Police in Belgium say they have seized almost 28 tons of cocaine with a street v…

Police in Belgium say they have seized almost 28 tons of cocaine with a street value of $1.65 billion after gaining access to an encrypted phone network used by criminals. “During a judicial investigation into a potential service criminal organization suspected of knowingly providing encrypted telephones to the criminal environment, police specialists managed to crack the encrypted messages from Sky ECC,” Belgian Federal Police said Monday. ⁠

(📸: Belgian Federal Police)⁠

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  1. Wait, I thought drugs only came in from Mexico? Whhhaaaaattttt??? 😂🤣😂🤣😂🙄🙄🙄

  2. If only they gained access to a network that traffics children. That should be the priority

  3. The police cracked something that violated privacy actually. Everyone should be concerned. Sky Global’s technical team modified the phones to remove GPS, camera, internet and voice communications, to secure the devices. While drug dealers have been known to use this. This brings into questions personal freedoms. If you’re a politician that flee’s Russia this is something you would buy to protect yourself. You need something that they cannot track. And this goes for all the fleeing politicians or people in general who use it to protect themselves. This is a breach of privacy. While yes it stopped drug dealers. But they also violated the people who Sky ECC was actually protecting..


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