Have you too been wiretapped?

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Has Telecom Italia wiretapped you? From today, you too can find out.
The blog puts at your disposal a search engine.
Anyone who has possibly been wiretapped, with the simple entry of his first name and surname will be able to find out if they are named in the 371 page document of the Milan Public Prosecution deposited on 14 July 2008. A basic document in the criminal trial against 34 people, including Ghioni, Mancini and Tavaroli and against two companies: Telecom Italia and Pirelli, but not of their administrators (?). The wiretapped person will find out on what page of the Prosecution document they are cited and they will be able to gain access to the document.
Those who have been spied on are about 5000 people, an average small provincial town, and they belong to all social classes. Bankers, journalists, managers, footballers. In the list there are also ministers and top level Carabinieri. Those who did the wiretapping didnít bother about anyoneís status, if they were to be wiretapped they were wiretapped. But they didnít take orders, they had no bosses. They used Telecom like a taxi without even paying the fare.
Tronchetti and Buora didnít know, couldnít ,didnít want to know. However they benefited from colossal salaries, bonuses e stock options.
The search engine can be used to find out if your next door neighbour has been wiretapped, or your wife, or your husband. You can discover a heap of stuff. If someone has been wiretapped and they donít know, you can send them an email with their data.
My lawyers tell me that whoever has been wiretapped can bring a court action against Telecom Italia. A prudent calculation of the compensation that the wiretapped could ask for with a class action is two billion euro. If I were Franco BernabŤ I would take action now, before a possible court case, with a letter of apology in the name of the company to all those who have been wiretapped and with compensation.

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Does this really work properly?

And if so, do they have this in other countries?

Posted by: Jerry Houtman | October 16, 2008 05:28 PM


Sorry but I do not think what is said is correct. I typed my name in the link and I found that my name gives no results. That's fine.
The problem is that if you type well-known names like Berlusconi Silvio or Prodi Romano, again, no results. And everybody knows that Romano Prodi's calls were listened to some weeks ago.
Roberta Barazza

Posted by: roberta barazza | October 3, 2008 05:48 PM


My lawyers tell me that whoever has been wiretapped can bring a court action against Telecom Italia. A prudent calculation of the compensation that the wiretapped could ask for with a class action is two billion euro. If I were Franco BernabŤ I would take action now, before a possible court case, with a letter of apology in the name of the company to all those who have been wiretapped and with compensation.

Beppe Grillo at 10:35 AM

AH,AH,AH!!

CAN'T BELIEVE MY EYES!!

Are you off your head, BEPPE??

Mr GRILLO had always asked everybody to be wiretapped over and over again for years and years and now he contraddicts himself inviting every wiretapped victim to bring a class action against Telecom Italia???


It doesn't make sense, does it??


What's up with you BEPPE??


Sorry mate, but it looks like you are a little bit confused!!

Too much money can sometimes make people sick, can't it?


Cheers

G.V.

Posted by: Giovanni Vestri | October 2, 2008 10:52 PM


Hey Beppe,
I love your blog!
I am an Italian journalism student living in Los Angeles, CA. I read your blog every day.
As far as wiretapping goes, we had the same problem too here in the States. As a matter of fact, right after 9/11 the Bush Administration decided to wiretapp people, especially minorities, for "security purposes". At a debate happened last year, many students and intellectuals reminded President Bush that it was uncostitutional(as we could not expect him to know that). I believe we still have wiretapping but only for people who work for the government(don't quote me on this). However, the Italian situation is scandalous! Why would they want to wiretapp citizens if not to have control over them? As if Mediaset wasn't enough!
Annie

Posted by: Annie Aguzzi | October 2, 2008 04:05 PM


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