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    NSA intercepts international Google, Yahoo traffic

    NSA intercepts international Google, Yahoo traffic The NSA has tapped directly into communications links used by Google and Yahoo to access huge amounts of email and other user information
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    Snowden's former provider launches open effort for secure email

    Snowden's former provider launches open effort for secure email The founder of the Lavabit encrypted email service said he will release his programming code to the public in an effort to improve communication security.
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    NSA admits spying on world leaders

    NSA admits spying on world leaders The largest US spy agency has acknowledged that it intercepted private communications of some 35 world leaders.
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    EU should be grateful for US spying: lawmaker

    EU should be grateful for US spying: lawmaker Europeans should be grateful for US spying operations because they keep them safe
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    Hollywood stars speak out against NSA surveillance

    Hollywood stars speak out against NSA surveillance Hollywood stars have added their voices to the international outcry against digital surveillance by the NSA
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    Student group gets nod for Irish Prism challenge

    Student group gets nod for Irish Prism challenge An Austrian student group fighting for online privacy in Europe got the go-ahead for a legal challenge over the transfer of personal data to a US spy agency.
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    Obama in the hotseat over spying claims

    Obama in the hotseat over spying claims Obama, once greeted as a hero across the Atlantic, is turning out, for many Europeans, to be not so different than the man he replaced.
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    France tells US to stop snooping, but backs off fight

    France warns US over NSA spy programme France on Tuesday warned the United States to stop snooping on the telephone calls of its citizens but backed away from picking a fight with its ally over the issue.
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    U.S. opposes tech companies' request to reveal spying demands

    US opposes disclosure of spying demands US Justice Department tells a secret surveillance court that it opposes requests from technology companies to reveal more about spying demands
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    eBay: we don't share customer data with NSA

    eBay denies sharing customer data with NSA Online retail platform eBay says it doesn’t share data it collects on its customers with the U.S. National Security Agency.
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    Warning on widely used computer security formula

    Warning on widely used computer security formula A major US computer security company warned thousands of customers to stop using software that relies on a weak mathematical formula developed by the NSA
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    Britain defends actions against Guardian over Snowden links

    Britain defends actions against Guardian over Snowden links Britain insisted it firmly supports the right to freedom of expression after the Council of Europe questioned its treatment of the Guardian newspaper
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    Yahoo CEO feared prison, complied with NSA

    Yahoo CEO on NSA: “If you don’t comply, it’s treason” Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer on Wednesday said she feared winding up in prison for treason if she refused to comply with US spy demands for data
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    Google and Yahoo want to disclose more about NSA data queries

    Google, Yahoo want to disclose more about NSA data queries Google and Yahoo filed court requests to disclose more about US government’s national security data requests
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    Net neutrality battle heads to US court

    Net neutrality battle heats up in US Net neutrality is the principle that Internet users should be able to access any Web content and use any applications they choose
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    Internet security revamp needed after NSA revelations

    Internet security revamp needed after NSA revelations Internet security experts are calling for a campaign to rewrite Web security
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    Guardian and New York Times team up over Snowden documents

    Guardian and New York Times team up over Snowden documents The Guardian has agreed with the New York Times to give access to classified documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden
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    Snowden reached out to Russia back in Hong Kong

    Snowden reached out to Russia back in Hong Kong NSA leaker Edward Snowden spent two days in the Russian Consulate in Hong Kong directly before flying to Moscow
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    UK's Guardian newspaper destroys hard drives over spy fears

    UK's Guardian newspaper destroys hard drives over spy fears British agents oversaw the destruction of Guardian newspaper’s hard drives in a bid to keep the fruit of Edward Snowden’s leaks safe from Chinese spies
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    European data protection agencies tackle EU over US spying

    European data protection agencies tackle EU over US spying European data protection agencies have asked the EU to help investigate the extent of US electronic spying
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