Vodafone reveals direct wiretaps http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27732743
Vodafone has said that a small number of governments have direct access to communications flowing over its networks.
Most countries Vodafone operates in need a warrant to intercept communications, the firm said.
However, in some countries police have a direct link to customer’s phone calls and web communications.
Surveillance by governments has been in the public eye since revelations by US whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Vodafone said it values customer privacy, but it must comply with laws “designed to protect national security and public safety”.
Vodafone kiest edoch voor de klant en heeft beveiliging erop aangepast! Ivm de privacy.