Banks prepare to issue myGov compatible digital identities
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FBI investigating school spycam case
MacBook spying row attracts the authority's interests.
Feb 23 2010 12:19PM
Massive Chinese cyber hack revealed
Canadian researchers have revealed an alleged extensive Chinese spying operation, which involved the hacking of over 1000 computers in 103 countries, according to reports.
Mar 30 2009 10:37AM
Chinese government spying on Skype users
A study has shown that Skype users in China are being spied upon, despite denials from the company that this is the case.
Oct 3 2008 10:51AM
Deutsche Telekom in spying row
Deutsche Telekom has admitted that it used private investigators to monitor conversations between board members and journalists..
May 28 2008 7:44AM
Gumshoes come unstuck over Trojan spying
An Israeli firm of private investigators has been rapped for using spyware to steal sensitive information..
Apr 30 2008 7:32AM
FBI admits to internet spying
The FBI has admitted that it repeatedly broke its own rules in spying on internet communications..
Mar 10 2008 7:30AM
HP settles spying case
HP has reached a settlement with The New York Times and three BusinessWeek reporters who had accused the company of spying..
Feb 18 2008 7:36AM
US court allows warrantless web spying
Tinfoil hats for all.
Jul 10 2007 2:52PM
Journalists sue over HP spying scandal
Looking for punishment, not payout.
May 9 2007 10:40AM
Felony charges may be dropped in HP spying case
Defendants told to plead guilty to a misdemeanour.
Jan 22 2007 9:38AM
Mobile operators sue spying HP investigators
First legal responses from Verizon and Cingular.
Oct 3 2006 9:45AM
EFF puts the squeeze on government spying
Project aims to uncover electronic surveillance in the U.S..
Sep 15 2006 1:50PM
Webcam hacker arrested for spying on teen
A 45-year-old Cypriot man has been arrested on suspicion of hacking into the computer of a teenage girl and spying on her via the computer's webcam. It was alleged that the man used the webcam to take illicit pictures of the girl.
Apr 22 2005 11:30AM
Trusted Information Awareness - Another Name for Domestic Spying?
Co-incident with the news about the formation of the U.S. Department of Homeland Defense is the breaking of a story about a Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) ‘research project’ exploring the viability of sifting through huge amounts of transaction data looking for possible terrorist activities.
Jan 15 2004 10:57AM
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