TBD | The FBI Made a Phone Network. It Was A Trap.

In 2021, one of the largest global law enforcement operations took place. It was all thanks to an encrypted phone service known as Anom, which was secretly run by the FBI. 


The program was a wild success. But did the agency take it too far? 


Guest: Joseph Cox, investigative reporter for 404 media and author of “Dark Wire, the Incredible True Story of the Largest Sting Operation Ever”


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