The NSA has been able to backdoor smartphones for a good few years, but iOS 8 and KitKat have put a stop to this. New mobile encryption on both Android and iOS will remove the possibility of law enforcement getting hold of personal information. This encryption goes ...

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Microsoft has announced Windows 10 at their San Francisco event earlier today. The announcement came as a surprise, mostly due to the name. Microsoft decided to skip past Windows 9 and look towards Windows 10, an OS that will fit on any type of device. The pitch ...

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The creator of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, wants to establish a Bill of Rights for the Internet. Speaking at the "Web We Want" festival in London, Berners-Lee said we need to establish a Magna Carta, in order to protect users of the Internet. This ...

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Australia has just passed the first of three new bills, pushing for more unwarranted surveillance of the mass population, less privacy and less security around personal data, all under the cloak of "counter terrorism" according to the Australian Senate. The first bill will grant more power to Australian ...

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Australia is one of the five countries listed in the "Five Eyes Defeat", a mass surveillance collective, which works on the X-Keyscore system. In preparation for the mass surveillance push, Australia has pushed three bills into the Senate. The first of the three bills, called the National Security ...

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Edward Snowden's leaks on the Five Eyes Defeat and X-Keyscore, revealed the NSA (US) is not a lone actor in the mass surveillance, but the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Canada are working alongside, building a huge system of information. OpenMedia.ca is looking to take the Canadian ...

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The Alibaba Group recently had one of the most successful initial public offerings ever on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), rising above 35 percent in one day and currently sitting at $90, a $22 per share increase since the beginning of the IPO. Most analysts knew ...

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The European Court of Human Rights is becoming a core spot for anti-surveillance groups, to try and fight back against the United Kingdom's mass surveillance systems, shared with groups like the NSA and New Zealand's GCSB. A few days ago, the Bureau of Investigative Journalism sent a ...

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