Company says it had the right to crack open the Hotmail account of an unnamed blogger as an investigation measure in Windows 8 espionage case, because he was selling Windows Server activation keys.
Such an invasion of privacy by accessing Hotmail correspondence Microsoft called an “exceptional" step.
“Limited review” of the blogger’s mail account, whose name is kept secret, was a part of an investigation of a larger espionage case against Windows and had proved blogger illegally selling Microsoft IP. The unnamed blogger (from France) had been provided Windows 8 RT source code by Alex Kibalko, Microsoft's employee by then.Read more
Representatives of Obama‘s Administration continue to insist that spying on Americans is not a violation of constitutional rights of citizens and carried out exclusively in the interests of national security.
However, Chris Kitts, the father of beforeitsnews.com, believes that the obtained information is used not only for security purposes.
According to Chris Kitts, Washington creates “The machine for the implementation blackmail. Now they have access to the emails of people who are in the data store in Utah.Read more