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Internet privacy service Tor warns users of attack

Tor, the free Internet privacy network that aims to protect its users' anonymity, announced on Wednesday that many of those users may have been identified by government-funded researchers.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins

BitTorrent unveils 'NSA-proof' Bleep software

San Francisco - BitTorrent has unveiled a new decentralized messaging platform specifically designed to protect user metadata and anonymity.
In the Media by Brett Wilkins

BlackBerry only brand that meets German government's security

Good news for BlackBerry as German Chancellor Angela Merkel presents a tap-proof BlackBerry that she wants more Germany’s Federal Ministry of the Interior officials to use.
In the Media by Milton Este

Op-Ed: Is Snowden trying to incite world against U.S., UK and Israel?

Numerous Islamic websites and a number of other independent sites have reported in the last few days that former NSA and CIA agent Edward Snowden has now allegedly revealed that British, American and Mossad worked together in training the leader of ISIS.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 11 comments

Op-Ed: U.S. German spy scandal — less obvious problems for NSA

Berlin - The recent finding of two U.S. agents in Germany has set off a true catfight, but one which is raging beneath the surface in reality. Germany found a double agent in its ranks, then identified a US operative in Germany.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 7 comments

Snowden has applied to extend Russia stay: lawyer

Moscow - Fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden has formally requested to stay in Russia past July 31, when his one-year asylum status expires, his lawyer said on Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP

Files show NSA collects more data on U.S. citizens than targets

Newly released documents show that the communications of everyday Internet users were targeted by the National Security Agency (NSA) far more times than communications from legally targeted individuals.
In the Media by Greta McClain - 2 comments

Anger over reports German double-agent spied for US

Berlin - German authorities have arrested a suspected double-agent accused of spying for the US on a parliamentary panel investigating NSA surveillance, media reports said Friday.
In the Media by Kate Millar (AFP)

NSA foreign data sweep legal, valuable: Panel

Washington - The National Security Agency's vast data collection program targeting foreign nationals is a largely legal, valuable tool in fighting terrorism, a watchdog panel said.
In the Media by Rob Lever (AFP)

Secret documents say NSA had broad scope, scant oversight

Washington - The US National Security Agency has been authorized to intercept information "concerning" all but four countries worldwide, top-secret documents say, according to The Washington Post.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. lawmakers pass bill to curb NSA surveillance

Washington - The U.S. House of Representatives approved a bill that would restrict the electronic surveillance powers of the National Security Agency (NSA).The margin was wide, 293 to 123, for the bill attached to the defense budget for 2015, which begins October 1.
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: Snowden, the World Economy and Foreign Spying

We all want a free share of information and government transparency inside the country. However the cost of the foreign spying reveal was larger than many people realize.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

German MPs vote to quiz Snowden in Moscow

Berlin - German deputies probing US spying said Thursday they would seek to question fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden in Moscow within the next four weeks.
In the Media by AFP

Protonet smashes funding goals and NSA surveillance

The Protonet project promised donators a way to protect themselves from NSA spying and received 750K Euros in a little under one and a half hours. This broke previous world records and sent their funding through the roof.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel - 2 comments

Op-Ed: Snowden is the definition of a patriot

The opinion of Edward Snowden is wide ranging. Some call him a traitor, others call him a patriot. The truth sits firmly in the latter. Edward Snowden is a red, white and blue patriot whose act of civil disobedience came at a price everyone should revere.
In the Media by Ben Morris - 2 comments

NSA, GCHQ collecting photos, Snowden papers show

In the latest example of the continued erosion of personal privacy, both the US and UK spy agencies have been collecting millions of images for use in their facial recognition programs.
In the Media by Martin Laine - 1 comment

The NSA is harvesting millions of images of faces daily

It has been revealed that America's National Security Agency is collecting millions of images of faces from web searches each day.
In the Media by James Walker - 1 comment

Names of American citizens spied on by NSA to be published

Glenn Greenwald, who assisted Edward Snowden in collecting information about illegal wiretapping done by the NSA, is about to publish the names of all Americans the NSA has spied on.
In the Media by William Suphan - 2 comments

California introduces bill to end NSA's warrantless spying

A bill has been introduced in California which seeks to put an end to the warrantless collection of emails, texts and other private information.
In the Media by William Suphan

Op-Ed: Is there a reason to not freak out about the NSA?

