Skype denies traffic snooping moves

Skype has denied reports it is changing its architecture to facilitate easier surveillance of communications over the company’s voice and video calling service by US authorities.

The fears were prompted after Skype unveiled plans to move its ‘supernodes’ — which act as relay stations and proxies for users on the peer-to-peer communications network — to Amazon Web Services infrastructure and ultimately to data centres operated by its new parent company, Microsoft.


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