Report: New Zealand company selling surveillance tech to global spies


A company headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand has played an integral role in global mass surveillance, according to a new report.

Based on documents and emails leaked to The Intercept, Endace has quietly been selling its technology to government agencies, allowing them to gather vast quantities of “private emails, online chats, social media conversations, and internet browsing histories.”

Founded in 2001, the company claims to deliver “the world’s best network monitoring and recording systems,” producing technology that can help clients intercept and monitor online traffic. It boasts “100 percent accurate capture and storage of network traffic.”  Read more…

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