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Published: Saturday 24 August, 2013

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LONDON newspaper report that British eavesdropping agency GCHQ repeatedly hacked into foreign diplomats phones and emails has prompted an angry response from traditional rival Russia and provoked demands for an investigation from Turkey and South Africa.



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Although spying on diplomats is as old as diplomacy itself, the Guardian report laid out in explicit detail steps taken by GCHQ to monitor foreign officials conversations in real time, saying that British spies had hacked emails, stolen passwords and gone so far as to set up a bugged Internet cafe in an effort to get an edge in highstakes negotiations.



The Guardian cited more than half a dozen internal government documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden as the basis for its reporting on GCHQ intelligence operations, which it says involved, among other things, hacking into the South African foreign ministry computer network, targeting the Turkish delegation at the 2009 Group of 20 summit in London and using the vast spying base at northern England Menwith Hill to monitor the satellite communications of Russian balenciaga velo bag leader Dmitry Medvedev. and British special services tapped then President Dmitry Medvedev phone at the 2009 G20 summit. denies it, but we can trust them, Alexei Pushkov, the Kremlinconnected chief of foreign affairs committee in the lower house of Russian parliament, wrote on his Twitter feed Monday.



Turkey Ministry of Foreign Affairs called the report alarming, saying in a statement that if the story was true will evidently constitute a scandal.



The report was awkwardly timed, coming as Britain opened the G8 summit, a meeting of the world leading economies that include Russia, in Northern Ireland on Monday. The allegation that the United Kingdom previously used its position as host to spy on its allies and other attendees could make for awkward con balenciaga velo bag versation as the delegates tackle the issues of Syria, taxes and free trade.



diplomatic fallout from this could be considerable, according to British academic Richard J. Aldrich, whose book charts the agency history.



Speaking at the G8 summit, Prime Minister David Cameron declined to address the issue.



never comment on security or intelligence issues and I am not about to start now, he said. don make comments on security or intelligence issues. That would be breaking something that no government has previously done.



It wasn completely clear how Snowden would have had access to the British intelligence documents, although in one article the Guardian mentions that source material was drawn from a topsecret internal network shared by GCHQ and the NSA. Aldrich said he wouldn be surprised if the GCHQ material came from a shared network accessed by Snowden, explaining that the NSA and GCHQ collaborated so closely that in some areas the two agencies effectively operated as one.



One document cited by the Guardian but not posted to its website appeared to boast of GCHQ tapping into smartphones. The Guardian quoted the document as saying that against BlackBer balenciaga velo bag ry provided advance copies of G20 briefings to ministers. It went on to say that targets from all nations have an MO a habit of using smartphones, adding that spies this use at the G20 meetings last year. No further details were given, but the reference to key logging suggested that computers at the cafe would have been preinstalled with malicious software designed to spy on key strokes, steal passwords and eavesdrop on emails. balenciaga velo bag

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