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UN report calls for 'international warrant' governing surveillance
Special rapporteur issues grave warnings.
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DoJ claims 'dozens' of cases hit by Microsoft cloud ruling
Position adopted by more cloud providers.
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US high court approves expansion of FBI hacking power
Warranted computer access in any jurisdiction.
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Parliament passes law to let ASIO tap entire internet
Greens effort to limit devices fails.
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Senate rejects attempt to limit ASIO's access to devices
Ludlam amendment falls flat.
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Auditor puts big IT projects on notice
Telco interception, DHS outsourcing on the watchlist.
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US judge rules search warrants extend to overseas email accounts
Microsoft to seek review of decision.
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Ombudsman wants to monitor warrantless metadata access
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Intelligence agency access to metadata increases in 2013.
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Updated: To resume next month.
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AG warns blocking metadata could mean more intrusive practices
Phone taps, bugs to substitute telco metadata?
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Telco metadata 'loss' mooted under Greens' warrant plan
One reason to keep existing access regime.
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Facebook cops requests for user data, logs
Government mostly backs down on failed requests.
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Arrests from telecoms intercepts rise
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FBI raids dozens of Anons over DDoS attacks
Anonymous denounces arrests in Britain.
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Single sign-on project will give officers access to all applications.
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