Like NSA, Pakistan Tapping Internet Backbone For Intelligence

Like NSA, Pakistan Tapping Internet Backbone For Intelligence
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The U.S. National Security Agency has set the standard for large-scale domestic and international surveillance over the last few years, but other global intelligence agencies have taken note, and many have begun developing similar Internet and smartphone snooping capabilities. According to Privacy International, Pakistan’s ISI is working hard to develop a digital surveillance system much like that in the U.S.

A spokesperson for Pakistan’s military said he was not authorized to comment on the situation at this time, reports The Express Tribune.

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Pakistan’s ISI tapping Internet backbone for intelligence

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