There are plenty of reasons to freak out about the spying being done around the internet. There are also plenty of reasons to not freak out about it, but most people don't know why.
In the Media by Ryan Hite - 3 comments

80 companies cooperating with NSA, Microsoft, Intel, IBM and more

Wikileaks reports that roughly 80 companies have been cooperating with the NSA to collect data on American citizens without their awareness or consent.
In the Media by William Suphan - 2 comments

NSA and GCHQ can view Tor browser usage according to Microsoft

A Microsoft professional in the enterprise security field has warned that the Tor browsing network that aims to provide users with a totally secure browsing experience is no longer impenetrable by the NSA or GCHQ.
In the Media by James Walker - 2 comments

Snowden 'manipulated' by Russia: former NSA director

Sydney - Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden is being manipulated by Russian authorities, the former director of the US National Security Agency reportedly said Thursday, adding that he believed the leaks would cost lives.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Review: Captain America vs the New World Order Special

If you can't say it in non-fiction, say it in a movie. "Captain America: the Winter Soldier," a fictional (?) movie puts the blame for America's greatest catastrophes of the last 70 years square on the back of a secret U.S. government agency.
Digital Journal Report by Ruth Hull - 1 comment

Snowden calls for international deal on data surveillance

Strasbourg - Fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden said on Tuesday there should be an international agreement on data collection to protect against the mass surveillance of citizens.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Half of Americans have changed browsing habits due to NSA spying

It would appear as though leaks by the US whistle-blower Edward Snowden last year about how the NSA snooped on the browsing habits of hundreds of thousands of Americans has actually caused people to take notice and be actively more secure online.
In the Media by James Walker

Coalition wants US to end bulk data sweep

Washington - More than 40 activist organizations and companies called Tuesday for an overhaul of US government surveillance authority that goes beyond President Barack Obama's proposal.
In the Media by AFP

U.S. 'restrained' in cyber operations - Pentagon chief

Washington - The United States will show "restraint" in cyber operations outside of U.S. government networks, Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel said Friday, urging other countries to do the same.
In the Media by AFP

Obama puts forward plan ending NSA bulk collection

Washington - President Barack Obama put forward a long-awaited plan Thursday to end the US government's bulk collection of telephone records, aiming to defuse a controversy over surveillance on millions of Americans.
In the Media by AFP

Obama puts forward plan ending NSA bulk collection

Washington - President Barack Obama put forward a long-awaited plan Thursday to end the US government's bulk collection of telephone records, aiming to defuse a controversy over surveillance on millions of Americans.The shake-up, which also follows a global outcry ...
In the Media by AFP
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Protesters taking a break while blocking off streets in Washington, DC during the Million Mask March.
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Seen in a protest against NSA spying in Berlin, Germany.
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President Barack Obama speaks during a press conference at the White House, in August 2013
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A picture of Edward Snowden, a contractor at the National Security Agency (NSA), is seen on a computer screen displaying a page of a Chinese news website
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The NSA has been a money-making platform for Protonet but their project may soon fall under some unw...
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The NSA has been a money-making platform for Protonet but their project may soon fall under some unwanted scrutiny.
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Protests against worldwide NSA surveillance in Germany.
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Protests against worldwide NSA surveillance in Germany.
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Edward Snowden, former CIA employee who worked for National Security Agency (NSA)
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Activists from the German Pirate party wearing masks featuring US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden attend a rally on May 22, 2014 in front of the Bundestag, in Berlin
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Antennas of the former National Security Agency (NSA) listening station are seen at the Teufelsberg hill, or Devil's Mountain in Berlin
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