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Monitoring computers and intercepting data is not new, nor is it easy

According to an official, despite the powers, unlike phone conversations, it is not easy to intercept Internet communication. Another complication is that most of these companies do not have servers in India.

‘Someone will have to go to court’

The former chief minister denied having ordered any phone tapping during his tenure,but welcomed a fair probe.


Pradeep Sharma asks SC for CBI probe into snooping tapes

The contents of the conversations,the plea said,would reveal the hostile attitude and malicious attitude of the state government.

Narendra Modi has lost moral right to be PM candidate: Congress on snooping row

Congress fielded its senior women leaders to demand probe by SC judge.

Cong,CPM target Modi over expose

The Congress and the Left Saturday targeted BJP’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi over the revelation of illegal surveillance of a young woman.

CPM seeks court-monitored probe

CPM on Saturday demanded a court-monitored probe into the illegal surveillance of a woman which was allegedly ordered by Narendra Modi.


MPs' panel calls up for phone records of officer,DoT hangs up

DoT: Only home secretary authorised as 'competent authority' to issue such orders.

3 satellite phones seized from foreigners

The J&K Police have seized three satellite phones from foreign nationals including a US citizen in Leh district.

9,000 orders for phone interception every month: Govt

On an average,the Union Home Ministry orders 250-300 telephone interceptions every day.

Govt to review Trai,Telegraph acts: Sibal

The telecom ministry today said it will review Trai Act and Indian Telegraph Act.