“Hacking Team shouldn’t be a fucking religion that if you wanna leave you’re an infidel or a traitor."
The operations of the spy tech company’s customers are all “down” and “stalled.”
In three years, and spending almost $1 million on it, the DEA only used Hacking Team's spyware 17 times.
Leaked emails show the agency wasn’t too interested in using the surveillance tool.
Internal emails prove the company had control over its customers’ surveillance infrastructure, tagging malware and servers.
Leaked emails provide some insight into why the FBI has been buying from Hacking Team.
The spy tech company claims it has replaced its systems and is readying a new version of its spyware.
Full transcript of our interview with Hacking Team in Milan.
We hung out with Hacking Team in Milan.
A sprawling network of resellers helped Hacking Team get its spy tech into the hands of a long list of government clients.
The surveillance company says whoever hacked it also unleashed dangerous tools that can now be used by criminals, but experts are skeptical.
The hacked surveillance company speaks out.