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NSA director says 'backdoors' into tech companies doesn't harm privacy
The director of the NSA will continue building backdoors into IT companies' products.
Edward Snowden says 'get rid of Dropbox', Facebook, Google 'dangerous'
Edward Snowden warns the world to not use Dropbox, Google, Facebook and more.
The NSA has its own Google-like internal search engine
The NSA has a search engine called ICREACH, that holds nearly 1 trillion of data, including phone calls, emails and much more.
There is a new Edward Snowden leaking government secrets
Authorities are convinced there is a second whistleblower alongside Edward Snowden.
Germany considers using typewriters to stop the US from spying on them
German politicians consider using typewriters to type up confidential documents to stop the NSA from spying.
Glenn Greenwald says there is a second NSA whisleblower
Glenn Greenwald suspects there is a second NSA whistleblower, meaning that Edward Snowden isn't alone.
Tor users are being targeted by the NSA for surveillance
The NSA is targeting Tor users for long-term surveillance and data retention.
ProtonMail, an 'NSA-proof' email service from Harvard and MIT students
A team of Harvard and MIT students create ProtonMail, an NSA-proof e-mail service.
NSA's MYSTIC program records entire nation's worth of phone calls
The latest Edward Snowden leak: NSA is able to collect "every single" phone call and store it for a month from the entire nation.
Snowden calls for "a watchdog that watches Congress"
Edward Snowden speaks at SXSW, where he said "we need a watchdog that watches Congress"
Google was attacked by the Chinese, NSA according to its chairman
Google chairman Eric Schmidt says that the search giant was hacked by the Chinese, and the NSA.
Snowden raised concerns within the NSA before blowing the whistle
Edward Snowden says he reported policy or legal issues related to NSA spying to more than 10 officials before blowing the whistle.
Snowden's latest: NSA sets up online "Honey Traps" to capture people
Edward Snowden's latest revelation: US government uses tax payer money on Internet shills.
Edward Snowden asks Russia for protection, after threats from the US
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden threatened by US officials, asks Russian law enforcement for protection.
Edward Snowden video interview removed from YouTube
The world-first 30-minute video interview between NDR and Edward Snowden has been removed from YouTube.
Edward Snowden has been nominated for a Nobel peace prize
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, has been nominated for a Nobel peace prize.
Snowden: NSA can read your emails just by searching your address
Do you send e-mails? The NSA can track your entire digital life by just searching your address.
Internet security, what security? Snowden speaks - overhaul time?
Snowden's revelations about the NSA could lead to a rebuild of the Internet.
Snowden could wiretap the President, or a Federal Judge easily
The NSA has the scary ability of wiretapping virtually anyone on the planet.
Edward Snowden says he's not a traitor, asks who he betrayed?
Edward Snowden never betrayed anyone, all he has done has shown the people what is already happening.
Edward Snowden sits down in a world-first interview
Edward Snowden sits down in a world-first interview, has some very scary things you need to hear.
Is the Blackphone the first NSA proof smartphone? Probably not
The upcoming Blackphone, powered by PrivatOS, could be the first NSA proof smartphone.
The NSA is building a quantum computer - the end of privacy?
The NSA is building a quantum computer, would break through any encryption.
DROPOUTJEEP - the NSA program that backdoors every iPhone
#NSA reportedly has a backdoor to every single #iPhone.
Edward Snowden writes an open letter to the Brazilian people
Edward Snowden might be hiding out in Russia, but he hopes an open letter to the citizens of Brazil will give him a future home.
NSA spies on virtually every cellphone users' location, everyday
The NSA collects an astounding 5 billion cellphone location records... everyday.
Researchers use NSA tricks to see just how much data it collects
Researchers make an app called MetaPhone, which collects metadata from your device, wants to see just how much the NSA can do.
Yahoo plans to encrypt all data by the end of Q1 2014
Yahoo also wants to ensure its users' data is safe, will encrypt everything by Q1 2014.
New Snowden leaks show the NSA captures Google data center traffic
Edward Snowden is back, says that Google and Yahoo datacenter traffic is intercepted by the NSA, GCHQ.
Major Internet organizations moving away from US government control
Directors of ICANN and all five regional Internet address registries pledge to break away from the US government's control.
NSA's Utah-based data center is having all sorts of electrical issues
It looks like the NSA PRISM data center is having issues, bad karma?
Apple co-founder thinks NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden is 'a hero'
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks Edward Snowden is 'a hero,' wants to 'be truthful to the American people'
Edward Snowden seen on WikiLeaks video where he accepts an award
The rare and elusive NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, gets featured on video thanks to WikiLeaks.
NSA surveillance panel is shutdown, thanks US government shutdown
US government shutdown has pushed the NSA surveillance panel into hold mode.
FBI was pressuring Lavabit to decrypt Snowden connections
The FBI was pressuring Lavabit to encrypt its communications from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Ex-Microsoft privacy adviser doesn't trust MS after NSA PRISM leaks
Microsoft's former Chief Privacy Adviser doesn't trust the software giant after Edward Snowden leaked out about NSA's PRISM system.
NSA has no issues sharing your personal data with Israel
Israel receives Americans' data from NSA, without the US spy agency sifting through it first.
Germany looks for NSA spy equipment at US consulate
Germany vs United States, with the former country flying a helicopter over the US consulate searching for NSA spy equipment.
NSA has hacked into Android, BlackBerry and iPhones, accessed data
The NSA has no problem with hacking into Android, BlackBerry or iPhones, taking whatever data it pleases.
Your common encryption protocols are nothing for the NSA
Latest NSA leak details how it's easy for the security agency to bypass common encryption protocols.
Edward Snowden: NSA spied on Al Jazeera communications
Edward Snowden's latest leak: the NSA spied on Al Jazeera communications.
Microsoft, Google sue government over transparency, ironic, isn't it
Microsoft and Google sue the government over transparency.
German politician wants to stop EU-US trading, blames the NSA
A German politician wants to halt ongoing European Union-United States trade negotiations until NSA surveillance is disclosed.
NSA hacked encrypted UN communications, where's the uproar?
The NSA knows no bounds, hacks into encrypted UN communications.
JustDelete.me will wipe you from the Internet, but not the NSA
You could feel better about your privacy by using JustDelete.me to delete yourself from the Internet.
Edward Snowden says the NSA targeted journalists after 9/11
NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden says the NSA were keeping tabs on journalists after 9/11.
WikiLeaks' legal donations for Edward Snowden now allow Bitcoins
Bitcoins can be used to donate toward WikiLeaks' legal protection for NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
NSA collects over 29 petabytes of data per day
The NSA collects over 26 million gigabytes of data per day, or a huge 29PB.
Lavabit, the e-mail service Edward Snowden used, shuts down
Edward Snowden's e-mail service, Lavabit, shuts down, with the company stating there is no privacy in the US.
President Obama is being asked to back off from Edward Snowden
Over 150 civil society organizations are asking President Obama to leave Edward Snowden alone.