Britain spied on G20 leaders: newspaper

A British newspaper reported on Sunday, 16, that the government of Great Britain intercepted calls and monitored computers used by international authorities who passed through the country.

According to the Guardian, the actions took place in 2009, when delegates from the Group of 20 were in London for a financial and summit meeting. They would have been spied on while using cybercafs prepared in advance by British intelligence agencies.

As reported by Reuters, the Guardian claims to have had access to confidential documents that explain how the actions took place. The order would have come from the high scale – the government, at the time, was led by then Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

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