Monday, October 3, 2011

Kenya Intelligence Service Wants What Everyone Else Has

Here's a quaint notion... 

Tourist testing indigenous eavesdropping device.
Kenya - Imagine living in a country where Government operatives eavesdrop into your telephone calls at will. (Hard to imagine a country where they can't.) They listen to your intimate chat with a friend and snoop into a briefing with your boss.

Intelligence officers raid your home without a warrant, perform searches, cart away items and plant eavesdropping devices.

Scary as it may seem, this could become reality if the National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS) has its way. (more)