Heath said he and a colleague got messages from Apple Inc. warning them that their computers had been accessed by an unauthorized party, something he said he believed was an attempt to spy on him.
“I’m presuming it was some kind of surveillance,” he said in a telephone interview. “What we’re going to do is to get the computers forensically analyzed to see what if anything was taken out of them.”
He declined to say who he thought might be responsible.
Kroes was critical of her hosts when speaking before the forum on Wednesday, attacking the Azeri government for allegedly spying on activists through the Internet and “violating the privacy of journalists and their sources.”
Source: Yahoo News