alleged espionage on Chinese soil, according [Continue reading…]

Espionage Germany / NSA

No Spy Pact: Germany and US will debate an Agreement

August 13, 2013 Arabi Souri 1

Germany and U.S. administration to debate Washington-proposed “No Spy Pact”. The German administration and their counterpart in the United States will start with the debates about an agreement not to spy on each other already [Continue reading…]

Espionage Germany / NSA

Germany: Funding of Chinese Communications Intercept Stations

August 12, 2013 Arabi Souri 0

Germany is said to have financed Chinese communications intercept stations. The parliamentary leader of the German party SPD (Social Democratic Party of Germany), Frank-Walter Steinmeier, came already under criticism for his role in the cooperation [Continue reading…]

Espionage Germany / NSA

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August 7, 2013 Arabi Souri 3

Vague and contradictory arguments of the German Secret Service and the Federal Government. That the German Bundesnachrichtendienst (Federal Intelligence Service / BND) sends the intelligence metadata, which they acquire by strategic communications intelligence data, is [Continue reading…]

Espionage Germany / NSA

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August 1, 2013 Arabi Souri 2

NSA: Forget PRISM, XKeyscore is here Keith Alexander, head of the U.S. intelligence agency NSA, tried to justify the surveillance programs of the NSA (PRISM, XKeyscore …) at the “Black Hat” hacker conference while the [Continue reading…]

Espionage Germany / NSA

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July 26, 2013 Arabi Souri 0

Law, Policy & EU and PRISM. The U.S. intelligence service, the NSA, is in terms of finding names for its espionage projects either shockingly unimaginative or deliberately trying to allay the excitement about its surveillance [Continue reading…]