As part of our research work on the use of hidden physical surveillance devices by law enforcement and intelligence agencies, we publish a list of found surveillance devices.
In this update, 11 cases from 1988 to 2013 have been added to the list. Also, we now include a “methodology” section, which explains how the list is constructed. Documentation was added on:
- A tracking device found under a car in Berlin (Germany) in july 1988
- GPS trackers found under three cars in Boulder (United States) in july 2003
- A surveillance device found in a car in Rovereto (Italy) in november 2004
- A surveillance device found in a car in Bologna (Italy) in march 2005
- A GPS tracker found under a car in Bad Oldesloe (Germany) in march 2007
- A GPS tracker found in a car in Berlin (Germany) in may 2007
- A GPS tracker found under the car of Marius Mason in Cincinnati (United States) in february 2008. About a month after the device was found, Marius Mason was arrested and later sentenced to 22 years in prison for arson attacks (more information available at supportmariusmason.org).
- A GPS tracker found under a car in Levin (New Zealand) in april 2010
- A tracking device found under a car in Lübeck (Germany) in april 2013
- A GPS tracker found under a car in Leipzig (Germany) in may 2013
- A GPS tracker found under a car in Stuttgart (Germany) in june 2013
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