According to a report from Cryptome, the digital library host that was created by the US as a repository for secret documents and material, US spy agency CIA has spied on 7.8 billion calls in Saudi Arabia, the Arab News reported.
Around 124.8 billion espionage operations were made by the US on a global scale during January 2013, which included Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Iraq, Egypt, Iran, Afghanistan, the Cryptome website said.
Although India was another country that registered more than a billion monitored calls, the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is sure he’s not one of them.
The U.S. National Security Agency has spied on over 35 unnamed world leaders according to recent reports but the Indian PM remains spy-proof as he doesn’t have a phone or an email address to hack.
A spokesperson for Singh told AFP that the PM’s office uses email, but he has no personal email and does not use a mobile phone, adding that they have no information and no cause for concern.