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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 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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New leaks on the NSA global surveillance strategy have become available, thanks to whistleblower Edward Snowden (via The Intercept). The new details show how NSA contractors worked inside technology companies and government agencies, stealing information and lowering security barriers for the U.S. surveillance groups. The NSA documents point ...

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Edward Snowden has been on a tour of the video conferences, after the documentary CitizenFour was first shown at the New York Film Festival last week. Some of the new revelations on mass surveillance are hard to take in - especially when Snowden starts telling people ...

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Twitter is one of the only major social networks that has not been listed on NSA backdoor list, pushing for more openness in the US government. It looks like the government has not been up to scratch, and Twitter is now suing them for denying the ...

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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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