espionage

 
Businessman, spy, apartheid’s friend?
Businessman, spy, apartheid’s friend?
When the dust settled around the koppie at Marikana on August 16 2012, 34 mineworkers lay dead and a further 78 injured. This was the single...
Big Brother is listening – on your phone
Big Brother is listening – on your phone
Among a row of business offices in Sunninghill, Sandton, sits an unnamed, unnumbered three-storey building. It seems out of place: against the...
Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure
Guardian editor tells Parliament Snowden data is secure
Britain's Guardian newspaper has published less than 1% of the information leaked by US whistle-blower Edward Snowden and kept...
Assange files charges against US spy
Assange files charges against US spy
Media reports on Wednesday said the spying at the Chaos Computer Club's 2009 annual congress was made public when the ex-Marine gave...
Bradley Manning: I'm sorry that my actions have hurt people
Bradley Manning: I'm sorry that my actions have hurt people
"I'm sorry that my actions have hurt people and have hurt the United States," he told a military judge, Colonel Denise Lind, at a...
[Video]Pimples: Snowden plays catch-me-if-you-can
[Video]Pimples: Snowden plays catch-me-if-you-can
Whistleblower Edward Snowden possesses the cunning skills needed to survive the world of espionage. But even America's most wanted needs an ally.
US wants Snowden arrested for espionage
US wants Snowden arrested for espionage
Confirming a report in the Washington Post, a US official told AFP on Friday that a sealed criminal complaint has been lodged...
Spy wars: South Africa is not innocent
Spy wars: South Africa is not innocent
South Africa spies on visiting foreign officials and diplomats to gain the advantage in negotiations, just as Britain spied on South African...
SA knew UK was spying on it in 2009
SA knew UK was spying on it in 2009
As soon as it became aware of the surveillance by the United Kingdom's Government Communications Headquarters, it took measures to strengthen...
Ten things about surveillance
Ten things about surveillance
1. . It was first used in English in the 1800s.
Law cannot keep up with spying tech
Law cannot keep up with spying tech
It is also used against enemies.
Spying: SA's outcry over spying rings hollow
Spying: SA's outcry over spying rings hollow
It's difficult to know whether to laugh or cry at the latest ­revelations of espionage, committed by the Americans and the British, and...

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