Thursday, January 12, 2017

FBI hacking used as evidence in the Norwegian cases – NRK

The u.s. federal police FBI has collected information about anonymous users that used the so-called dark web to seek out overgrepsmateriale of children.

the Leader in Forsvarergruppen in the bar association, Marius Dietrichson

Photo: Kay Rune Kvitstein / NRK

When the FBI got control of the server with the material, placed the spyware on the users and could thus trace them up.

the Method was not allowed in Norway, but evidence from the FBI is used in at least seven cases in Norway, including in the Operation the Dark Room, writes Adresseavisen. It gets the lawyers to respond.

Bevismiddelet is illegal for the prosecution in the Uk to use”, states Marius O. Dietrichson, who leads the forsvarergruppen in the bar association.

He emphasizes that he pronounces itself on the basis of the newspaper has informed.

Local police received the information from Kripos, who should not have stated how the information was collected.

– As the international contact point for the Norwegian police, we receive information from foreign law enforcement about the norwegians who may have committed criminal acts. We assume that information is obtained by the use of legal methods in the country in which it is obtained, ” explains Reinert Pattern Ottesen, who leads the legislative and påtaleenheten in Kripos.


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