Secure Communications

Drawing the line between privacy and security in surveillance

Not a single day passes in Turkey these days without an official claiming that he or she is being watched or that his or her phone conversations are being monitored. Similar allegations came up during the ongoing investigation into Ergenekon, a criminal network whose members are accused of having tried to manipulate the country from behind the scenes through assassinations and provocations for their ultimate purpose of overthrowing the government. The prosecutors have found evidence leading them to believe that the gang had an intricate system using state-of-the art technology to monitor phone conversations and track individuals.

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August 24, 2008 - Posted by | cellular phone, eavesdrop, email, encryption, English, espionage, illegal, mobile, phone tap, privacy, security, spy, surveillance, tap, technology, wiretap

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