Case Pegasus: The Israeli company NSO calls for an international regulation of the espionage technology sector
Israeli society found itself this summer at the heart of the Pegasus scandal, of the name of its software that would have served to spy on journalists, Politicians or militants from different countries © Joel Saget / AFP The software allows to remotely access messages but also activate the microphone of the phone.
in preparation for the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing, the German Ski Association (DSV) has contacted the BND. © provided by sport1.de espionage at the Olympia: DSV gets tips at the BND
Schwäbisch Hall (SID) - in the preparation for the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing, the German Ski Association (DSV) has taken contact with the Federal Requestment Service (BND) . "We bring sensitive data," Alpine boss Wolfgang Maier explained on the edge of DSV teams in Schwäbisch Hall, so the association asked the foreign intelligence service as he behaved.
The "slack hats" would have advised the DSV to make his data about the growth of skis or material research "at home" and to take devices with China, "on which only the most necessary is on it," says Maier. To exclude espionage, the contact with the BND had been logical, Maier said. "Who should you ask for this? We had to turn to anyone."
The German ski jumper Stefan Horgacher sets his own method in the spying defense, he said in Schwäbisch Hall: "I've done my smart book, that's handwritten, it always works."
Turkish Government: Erdoğan explains German ambassadors to the unwanted person .
The Turkish President also wants to show the ambassador of the US and other states. Background is the demand of the other countries to free the cultural conveyor Osman Kavala. © AFLabi Sotünde / Reuters The Turkish President Erdoğan Erdoğan explains German ambassadors to the unwanted person Turkey has explained the ambassadors of Germany, the US and several other states to unwanted persons. He instructed the Foreign Ministry to explain the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.