EU worries that Greece’s spyware scandal is part of much larger problem

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A relatively new spyware known as Predator is at the center of a European wiretapping scandal, which has led the head of Greek intelligence and the prime minister's chief of staff to resign. While the prime minister denies his administration used Predator, Greek citizens are skeptical. And as The World's Durrie Bouscaren reports, the EU is scrambling to figure out how to regulate an industry that poses a growing threat to democracy.

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