Anonymous Dutch intelligence analyst said The Dutch use the U.S.'s PRISM surveillance program

An Anonymous Dutch Intelligence Analyst that worked at the AIVD in an specific case to track down Islamic extremists has told The Telegraaf that PRISM was used to collect information on targeted Dutch civilians. 

Dutch Intelligence service AIVD has an cyber challenge waiting for you

Have you ever wanted to work at an governmental institute where your job would be collecting

Dutch Military Intelligence dives into Cyber

Cyberterrorism: Online Jihadism important driving force behind global Jihad movement

The Internet has become a powerful catalyst for international violent Jihad in 2012, concludes th

The Netherlands wire-tapping the citizens

 Dutch wire-tapping  grew fast, in 2009 Justice and the AIVD tapped more than 3350 known internet & Vo-IP connections.

Tapping by the Dutch government has exploded the last years. In 2009 there were 335 internet taps placed on a number of 1.5 million connected users.

The average time of a internet tap was 27 days. This according to the figures that Webwereld has obtained from the National Management Foundation Organization Internet Providers (NBIP).


NBIP provides internet taps for 59 ISPs. The exact number of internet tap requests is still unknown.

Years ago the tapping rate in the Netherlands was 69 taps placed on a number of 1.5 million users. In 2009 this number is 335 this is a increase of 335 percent. The number of tap days increased significantly, from 2402 to 8920 an increase of 271 percent.