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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
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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.
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UK to make tech companies retain crypto keys
Bill to mandate access to encrypted content.
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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.
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Crypto experts slam govt encryption backdoor demands
Revisiting a bad idea considered an even worse idea.
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Update: Australian agencies potentially compromised.
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No more bulk phone data collection.
Jun 3 2015 9:16AM
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Patriot Act spy powers set to expire.
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US court rules NSA bulk phone metadata collection illegal
American Civil Liberties Union win case in appeal court.
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US Drug Enforcement's global surveillance outed
Phone spying predated NSA's by nearly a decade.
Apr 9 2015 6:35AM
Tech vendors seek legal end to bulk surveillance
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Mar 26 2015 6:44AM
UK spies claim broad powers to hack worldwide
Admit to using vulnerabilities for intelligence gathering.
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