US accuses Chinese nationals of hacking COVID-19 data, defense secrets

Beijing has repeatedly denied hacking the United States and other rival powers.

NOT JUST yet. People hold Catalan flags during a protest last year.
Catalan's separatist leader claims to be victim of phone tap espionage

A spokesman for Torrent said he was "not involved in criminal activity such as terrorism or drug trafficking that would justify a judicial order to intervene on his phone."

Germany says suspected Egyptian spy had no access to sensitive data

The employee had access to general information relating to a programme that allows each legislator to bring 50 people from their constituency for a parliamentary visit each year.

A demonstrator gestures to a Lebanese police officers during a protest
Lebanese activist on trial for allegedly collaborating with Israel

Multiple activists have been arrested for making anti-government statements.

Germany accuses Iran, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Russia, China of espionage

Syria suspected of using migrants as agents to infiltrate Germany

Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends the Gulf Cooperation Council's (GCC) 40th Su
Pro-Israel Saudi journalist accused of espionage, asks for protection

The journalist's citizenship was withdrawn in December with no reason given.

Russia jails ex-US marine Paul Whelan for 16 years over espionage

Russia says Whelan was caught red-handed with a computer flash drive containing classified information.

The Operative, Diane Kruger on the right, Martin Freeman on the left
Opaque characters

‘The Operative’ takes the fun out of the spy game

People pose in front of a display showing the word 'cyber' in binary code, in this picture illustrat
Ex-IDF intelligence soldiers may be aiding Israel's enemies - journalist

Alumni of the 8200 Unit, which develops hacking tech, are high profile targets for foreign regimes wanting to exploit Israeli expertise for their own gain.

Front page of the Belgian De Morgen newspaper, October, 2000
Belgian daily accuses Jewish lawmaker of spying for Israel

Bart Eeckhout leveled the allegation against Michael Freilich in an op-ed titled “Anti-Semitism” that was published Saturday in the left-leaning De Morgen newspaper

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