Watching Nato spy pictures

Thursday, 13 June 2002, 10:42 PM EST

Nato surveillance flights in the Balkans are beaming their pictures over an insecure satellite link - and anyone can tune in and watch their operations live.

The discovery was made last November by John Locker, a satellite enthusiast in north west England.

He told Newsnight that he spent months e-mailing and faxing US and other Allied military officers to warn them of the dangers before finally deciding to go public.

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