Just you? No. New federal court filing shows big tech SPIED ON Donald Trump; infiltrated Trump home
As residents and visitors to Las Vegas, and across Nevada, are dealing with the fallout from revelations relating to domestic surveillance operations being utilized against them by local, state, and national law enforcement and intelligence agencies, Donald Trump can now be counted among the many private citizens who have seen tech and government pry into their lives.
On February 11, 2022 a stunning complaint was unveiled in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, where the United States of America in a criminal case against Michael A. Sussmann alleges that an unidentified technology executive and other associates exploited data services connected to then future President Donald J. Trump's Manhattan office and apartment for the, "purpose of gathering derogatory information about Donald Trump."
The entire filing can be found here at the non-profit Court Listener legal website.