'BADASS' surveillance program let British, Canadian governments spy on smartphones
More information about government surveillance has come to light, and it seems that the British and Canadian governments apparently used special software filters to acquire sensitive smartphone user data from the servers of a number of advertising and analytics companies. The program, called BADASS, gathered unencrypted data sent to the companies from mobile devices, including those running Windows Phone The data collected by these companies can give whoever is looking at it a lot of information about individual users.
From The Intercept:
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By Jez Corden
Is he checking if Martin the janitor updates his phone?
They are spying idiots, everybody wants da powa above everybody.
I would have gone in instance if I we're the one spyed.
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