VODAFONE says 760 interception warrants were issued on its services in FIJI in 2013. The company has admitted the existence of secret wires around the world that allow government agencies to listen to all conversations on its networks. It will publish its first Law Enforcement Disclosure Report in an attempt to push back on governments using its broadband and phone lines to spy on citizens, British newspaper The Guardian said. The Guardian has produced a chart that showed in 2013 there were 760 interception of phones in FIJI. The report from Vodafone is likely to include greater detail on FIJI interceptions.
In 2011, Ratu Tevit Mara had accused Vodafone Fiji of colluding with regime, claiming he witnessed Bainimarama reviewing transcripts of Fijians private conversations:
Vodafone Fiji denied tapping or intercepting saying Mara's claims were false and baseless, and company didn't have the technological capabilities to snoop on Fijian citizens:
Fijileaks Editor: The e-mail exchanges were published by Crosbie Walsh at http://crosbiew.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/ratu-maras-latest-accusation-evolution.html