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The FBI and Australian police have been secretly reading a secure chat app popular with organized crime for several years, since the app itself was created by the FBI. Criminals have been using the supposedly highly secure encrypted chat app ANOM, which was installed on mobile phones bought on the black market. The devices were stripped of all other functions and could only send messages via ANOM, which was becoming increasingly popular in criminal circles. #Newspaper
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