A signals encryption system to thwart Echelon spying on Gaddafi
In April 2006, Ziad Takieddine introduced French electronics firm i2e, specialized in electronic warfare technology, to the Libyan regime of Colonel Gaddafi. The aim was to sell the Libyans a communications encryption system. The documents prepared for the Libyans by i2e boasted of the firm’s ability to counter-act the covert US-led global surveillance and communications interception system, Echelon.
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