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‘A criminal plot has been set in motion’: MACC chief says people are trying to discredit her for airing Najib phone calls
"I wish to send a clear message...that I will not be threatened or intimidated from carrying out my duty as the chief commissioner of the MACC."
‘Very childish’: Netizens split after MACC aired 1hr of damning Najib phone calls that could have been illegally taped
To the glee of some, lawyer Syahredzan Johan pointed out that the law permitting police surveillance in investigations was in fact enacted during Najib's time as Prime Minister.
Google quietly reinstated ToTok, a messaging app accused of being a spying tool for the UAE government
The New York Times published a report claiming that ToTok, a UAE-based messaging and voice call app, was a spying tool for the Emirati government.
Google and Apple have booted messaging app ToTok, which was downloaded millions of times and reportedly a UAE spy tool
Google said ToTok had violated its policies, while Apple says it is still investigating the app.
China’s Huawei endorsed an Emirati messaging app that reportedly tracked messages and photos sent by its millions of users
Huawei endorsed Emirati messaging app ToTok in digital ads. According to The New York Times, the app was used by the UAE to spy on its users.
In a huge blow to Trump, the DOJ watchdog found no evidence to support the claim that the FBI spied on his 2016 campaign
Trump has repeatedly, baselessly alleged that the FBI spied on his campaign and that President Barack Obama had intelligence officials tap his phones.
The defendants allegedly spied on more than 6,000 Twitter accounts beginning in 2015 at Saudi Arabia's behest.
Spies, suicide, and a clash at a cocktail party — here’s what we know about the scandal rocking Credit Suisse
The Swiss bank hired private investigators to tail top executive Iqbal Khan after he feuded with CEO Tidjane Thiam and joined local archrival UBS.
Even in the cynical world of covert intelligence, Israel’s apparent surveillance of the White House is considered a breathtaking violation
Israel is accused of plating spy devices in Washington, D.C., and even former intelligence workers that already see Israel as reckless are shocked.
Spies living openly after defecting from Russia happens ‘far more often than people would think,’ intelligence sources say
A former Russian official matching accounts of a CIA spy has been living in the US with his own name. Sources say it wouldn't be surprising.