The tech world is once again asking The Obama Administration to push for the end of mass data collection by the NSA on U.S. citizens, following the end of the Patriot Act Section 215 on June 8. In a new open letter signed by some of the ...

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Canada’s own surveillance agency has not been documented as much as the U.S. National Security Agency and U.K. Government Communications Headquarters, but in a new report from The Intercept citing Edward Snowden’s leaked documents, it shows Canada’s covert operations stretch across the globe and are a ...

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The UK metropolitan police force has declared Edward Snowden leaks to be a state secret, due to the potential terrorist threats if information is leaked out about government surveillance plans. It follows a year long investigation into not only Edward Snowden, but The Guardian journalists responsible for ...

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When Edward Snowden left the Hong Kong hotel into the United Nations asylum, it took a few months for him to find a country willing to accept the baggage. Germany was reportedly looking into housing Snowden, but the United States warned them to not accept the whistleblower ...

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One of the arguments put forward by the surveillance groups in Five Eyes Defeat—consisting of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K. and the U.S.—is that it does not target any individual that goes against the government, it is simply used for terrorist monitoring. In a new report ...

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The GCHQ (Government Communication Headquarters) is under a series of investigations from various UK and European organizations, following Edward Snowden’s mass surveillance leaks showing the British intelligence service’s involvement in all stages, helping the NSA and Five Eyes Defeat. Snowden even claimed the GCHQ was far worse ...

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The Wikimedia Foundation is going on an all-out offensive against the National Security Agency (NSA) and Department of Justice (DOJ) for the global surveillance network created by the NSA with partners in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, essentially covering the entire world. The surveillance ...

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Apple has announced several products at the March 9 event, including a new 12-inch MacBook, the Apple Watch prices and a new ResearchKit for a fundamental leap in medical research. Kicking the event off was HBO’s CEO Richard Plepler, announcing that the standalone streaming service HBO Now ...

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