WikiLeaks Unveils 160 Firms’ Surveillance Gear Sales Docs, Still No Submissions System

Source: Forbes

WikiLeaks is still in the secret-spilling business. But not, apparently, in the business of accepting those secrets through the anonymous dropbox that was once its trademark.

The site on Thursday unveiled a new trove of 287 documents it’s calling the Spy Files, a collection of 287 digital surveillance firms’ marketing materials, price lists and catalogues,  a joint effort with Bugged Planet, The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, and Privacy International, and with a new cadre of media partners including the Washington Post, the Hindu, the Italian paper L’Espresso and the French news outlet OWNI. The documents, sorted by company name and dozens of types of surveillance such as spyware, Wifi interception, and cellphone forensics are broken down on the new page of WikiLeaks’ site.

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