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India to soon deploy Netra internet spy system

Tuesday 17 December 2013 | 10:59 CET | News
The Indian defence ministry is planning to soon launch Netra, a new internet spy system, ETTelecom.com reported, citing a note from the telecom department. The system is capable of detecting words like 'attack', 'bomb', 'blast' or 'kill' in a matter of seconds from tweets, status updates, emails, instant messaging transcripts, internet calls, blogs and forums. It will also be able to capture any dubious voice traffic passing through software such as Skype or Google Talk. The Netra system is currently being tested and will be deployed by all national security agencies. It was developed by

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Countries: India
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