Germany Wants to Use Spying Software for Private Computers
Deutsche Welle, 29 August 2007
According to two German daily newspapers, Germany's interior ministry plans police-controlled spying of private computers to combat terrorism. Keyboard movements and password entry could also be monitored.
Cologne's Stadt-Anzeiger (KSTA) and the national tageszeitung (taz) newspapers reported Wednesday that Germany's interior ministry wants to employ fake e-mails to allow agents to search private computers.