EU Agency Trains Cops Around the World How to Spy on Facebook Accounts, iPhones
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According to documents obtained by Privacy International, an EU law enforcement training agency called CEPOL is training police around the world how to spy on Facebook and iPhones. According to files obtained by the privacy group, some of the training was funded by EU aid coffers and went to countries with histories of human rights abuses. (Thomas Brewster / Forbes)
Related: Euractiv, iMore, Privacy International
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