NSA and UK agency hack Gemalto to secretly monitor cellphones

NSA and UK agency hack Gemalto to secretly monitor cellphones

By Christy Gren - Feb 21, 2015

Britain’s electronic spying agency, along with the U.S. National Security Agency reportedly hacked into the computer networks of a Dutch company to steal encryption keys used to

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NSA Built Own 'Google-Like' Search Engine To Share Communication Records With Government Agencies

NSA Built Own 'Google-Like' Search Engine To Share Communication Records With Government Agencies

By Christy Gren - Aug 27, 2014

The National Security Agency has built a Google like search engine that allows multiple government agencies to search information through more than 850 billion communications recor

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Cybercrime Estimated To Cost World Economy About $445 Billion Annually

Cybercrime Estimated To Cost World Economy About $445 Billion Annually

By Carrie Ann - Jun 10, 2014

Cybercrime has developed into a global industry worth nearly half a trillion dollars with no indications of slowing down, so says a new report from the Center for Strategic and Int

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Vodafone Admits Its Been Wiretapped Across Several Countries by Government Agencies

Vodafone Admits Its Been Wiretapped Across Several Countries by Government Agencies

By Anna Domanska - Jun 06, 2014

Snowden’s recent revelation over how government agencies can bug a cellphone even when it is switched off has left hundreds and thousands of citizens horrified upon the extent of

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Google Promotes Encryption With New Alpha Chrome Extension

Google Promotes Encryption With New Alpha Chrome Extension

By Anna Domanska - Jun 04, 2014

Google is intensifying its efforts to protect e-mail in transit from prying eyes of the government spies and other snoops by working on an end-to-end encryption extension for Chrom

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Tech firms to routinely notify users of secret data demands

Tech firms to routinely notify users of secret data demands

By Christy Gren - May 03, 2014

Major technology companies like Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple and others have reportedly decided to cease the practice of quietly yielding to the demands from the government f

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Google now encrypting web searches in China, plans to introduce encryption globally

Google now encrypting web searches in China, plans to introduce encryption globally

By Anna Domanska - Mar 14, 2014

Google announced that it has started encrypting Web searches for people in China, to evade online censorship by China’s Great Firewall and other snooping agencies. The searc

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NSA Impersonates Facebook For Mass Surveillance

NSA Impersonates Facebook For Mass Surveillance

By Carrie Ann - Mar 13, 2014

A new extensive and interesting write up at The Intercept claims the National Security Agency has developed malware implants, which allows it to extract data automatically from mi

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Inventor of www Campaigns for an Open Internet called What We Want

Inventor of www Campaigns for an Open Internet called What We Want

By Anna Domanska - Mar 13, 2014

British Inventor of World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, advocated a Digital Bill of Rights to protect users worldwide speaking exactly 25 years after its creation. The inventor be

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