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    Obama may curb NSA phone record access

    Obama may curb NSA phone record access US president Barack Obama is expected to restrict NSA access to Americans’ phone records and rein in spying on foreign leaders
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    Experts withdraw from Internet security conference amid controversy

    Experts withdraw from Internet security conference amid controversy Experts have withdrawn from an Internet security conference after the sponsor reportedly used flawed encryption technology to allow the NSA to spy more easily on computer users.
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    US to appeal surveillance ruling

    US to appeal surveillance ruling Lawyers are asking the US Circuit Court of Appeals in Washington to overturn a federal judge’s ruling that threatens the NSA’s surveillance practices.
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    NSA developing computer to crack privacy codes: report

    NSA developing computer to crack privacy codes: report The NSA is trying to develop a computer that could ultimately break most encryption programs, whether they are used to protect other nations’ spying programs or consumers’ bank accounts.
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    Apple says never worked with NSA on iPhone hacks

    Apple says never worked with NSA on iPhone hacks Apple has never worked with the NSA and is unaware of efforts to target its smartphones, the company has stated
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    Edward Snowden: mission accomplished

    Edward Snowden: mission accomplished Whistleblower Edward Snowden said his mission has been accomplished
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    AT&T and Verizon to reveal US government data-requests

    AT&T and Verizon to reveal US government data-requests AT&T will join rival Verizon Communications in disclosing details on government requests for customer data
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    Snowden supporter claims apartment and computer tampered with

    Snowden supporter claims apartment and PC tampered with An American internet activist and supporter of whistleblower Edward Snowden says someone broke into his apartment and tampered with his computer
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    Obama to release review panel's report on surveillance practices

    Obama to release review panel's report on surveillance practices President Barack Obama prepares to release an independent panel’s review of US intelligence practices
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    Obama receives NSA report

    NSA spy report in Obama’s hands A review panel handed President Barack Obama a report Friday on surveillance by US spy agencies in the wake of explosive revelations on vast phone and Internet sweeps by fugitive Edward Snowden.
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    No better protection for US than spying, says NSA chief

    No better protection for US than spying, says NSA chief NSA chief says he knows of no better way to protect the US from foreign threats than with spy programs that collect information from around the world.
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    Snowden hopes for greater transparency from governments

    Snowden hopes for greater transparency from governments Former US national security contractor Edward Snowden hopes his leaks of classified documents will lead to greater transparency by governments
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    Global authors demand UN bill of digital rights to protect privacy

    Global authors demand UN bill of digital rights to protect privacy More than 500 authors have signed a petition to the United Nations which claims mass state surveillance is violating basic freedoms.
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    Intelligence agencies NSA and GCHQ spying on video gamers

    NSA, GCHQ spying on video gamers Reports say British and American intelligence officers have been spying on gamers across the world
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    Leading tech companies call for US surveillance reform

    Leading tech companies call for US surveillance reform Eight leading technology companies called on the US to overhaul its surveillance laws
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    SA operators giving your cellphone information to the NSA?

    SA operators giving your cellphone information to the NSA? The Washington Post reported that the NSA is collecting records on the location of mobile phones around the world; does the same happen in South Africa?
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    Spies worry over "doomsday" cache stashed by ex-NSA contractor Snowden

    Spies worry over "doomsday" cache stashed by ex-NSA contractor Snowden British and US intelligence officials say they are worried about a “doomsday” cache of highly classified, heavily encrypted material they believe former NSA contractor Edward Snowden has stored on a data cloud.
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    Google warns of 'splinter net' fallout from U.S. spying

    Google warns of 'splinter net' fallout from U.S. spying Search giant Google warned that U.S. spying operations risk fracturing the open Internet into a “splinter net” that could hurt American business.
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    Apple details US government data requests

    Apple details US government data requests Apple released details of government requests for its data while protesting a “gag order” that limits what can be disclosed about US national security orders.
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    Brazil faces opposition in bid to secure Internet

    Brazil “Internet divorce” faces political challenge A government plan to shield Brazil from alleged U.S. spying has run into mounting opposition in Congress, politicians said on Monday.
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