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Snowden working on smartphone anti-surveillance device
Teams up with hacker to build prototype.
Jul 22 2016 6:27AM
US joins case over Facebook data transfers
Cross-border flows tested.
Jul 20 2016 6:25AM
Researchers easily extract personal details from metadata
US study debunks authorities' privacy claims.
May 20 2016 6:54AM
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"Bulk personal datasets" could contain all recorded data on an individual.
Apr 22 2016 6:36AM
UK parliamentary committee criticises encryption backdoor bill
'Snoopers' charter' faces resistance.
Feb 12 2016 11:08AM
Snowden leak reveals UK spies' big data surveillance
Hadoop, MapReduce study captured data.
Feb 5 2016 6:16AM
UK govt crypto contains permanent backdoor
MIKEY-SAKKE encrypted comms can be eavesdropped on.
Jan 21 2016 6:35AM
BlackBerry quits Pakistan over govt surveillance demands
To exit country on December 30.
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Microsoft to keep data in Germany, away from US spies
Trustee model to protect info in new European data centres.
Nov 12 2015 6:46AM
UK to make tech companies retain crypto keys
Bill to mandate access to encrypted content.
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Researchers crack Fuji-Xerox printer spying code
Code in laser printouts rats on users and devices.
Oct 27 2015 6:50AM
EU-US 'safe harbour' data transfer deal ruled invalid
Snowden surveillance revelations cited by court.
Oct 7 2015 6:15AM
Crypto experts slam govt encryption backdoor demands
Revisiting a bad idea considered an even worse idea.
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Government exploit vendor hacked, client data exposed
Update: Australian agencies potentially compromised.
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XKEYSCORE global spy system detailed in new Snowden leaks
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Jul 2 2015 10:51AM
NIST formally chops NSA-tainted random number generator
Dual_EC_DRBG algorithm no longer part of standard.
Jun 29 2015 6:47AM
US Senate passes NSA surveillance reform bill
No more bulk phone data collection.
Jun 3 2015 9:16AM
US to roll back domestic surveillance
Patriot Act spy powers set to expire.
May 31 2015 12:25PM
Five Eyes spies sought to subvert Google, Samsung app stores
Attempted to plant malware, spread misinformation.
May 22 2015 6:12AM
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