The capabilities that were presumed to only be in the hands of national intelligence agencies now can be had by nearly anyone who can come up with the money.
US-Israeli Security Company Selling Mobile Phone Surveillance Products To Agencies Around The World
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December 18, 2013

Via Techdirt:

Privacy International, which has done a very thorough job digging into the backgrounds of the many private companies involved in the surveillance "industry" around the world, has just released a promotional document from the American-Israeli Verint, a security company that provides NSA-level cell phone surveillance power to entities around the world.

[A] scaled down version of this system is also being sold by private surveillance contractors to the highest bidder. The company behind it? Israeli-American company Verint. Their Skylock technology claims to have the ability to "Remotely locat...

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