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Recently released documents on the secret court case, between Yahoo and NSA revealed the search website would need to pay $250,000 per week over to the NSA, unless they gave into working with the NSA for the PRISM system. This is the first court case we have ...

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Edward Snowden is still living day-to-day life in Russia, as he looks for the United States to allow him back into the country, without facing a closed trial. In the time between, Snowden is continuing his fight against the NSA and surveillance worldwide. In an article posted ...

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The NSA has pushed various Internet companies into a corner, where they either face several court cases or accept their terms for handing over personal user data, to their secret surveillance centers in the United States. Yahoo, who fought the NSA and the US government in a ...

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The FBI detained Ross Ulbricht (Dread Pirate Roberts) a few months ago, in an attempt to locate the owner of the Silk Road. After finding the IP address, the FBI managed to take down the illegal website, selling various class A drugs and claim a large ...

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Gmail has once again been hacked, this time from Russian hackers, who posted the information of 4.93 million accounts and passwords to the Russian Bitcoin forum. It has since been picked up on Reddit threads for hacking, further pushing the information. The hack is still unconfirmed, but ...

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Reddit, Foursquare, Kickstarter, Etsy, Mozilla, Vimeo, Namecheap and others will raise awareness on September 10 in cooperation with Battle of the Net, regarding the upcoming decision by the FCC to introduce "fast-lanes" in the United States, allowing ISPs full control of traffic speed between the service ...

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Amazon has officially acquired Twitch.TV for $970 million, after two months of rumors claiming Google would be spending $1 billion on the video game broadcaster. Google was in talks with Twitch.TV, but somewhere along the line Amazon offered around the same price. No word on why Twitch ...

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The National Security Agency is looking to develop an automatic malware killer, capable of spotting malware on the Internet and destroying it, before it spreads. This has been tried before, but given the unique position of the NSA, it could work on a system level. Details of ...

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