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ACLU files suit over NSA data collection, and is it possible to keep your personal data personal?

Jun 12, 2013
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government over its collection of phone data. And what can you do personally to protect your data?
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When the NSA asks a company for data, what happens next?

Jun 12, 2013
The public companies named in the NSA's surveillance program have shareholders, consumers and pressure to comply with government requests for information. So what pros and cons are they weighing?
Posted In: surveillance, nsa, Edward Snowden, PRISM
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The growth of government contractors in surveillance

Jun 11, 2013
The use of government contractors involved in surveillance work has grown tremendously since 9/11. How big is this business?
Posted In: contractors, surveillance, nsa, PRISM
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The value of a spy-quality resume

Jun 11, 2013
The number of private sector employees with government security clearance has rapidly grown in recent years. So what does having a government security clearance get you, financially and otherwise?
Posted In: nsa, surveillance, Edward Snowden
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Snowden on the lam: How much does it cost to run?

Jun 11, 2013
Former surveillance contractor Edward Snowden is on the run, but how does a fugitive finance life on the lam?
Posted In: nsa, surveillance, Edward Snowden
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Do you care about government surveillance? You're in the minority

Jun 11, 2013
Do you care if the government knows who you're talking to on Facebook and when? Whom you're emailing? If so, why? If not, why not?
Posted In: nsa, PRISM, pew, surveillance
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Snowden NSA leak raises questions about intelligence contractors

Jun 10, 2013
Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old private intelligence contractor has revealed himself as the NSA leaker. How did he get access and what does it say about our intelligence apparatus?
Posted In: government, nsa, surveillance, contractors
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In digital age, leaks get harder to hide

Jun 10, 2013
The source of information leaks is getting harder to hide. Can whistleblowers do anything to cover their tracks?
Posted In: nsa, surveillance, journalism
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NSA surveillance debate could threaten US-EU trade deal

Jun 10, 2013
The furor over U.S. Internet surveillance could hit transatlantic trade. A senior European lawmaker says the revelations could potentially derail plans for a U.S.-EU free trade deal.
Posted In: nsa, surveillance, free trade, Europe
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Surveillance of phone and Internet data: the new normal?

Jun 7, 2013
Can consumers really do anything to force Internet and telecommunications companies to fight back against government tracking of personal data?
Posted In: privacy, web privacy, surveillance, security

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