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New Zealand is one of the lesser known parts of the Five Eyes Defeat, a secret organization of five countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, U.K. and U.S., all focused on creating a global surveillance network under the guise of the ‘anti-terrorism act’, or Patriot Act in ...

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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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Netflix has been fighting for net neutrality in the United States for the past few years, determined to make sure Comcast, AT&T and other broadband companies cannot force internet services to pay more for data speeds to customers. Even with these strong commitments in the U.S., it ...

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Google is looking to create a way to connect four billion people still without basic internet access to the rest of the world, by utilizing hot-air balloons filled with LTE signals, capable of transmitting up to 20mbps to customers. This is known internally as Project Loon and ...

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The Federal Communications Commission has voted in favor of the strongest net neutrality laws by three to two, in a landslide victory for consumer advocacy groups and net neutrality supporters who have battle for months to get the vote passed. New laws will go into effect later ...

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On the most celebrated night in movies in the United States, director Laura Poitras, journalist Glenn Greenwald and some of team who worked on Citizenfour went on stage to accept the Oscar for 'Best Documentary'; following the change in Edward Snowden's life following the revelations of ...

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Twitter has a major abuse problem, allowing hate groups and angry trolls to torment individuals on the microblogging site for mere opinions they hold. This readily available platform has become populated by users who think hateful comments can stay online without any sort of punishment, and ...

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The UK government has tried to slyly add more surveillance laws into the House of Lords, pushing 18-pages of the Communications Data Bill, a law rejected in 2012 due to its aggressive and broad surveillance implementations. The Communications Data Bill looks to add way more surveillance and ...

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