WikiLeaks has published documents apparently detailing how the CIA hacks into web servers, computers, smartphones and now TVs, using these tools to spy on people.
The CIA has refused to comment.
The Right2Know’s Murray Hunter elaborates on the technical savvy behind this.
These appear to be targeted surveillance means, an attempt for instance to develop malware that can be downloaded onto a particular individual device in order to bypass an encryption they have.— Murray Hunter, Right2Know national coordinator
But that does mean we are talking about people who are being directly targeted. It doesn't necessarily mean your average Joe is going to have the CIA tapping him like this.— Murray Hunter, Right2Know national coordinator
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