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Latest leaks by NSA whistleblower reveal NSA’s global reach

EU countries might be formally outraged at the US bugging of EU officials both in America and Europe and NSA’s phone surveillance in general, but as news outlets …

EPIC petitions US Supreme court to stop NSA domestic phone spying

The Washington-based Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) has filed on Monday a petition with the US Supreme Court asking it to put a stop to the disclosure of the …

EU Parliament to launch inquiry into US surveillance programs

European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee will conduct an “in-depth inquiry” into the US surveillance programs, including the bugging of EU premises …

NSA hacking and spying on EU officials

Over the weekend, the German Der Spiegel published a report based on a document leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden that show that the US has been spying on EU …

Teaching a computer to play Memory advances security

Computer science researchers have programmed a computer to play the game Concentration (also known as Memory). The work could help improve computer security – and …

Another NSA internet and email data collection program revealed

As the hunt for Edward Snowden continues, and the NSA whistleblower is thought to be still located in the transit zone of the Moscow Sheremetyevo International Airport, …

Technology and the death of privacy

After the PRISM scandal broke, there were a lot of those who said “So what? I have nothing to hide”, but I am convinced that they didn’t do a lot of thinking …

U.S. senators propose new privacy bill following surveillance scandal

A group of U.S. senators lead by Senator and Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Patrick Leahy have introduced a new legislation that aims to improve government …

Snowden on the run, leaks continue unabated

The chase is on for whistleblower Edward Snowden and the U.S. government. After legally leaving Hong Kong for Moscow, and despite having his U.S. passport revoked, the former …

Skype’s Project Chess worked on letting U.S. agencies in

A lot has been said, written and claimed about Skype and the possibility that the U.S. government, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies have been given access to the …

Secret documents reveal broad extent of NSA domestic surveillance

Two more top secret NSA documents that Edward Snowden shared with reporters of The Guardian have revealed that his claims about what the agency’s analysts are authorized …

EU citizens’ data must be protected against US surveillance

The US PRISM internet surveillance case highlights the urgent need to pass legislation to protect EU citizens’ personal data, most MEPs agreed in Wednesday’s Civil …

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