The U.S. postal service might be one of the least likely targets for a cyber-attack, but The Washington Post is reporting a breach into the system, revealing employee data and information on the structure of the service. More importantly, the investigation being handled by the FBI points to Chinese ...

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Glenn Greenwald spoke at C-Span earlier this week, discussing some of the issues with mass surveillance, spying and governments. In a Q&A shortly after, Greenwald got asked "why Edward Snowden does not use Facebook?" According to Greenwald, Snowden does not use Facebook because it is one of ...

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Microsoft Office looks to be back on the table as one of Redmond's major products, after launching Office 365 on iPad and Android, the company is now working on bringing Dropbox integration, unlimited OneDrive storage and the Mac suite. Microsoft Office for Mac will be available in ...

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The National Security Agency has another court case upcoming in Washington D.C., where an appeal court will hear from different advocacy and pro-privacy groups, who see the mass collection of phone records as a defamation of fourth amendment. Arguments will focus on the right for the NSA ...

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The FBI has been pushing for Apple and Google to stop encrypting their devices and now they're looking to change the rules of law, in order to carry out surveillance on targets inside and outside the U.S. without the need for warrants. This new move has tried ...

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The GCHQ has said some outlandish statements over the past month, the most questionable being the Director Sir Iain Lobban claiming the security and spying agency does not administer "mass surveillance" on the public. Privacy International and other anti-surveillance groups have challenged the UK government, and it ...

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The finer details of the relationship between Google, Apple and the NSA remain behind closed doors, with one-side (Snowden) claiming there was either back-door access or hacking, and the other claiming the NSA did not have any access to data. It looks like whatever relationship the two ...

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The GCHQ has been targeted by Edward Snowden in his latest round of video calls, calling the U.K surveillance worse than the U.S. NSA. This is largely due to not having a constitution to defend privacy in the U.K, allowing the government to tap into wireless ...

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