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Kazakhstan halts introduction of internet surveillance system
Government describes initial rollout as a test.
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Furthering China's Latin America ambitions.
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Apple, Google, Microsoft tell GCHQ to drop 'ghost' spy protocol
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NSA ends warrantless spying on US digital comms
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