Exclusive | Police Spying on Israelis Online via Secret Backdoor

Documents obtained by Haaretz reveal that police have for years required internet providers to allow them to track users or websites through a special system ■ Police do not deny report, say they work in accordance with the law

Oded Yaron
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The police require internet and cellphone providers to give them access to the online data of any website or anyone in Israel, documents obtained by Haaretz and confirmed by sources with knowledge of the technology and its inner workings revealed Sunday.

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