Croatia Denies Meddling with Slovenia Media on Alleged Eavesdropping Case

ZAGREB, April 9 – The Croatian government and the president on Tuesday rejected allegations that they have tried to influence Slovenian media and prevent them from reporting on Croatia’s intelligence activities in Slovenia, reports  the news website;  xinhuanet.com The Croatian Security and Intelligence Agency (SOA) also denied any wrongdoing, saying the allegations are “incorrect and … More Croatia Denies Meddling with Slovenia Media on Alleged Eavesdropping Case

Journalists Phones Hacked By Dutch Public Prosecutor

Dutch Newspaper NRC Handelsblad (NRC) reports that the Public Prosecutor has used “coercive measures” against journalists no less than 15 times over the past 3 years.  In information sourced from the Open Government Act, data reports that the coercive measures included; retrieving phone data, eavesdropping on telephone calls, and the requisition of journalistic materials. Ferdinand Grapperhaus … More Journalists Phones Hacked By Dutch Public Prosecutor

Scientists Claim ‘Sonic Attacks’ in Cuba Possibly Caused by Poorly Engineered Eavesdropping Devices

  Scientists believe the root of a ‘sonic attack’ that led to the US State Department recalling 21 employees and reducing staff from its embassy in Cuba could have just been ‘bad engineering.’ In September 2017, the State Department pulled 21 diplomats and their families out of Cuba and stopped issuing travel visas to the … More Scientists Claim ‘Sonic Attacks’ in Cuba Possibly Caused by Poorly Engineered Eavesdropping Devices

Children’s watches with “eavesdropping” function banned in Germany

The Federal Network Agency, (Bundesnetzagentur BNetzA) has today, in its role as the  German regulatory office for electricity, gas, telecommunications, post and railway markets, prohibited the sale of children’s watches that have an “eavesdropping” function.   Action has already already been taken against several offers on the internet. “Parents can use these children’s watches to listen in … More Children’s watches with “eavesdropping” function banned in Germany