Spying

World Cup host Qatar used ex-CIA officer to spy on FIFA

Qatar sought an edge in securing hosting rights from rivals like the US and Australia by hiring a former CIA officer to spy on other bid teams and key soccer officials who picked the winner in 2010.

published on : 23rd November 2021

DRDO espionage case: One of 5 accused received money from Dubai account

The informers had initially established links through Facebook messenger before exchanging information frequently through WhatsApp, Crime Branch ADG Sanjeeb Panda said.

published on : 21st September 2021

Mamata sets up commission to probe Pegasus snooping row

The decision to form a panel, with retired judges as its members, was taken at a special cabinet meeting chaired by the chief minister during the day.

published on : 26th July 2021

Like British days, business of spying continues: Youth Congress 

Cadres of the Indian Youth Congress on Monday protested against the central government following media reports on the use of Pegasus spyware.

published on : 20th July 2021

Question for Denmark: Why could the US allegedly eavesdrop?

The probe, codenamed “Operation Dunhammer,” concluded that NSA had eavesdropped on political leaders and officials in Germany, France, Sweden and Norway.

published on : 1st June 2021

Poland: Huawei ex-exec, expert accused of spying for China

Wang and Durbajlo were arrested by Polish authorities in January 2019 and accused of spying for China under the cover of seeking business deals for China's technology giant Huawei.

published on : 1st June 2021

China rejects torture claim in trial of Australian writer

The case has added to strains in Chinese-Australian relations that are at their chilliest in decades following disputes over technology, security and the coronavirus.

published on : 1st June 2021

US didn't spy on India's ASAT test: Pentagon

Aircraft Spots, which monitors military air movements, had said that a US Air Force's reconnaissance aircraft from its base in Diego Garcia went for a ''mission" in the Bay of Bengal.

published on : 30th March 2019

Ultra-conservative Saudi Arabia outlaws spying on spouse's phone

Saudi Arabia on Monday announced 'spying' on your spouse's phone is now a criminal offence potentially punishable by a hefty fine -- and a year in jail.

published on : 2nd April 2018

'Release of memo on FBI, US Justice Department's missteps risks revelation of British spying methods'

The four-page memo reportedly reveals abuse at the FBI and Justice Department in the surveillance of a member of Trump's presidential campaign with Russia ties.

published on : 2nd February 2018