Prime Minister John Key says bugging devices 'widespread'

Bugging devices ‘widespread’

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Prime Minister John Key says he too has been bugged, but won’t go into specifics about how often that has happened, where it occurred and who might have been responsible. His comments come as police in Sydney investigate the discovery of a listening device in a hotel meeting room used by the All Blacks. Mr Key said it had happened …

All Blacks Bugging Scandal: Sir Graham Henry - History of Spying in Elite Rugby

All Blacks Bugging Scandal: Sir Graham Henry – History of Spying in Elite Rugby

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Sir Graham Henry said there’s a history of spying at rugby’s highest level, but he’s never heard of an operation like the one that’s overshadowed the build-up to tonight’s Bledisloe Cup test. Police have been called in after a sophisticated listening device was discovered in the All Blacks’ team room at their Sydney hotel. The hotel is also investigating. Sir …

All Blacks say listening bug found in their Sydney hotel room ahead of Bledisloe Cup clash

All Blacks say listening bug found in their Sydney hotel room ahead of Bledisloe Cup clash

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A sophisticated bugging device has been found in an All Blacks’ hotel meeting room ahead of their Bledisloe Cup clash with the Wallabies, officials confirmed on Saturday. The device was planted inside a chair and found during a routine sweep of the room in the lead up to the opening Rugby Championship clash on Saturday night. New Zealand Rugby (NZR) …

Judge blasts FBI for bugging courthouse, throws out 200 hours of recordings

Judge blasts FBI for bugging courthouse, throws out 200 hours of recordings

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Another judge held that bugged courthouses in two East Bay counties were legal. The bugged courthouse. Redwood City, California. The FBI violated the Fourth Amendment by recording more than 200 hours of conversation at the entrance to a county courthouse in the Bay Area, a federal judge has ruled. Federal agents planted the concealed microphones around the San Mateo County Courthouse in 2009 and …