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Signals Snoops Can Read Official E-mail

Published onsdag 11 november 2009 kl 12.47
The National Defence Radio Establishment

The TT news bureau reports that several Swedish state agencies may soon find their e-mail monitored by the military signals spies.

The public agencies, as well as more than half of the country’s largest companies, all have their e-mail servers outside Sweden. That means that when the updated law on signals spying goes into effect soon, all their e-mail traffic will be available to the National Defence Radio Establishment, under a law intended to stop terrorism and organized crime.

According to TT, only 45 percent of those agencies and companies encrypt their communications. The main reasons for using e-mail servers outside the country is to take advantage of external spam filters or because international companies want to centralize their operations.

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