SBU reported suspicions to “detectives” who listened to and monitored Ukrainians
The Security Service of Ukraine reported its suspicions to the co-founder and employee of the detective company, who listened to and monitored the citizens.
This is stated in the message from the State Security Service of Ukraine in the city of Kiev and the Kiev region
“Investigators of the security services of Ukraine have completed a preliminary investigation into the case of the private security company in the capital, whose representatives have carried out secret wiretapping and video surveillance of citizens,” the statement said.
Investigators said the co-founder of the company, along with his subordinate, sold information with limited access for cash. In particular, the defendants sold clients printed telephone connections and data from closed databases.
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The cost of several days of traffic per telephone number was 8,000 hryvnia, information from the database – 10,000 hryvnia for 4 citizens, tracking material for one person – 50,000 hryvnia per day.
The co-founder of the company has been notified of suspicion under Part 3 of Art. 27, part 1, section 182 (violation of privacy), part 2 of section 361-2 (unauthorized marketing or distribution of information with limited access, which is stored in electronic computers (computers), systems automated, computer networks or on media of this information), to his subordinate – under Part 1 of Art. 182 (violation of privacy).
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The preliminary inquiry is over, it is planned to refer the indictment to the court.
SBU agents denounced the attackers in December of last year.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru