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‘Spy software’: Tech wiz caught in global hacking witch-hunt

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Farhad Azima, 79, an American who made his fortune in the airline industry and who has flown weapons to the Balkans and navigated Washington’s power circles, claims in court that two computer software companies based in Noosa Heads, owned by Christopher Nathan Drake, 53, from Verrierdale in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, created spy software that was used by criminals to discredit him in a UK court case that cost him $4.1m. This week Queensland Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Wilson…



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