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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 …

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

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Cybercrime has developed into a global industry worth nearly half a trillion dollars with no indications of slowing down, so says a new report …

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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 …

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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 …

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

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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. …

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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 …

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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 …

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The National Security Agency is gathering millions of email address books and instant messaging accounts, many of them belonging to Americans, according to the recent internal documents provided by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden who fled the U.S. and now lives in Russia.

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Microsoft Corp., Google Inc. and Facebook Inc. have issued open letters to the United States Department of Justice, seeking to establish that they have only ’obliged’ to the role of revealing data they possess within the limits of law and have not provided unlimited access to their databases.

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PRISM-gate has indeed opened the gates to further criticism of Obama Administration and the conniving role of technology companies. Users are critical of the disclosure methods adopted by these technology companies and public carriers in disposing of personal data either directly to government security agencies or to third parties.

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