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  1. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA thinks North Korea was behind WannaCry attack – Report

    NSA thinks North Korea was behind WannaCry attack – Report The NSA believes the North Korean government was involved in the creation of the WannaCry ransomware, The Washington Post reported.
  2. Bryn

    "Don't shoot the messenger" (Telegram/WhatsApp snooping)

    This article was posted to the official Telegram News channel earlier today: http://telegra.ph/Dont-Shoot-the-Messenger I couldn't agree more, and I think it's a great response to this issue of governments wanting to spy on our instant messaging platforms. What do you guys think?
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    After the NSA hack: Cybersecurity in an even more vulnerable world

    After the NSA hack: Cybersecurity in an even more vulnerable world It is looking increasingly likely that computer hackers have in fact successfully attacked what had been the pinnacle of cybersecurity – the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). A few days ago, reports began emerging of claims...
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    How to find out if you’ve been spied on

    How to find out if you’ve been spied on Privacy International is making it possible for anyone to find out if GCHQ illegally had access to information about you.
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA wanted to stop eavesdropping on phone calls

    NSA wanted to stop eavesdropping on phone calls According to current and former intelligence officials, the National Security Agency considered abandoning its secret program to collect and store American calling records
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA spying harms citizens

    NSA spying harms citizens The American Civil Liberties Union and other groups sued the National Security Agency and the Justice Department on Tuesday, challenging the government’s practice of collecting personal information
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA injected spyware into your hard drive

    NSA injected spyware into your hard drive: report The National Security Agency is being blamed for hiding spying software within hard drives made by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba, and other brands
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    US launches new cyber security agency

    US launches new cyber security agency The US Tuesday launched a new cyber security agency, in the face of increasing cyber threats that make up what an official called “a defining challenge of the 21st century”
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Snowden damaged the NSA

    Snowden damaged the NSA The director of national intelligence acknowledged the damage done to US spy activities by National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    U.S. passed citizens’ info to Israel: Snowden

    U.S. passed citizens’ info to Israel: Snowden Former US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden has accused the US National Security Agency of routinely passing private, unedited communications of Americans to Israel
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Tor data not gleaned by U.S. government

    U.S. government did not get Tor data The U.S. Department of Defense did not receive personal data on users of Internet privacy service Tor through a government-funded project to detect vulnerabilities
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    Snowden's temporary Russian asylum expires

    Snowden’s asylum expires Edward Snowden’s temporary asylum status in Russia expired at midnight on Thursday, 31 July 2014
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Snowden seeks to extend his stay in Russia

    Snowden asks Russia to extend asylum Whistleblower Edward Snowden has asked Russian authorities to prolong his asylum in the country
  14. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA spying on regular Internet users

    NSA watches regular Internet users A new reports has shown that the vast majority of online traffic intercepted by the NSA is generated by ordinary citizens
  15. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA spying led to "over 100" arrests internationally

    NSA snooping smashed terrorist plots The NSA’s international surveillance net caught “well over 100″ suspect individuals
  16. Kevin Lancaster

    NSA spying internationally "a valuable tool"

    NSA spying on foreign countries is “valuable” A watchdog panel has endorsed the NSA’s international spying endeavour, stating it is a “valuable tool in fighting terrorism”
  17. Kevin Lancaster

    South Africa on NSA spy list

    Secret document shows South Africa on NSA spying list A classified 2010 legal certification from the NSA shows that South Africa is among the countries authorised for surveillance
  18. Kevin Lancaster

    Top-secret document reveals NSA's international reach

    NSA potentially spying on 193 countries A top-secret document has revealed the extent of the US National Security Agency’s international reach
  19. jes

    NSA gathers images for facial recognition

    NSA gathers images for facial recognition The US National Security Agency is scooping up large quantities of images of people for use in facial recognition programs
  20. jes

    NSA finds no complaint e-mails from Snowden

    NSA finds no complaint e-mails from Snowden Edward Snowden says he repeatedly raised constitutional concerns about the NSA internally, but an NSA search turned up only a single e-mail
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