Forty telephone taps placed by XS4All customers

Tuesday 10 June 2014 | 13:26 CET | News
The number of taps placed at XS4All customers doubled in 2013 compared to the year before, rising to one email, 20 internet and 40 telephone taps, according to the Transparency Report 2013. The ISP also received an additional 68 historical customer data requests, including name, address and bank details. Around 19 internet traffic and email requests were filed, looking for information on who called whom and for how long. Customers had to provide a forensic cop, or fully hard drive or webserver copy, a total of two times. XS4Aall said the measures affected less than 0.03 percent of its

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: XS4ALL
Countries: Netherlands
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