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The private intelligence sector makes millions, if not billions year on year by selling its spy tracking software, secretive hardware, and phone tapping and computer hacking wares to state intelligence services.
Often sold to the highest bidder without consequences, these companies can support civil rights breaking governments, and be used by state agencies to spy on its own citizens.
One of these companies, the Gamma Group, which alleged links to the repressive Egyptian regime that was dismantled by the recent Arab Spring revolution, is one of many companies that offers states and governments this capability.
This gallery will show you exactly how the Gamma Group can infiltrate your hard drives, mobile phones and even your applications.
To read more about the private intelligence sector, and the recent video releases in the Wikileaks' 'Spy Files', click here.