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NSA ends warrantless spying on US digital comms
Privacy advocates welcome end of controversial practice.
May 1 2017 7:06AM
Facebook blocks its data from being used in surveillance tools
Makes policy "explicit".
Mar 14 2017 5:19PM
UN report calls for 'international warrant' governing surveillance
Special rapporteur issues grave warnings.
Mar 9 2017 10:06AM
Wikileaks publishes large trove of CIA hacking tools
Spies said to have exploits for iPhones, Android and smart TVs.
Mar 8 2017 5:37AM
Snowden's favoured secure email provider Lavabit reboots
Built on new end-to-end encryption standard.
Jan 23 2017 6:54AM
Controversial US spy chief Clapper quits
Oversaw mass surveillance programs revealed by Snowden.
Nov 18 2016 6:40AM
New US surveillance rules raise privacy concerns
Changes make it easier for law enforcement agencies to access warrants.
Oct 28 2016 11:40AM
Yahoo pleads with US govt to clarify email spying order
Oct 20 2016 8:39AM
Yahoo scanned customer emails for US intelligence
Wrote custom software for real-time searches of incoming messages.
Oct 5 2016 4:53AM
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
British spy agencies' secret mass surveillance revealed
"Bulk personal datasets" could contain all recorded data on an individual.
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UK parliamentary committee criticises encryption backdoor bill
'Snoopers' charter' faces resistance.
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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
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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.
Nov 3 2015 12:07PM
Researchers crack Fuji-Xerox printer spying code
Code in laser printouts rats on users and devices.
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