NSA

 
If we can't trust Kaspersky, can we trust Microsoft?
If we can't trust Kaspersky, can we trust Microsoft?
The past 10 years have made it clear that the internet - both the software that powers it and the software that runs on top of it - are fair game...
Snowden gets a handle on Twitter
Snowden gets a handle on Twitter
Since the first story of the United States’s National Security Agency’s (NSA) mass surveillance of Verizon phone records broke in June 2013, the...
SXSW: Assange, surveillance, and the world's wake-up call
SXSW: Assange, surveillance, and the world's wake-up call
All is not well in Technology Land. The normally ebullient mood at the annual SXSW Interactive conference is darker this year, weighed down by...
Snowden: Children born today will not know concept of privacy
Snowden: Children born today will not know concept of privacy
Former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who revealed details of electronic surveillance by American and British spy...
Brazil not considering asylum for Snowden
Brazil not considering asylum for Snowden
Brazil says it is not considering granting asylum to Edward Snowden even after the former US National Security Agency contractor offered on Tuesday...
Britain’s trying to shoot the messenger for NSA leaks
Britain’s trying to shoot the messenger for NSA leaks
At the heart of the questioning of Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger over the United States’s National Security Agency (NSA) leaks was an...
Spy agencies face political, legal battles
Spy agencies face political, legal battles
Revelations about the extent of the surveillance programmes undertaken by the United States’s National Security Agency (NSA) and Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters – as well as their efforts to undermine online security and encryption – have...
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...
Joe Public and his privacy
Joe Public and his privacy
Privacy as we knew it is dead. We live in an era where any form of interaction with a computer, tablet, smartphone or mobile phone network enables...
Brazil spied on US, Iran, Iraq, Russia
Brazil spied on US, Iran, Iraq, Russia
The Folha de Sao Paulo newspaper reported on Monday it had access to a document from the Brazilian Intelligence Agency, Abin, describing...
Snowden to work for mystery Russian website
Snowden to work for mystery Russian website
Edward Snowden's  lawyer said on Thursday that Snowden is set to start a job providing technical support at a major Russian...

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