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    China probes US companies after Snowden leaks

    China probes US companies after Snowden leaks China's Ministry of Public Security and a cabinet-level research center are preparing to investigate IBM Corp, Oracle Corp and EMC Corp over security issues
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    US to reform spying system oversights

    Spying systems need to be more transparent: Obama President Barack Obama announced new oversight measures for recently revealed domestic and foreign surveillance programs
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    US will continue spying on its people

    Obama: spying system is here to stay President Barack Obama has no intention of stopping the daily collection of Americans’ phone records
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    Snowden granted asylum, leaves Moscow airport for safe harbour

    Snowden granted asylum, leaves Moscow airport for safe harbour Fugitive US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden has left the Moscow airport after being granted temporary asylum for one year in Russia
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    US rejects legislative bid to curb NSA data-gathering program

    US rejects bid to curb NSA data-gathering program A US spy program that sweeps up vast amounts of electronic communications survived a legislative challenge
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    EU chief calls for answers on US spying

    EU chief calls for answers on US spying The EU says it is waiting for US government answers about its spying on allies
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    Snowden to decide on Russian asylum

    Snowden to decide on Russian asylum US leaker Edward Snowden, who has said he wants to apply for asylum in Russia, is studying his options
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    Microsoft assisted NSA, FBI access private info: Guardian report

    Microsoft actively helped NSA, FBI access private info: report Microsoft worked closely with US intelligence services to help them intercept users’ communications
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    Tired of helping the CIA? Quit Facebook: minister

    Tired of helping the CIA? Quit Facebook: minister A Venezuelan government minister urged citizens to shut Facebook accounts to avoid being unwitting informants for the CIA
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    Snowden agrees to asylum in Venezuela

    Snowden agrees to asylum in Venezuela US intelligence leaker Edward Snowden, has agreed to an offer of political asylum from Venezuela
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    Snowden says NSA oversteps bounds, gathering all comms info

    Snowden says NSA oversteps bounds, gathering all comms info NSA leaker Edward Snowden claims the spy agency gathers all communications into and out of the U.S. for analysis, despite government claims that it only targets foreign traffic.
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    Snowden struggles in search for asylum

    Snowden struggles in search for asylum NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s best chance of finding refuge outside the United States may hinge on the president of Venezuela
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    Snowden threatens new leaks, asks numerous countries for asylum

    Snowden threatens new leaks, asks numerous countries for asylum Former US spy agency contractor Edward Snowden broke his silence on Monday for the first time since fleeing to Moscow over a week ago
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    US spying on allies and enemies

    US spying on allies and enemies US agencies have spied on EU allies including France, Italy, and Greece, according to new documents leaked by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden
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    Snowden is “healthy and safe” says Assange

    Snowden is “healthy and safe” says Assange Fugitive US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden is “healthy and safe”, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said
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    Web companies release US surveillance information

    Web companies release US surveillance information Facebook and Microsoft have struck agreements with the US government to release limited information about the number of surveillance requests they receive
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    Tech firms push for US government transparency on security

    Tech firms push for US government transparency on security Three of the largest Internet companies called on the US government to provide greater transparency on national security requests
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    NSA spying alarms lawmakers, tech companies

    NSA spying alarms lawmakers, tech companies Revelations about the US National Security Agency’s expansive data-collection efforts have underscored the power of electronic surveillance in the Internet era
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