Friday, 14 December 2018

Vodafone discloses extent of state surveillance

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 06 June 14

Operator's inaugural Law Enforcement report reveals that some authorities have direct access to listen in on its networks.

Vodafone on Friday revealed that law enforcement agencies in some countries in which it operates have direct access to its network, allowing them to intercept communications without a warrant. In its first ever Law Enforcement Disclosure report, Vodafone said that in the majority of its markets it maintains control over the equipment used to perform a lawful interception of traffic on its network…

Vodafone on Friday revealed that law enforcement agencies in some countries in which it operates have direct access to its network, allowing them to intercept communications without a warrant. In its first ever Law Enforcement Disclosure report, Vodafone said that in the majority of its markets it maintains control over the equipment used to perform a lawful interception of traffic on its network…

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