Concerns about civil liberty violations are spreading after an unidentified hacker recently breached Securus Technologies and released the audio of an estimated 70 million phone conversations of USA prisoners -including communications between attorneys and their clients. “It is very important to note that we have found absolutely no evidence of attorney-client calls that were recorded without the knowledge and consent of those parties”, the firm said. Each call record included a link to a downloadable recording of the call. However, it is common practice to monitor prisoner phone calls for the objective of protecting individuals working in the prisons as well as those on the outside. Securus had been previously breached in 2014, the publication additionally revealed, “when someone hacked three calls made by an inmate named Aaron Hernandez, presumably the former player for the New England Patriots, who was awaiting trial for [allegedly] killing a friend”. It’s not the first indication that Securus may have been recording calls with attorneys. In a statement to the press, Securus Technologies officials say the company found no evidence of a hack, claiming its more likely someone with authorized access leaked the records. The cache of phone records was leaked via SecureDrop by […]
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