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NSA gets MUSCULAR, intercepts data from Google and Yahoo

Oct 31, 2013
The latest revelation about the NSA's surveillance operations is that the agency secretly broke into communication links between Google and Yahoo data centers around the world.
Posted In: NSA leaks, nsa, Edward Snowden, Google, Yahoo

German's angry about NSA spying. But what can they do?

Oct 24, 2013
At a meeting in Brussels, European leaders are discussing possible retaliations, including suspending the transfer of bank data and withdrawal of negotiations over free trade.
Posted In: nsa, bank data, Edward Snowden, Angela Merkel

U.S. surveillance alienates allies

Oct 24, 2013
Allegations that the NSA tapped German Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone are threatening the relationship between Germany and America.
Posted In: NSA leaks, Edward Snowden, Germany, Angela Merkel

France gets the NSA treatment

Oct 21, 2013
The new revelation is part of Edward Snowden's latest leak.
Posted In: NSA leaks, nsa, Edward Snowden, France

Israel gets raw and unfiltered data from the NSA

Sep 12, 2013
According to the latest document leak from Edward Snowden.
Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden, Israel, surveillance

NSA working to undermine the last ten years of encryption

Sep 9, 2013
New information about NSA surveillance activity emerges. Even encrypted data is vulnerable to its data mining.
Posted In: nsa, Edward Snowden, encryption, internet security

More privacy concerns as leaks emerge that NSA can break encrypted data

Sep 6, 2013
More NSA revelations means even more concern about online privacy.
Posted In: privacy, internet security, nsa, Edward Snowden, surveillance

Miranda case highlights extent of personal data on our devices

Aug 27, 2013
On our laptops, tablets, and smartphones, we're carrying around a lot of information about who we are and what we do.
Posted In: Edward Snowden, data security

NSA revelations cloud Kerry's visit to Brazil

Aug 13, 2013
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Brazil, the U.S.'s biggest trading partner in Latin America, and Brazilians are not happy about recent allegations that the government spied on U.S. friends and allies.
Posted In: brazil, nsa, John Kerry, Edward Snowden

Silent Circle's Phil Zimmermann on why it's shuttering its encrypted email service

Aug 9, 2013
Following Lavabit's lead, Silent Circle ends its encrypted email service so clients can avoid government scrutiny.
Posted In: online privacy, encryption, Edward Snowden

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