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Black Code: Inside the Battle for Cyberspace

If anyone knows what's really going on in cyberspace and which forces threaten stability and security, it's Ronald Deibert and his colleagues from the well known and reputed …

NSA tips off law enforcement, asks them to keep the practice secret

Just days after the NYT wrote about the NSA denying other federal intelligence agencies access to their surveillance tools comes the disclosure that a US Drug Enforcement …

German Minister calls for punishment of US companies involved in NSA spying

The revelations of mass online spying by US government agencies that involved cooperation from the British and the German governments and intelligence services, as well as the …

Snowden given asylum by Russia, leaves Moscow airport

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has been granted temporary asylum in the Russian Federation and has left the transit zone of Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, RT reports. …

New leaks say NSA can see all your online activities

If you have followed the unfolding of the NSA surveillance scandal, you have probably heard the mantra “It’s only metadata!” repeated many times by US …

Online privacy: How did we get here?

As technology has evolved over the past two centuries, so have our expectations about privacy. This new digital world allows us to connect with each other with increasing …

Feds to web firms: Hand over encryption keys and user passwords

The US government and its intelligence and law-enforcement agencies have apparently been trying to get Internet firms to hand over both their users’ account passwords …

US lawmakers shoot down legislation for limiting NSA spying

An amendment to the Department of Defense Appropriations Act of 2014 that would curtail funding for NSA’s collection of electronic communication data in cases where the …

Snowden free to leave Moscow airport

Edward Snowden, the NSA whistleblower who has been stuck in the transit zone of the Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport for the last month, has finally been given …

Many join EFF to sue NSA over illegal surveillance

Nineteen organizations including gun ownership advocates, and a broad coalition of membership and political advocacy organizations filed suit against the NSA for violating …

Trust me with your secrets

For little over a month, revelations about NSA wiretapping schemes have been hitting the news and and rattling the world. The fact that the NSA has access to so much data …

Microsoft helped NSA get around its encryption

It has been a bad month for US Internet giants, but things got even worse for Microsoft as the latest batch of NSA documents leaked by Edward Snowden revealed that the company …

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