Carl Guderian on Sun, 5 May 2002 14:37:01 +0200 (CEST)

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[Nettime-bold] Re: <nettime> Officials spy on calls

Not a good idea. The Dutch govt buys spy equipment from Israel also, but
recently found that Mossad had installed a backdoor. Espionage isn't
something you should outsource.

Special Agent Carl

Working for The Phone Company (TPC), which is run by the handyman from
"One Day At A Time."

Miles Nordin wrote:
> >>>>> "em" == Erich M <> writes:
>     em> Wiretapping one fone number around the clock needs
>     em> three cops.
> In the US, wiretapping is outsourced to the Israeli company Comverse
> Infosys.  The overall system has a voicemail-like interface.  If your
> three-shifts assumption is still valid in Australia, I doubt if it
> will be for long.
> see:
> archive, around 2001-12-14
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