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GCHQ admits snooping on Google and social networks of UK citizens

The UK government has said its intelligence service GCHQ can carry out surveillance on UK citizens' use of Facebook, Google web searches, YouTube and Twitter uses without an individual warrant because the social networks are based overseas.

Students in Glasgow, Scotland elect Edward Snowden as Rector

Glasgow - Students at Glasgow University, one of Scotland’s leading academic institutions, have elected whistle-blower and former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden, to the post of rector.

Op-Ed: Today is 'The Day We Fight Back' — Er, If you know about it

Today, February 11th, 2014, is “The Day We Fight Back against Mass Surveillance”, according to a host of organizations including Mozilla, Reddit, Free Press and Demand Progress.

Edward Snowden stands for election as Glasgow University rector

Glasgow - NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden has accepted a nomination to stand in the upcoming election for the post of rector at Glasgow University, one of Scotland’s leading seats of learning.

Op-Ed: Obama's NSA speech lacked specifics, did not address reforms

New York - Acknowledging global and domestic criticism of the NSA’s spying activities triggered by Edward Snowden’s revelations, US President Barack Obama in his address Thursday made an effort to rein in the Orwellian outreach of the surveillance program.

NSA spied on Martin Luther King, documents reveal

New York - Apparently, allegations of US spy agencies snooping on its citizens are not restricted to the controversial PRISM episode and goes back to the days of President Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon, according to reports.

UK's GCHQ piggybacking on covert NSA Internet Operation Prism

Cheltenham - Reports today indicate that the UK's top secret GCHQ intelligence gathering operation was involved in the US' National Security Agency's Operation PRISM, gathering data from users' Internet habits.

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