The Los Angeles Times recently published an article that really grabbed our attention…

A Canadian researcher has discovered that a Chinese version of Skype software spies of text chats and flags chats containing words such as “Tibet”, “democracy”, and “milk powder”.

Both privacy advocates and security experts are concerned that Skype, though presented as a “secure channel of communication,” has some kind of “back door” that allows for eavesdropping. Whether “skypetapping” is already going on in the U.S. and Europe, is a matter that the company has equivocated on for years.

To read this thought-provoking article in full, click here.


Posted in: Miscellaneous, Privacy, Uncategorized on October 6, 2008

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