A South Korean intelligence agent who was reportedly found dead Saturday of an apparent suicide said his overzealousness may have led to the current situation.
By Justin Ling
From the UK to Australia and America, Hacking Team tried to establish clients in a host of Western countries. But Canada might be the most susceptible to such malware, thanks to a barely-publicized legislative change about cyberbullying.
By Ben Bryant
Both national and regional British police enquired about intrusive surveillance technology, according to emails released as part of a huge cache of sensitive documents.
Since Sunday's leak, documents reveal that Mexico is by the far the Italian's company biggest client, paying $6.3 million for software that digital rights advocates say are illegal under Mexican law and could harm citizens' privacy.
In an email dated just one month ago, a Hacking Team field engineer in Colombia refers to a DEA program that is apparently monitoring all Internet traffic in the country. The DEA declined to comment.