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Former Twitter employee busted and found guilty for spying
A former Twitter employee has been found guilty of spying, was convicted by a jury of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and more.
For $2 you can put a HIDDEN SPY CHIP on any PC hardware
The small ATtiny85 pretty much takes over your IT hardware as a full SPY CHIP.
Julian Assange urged Edward Snowden to pick Russia over Latin America
Edward Snowden got some encouragement from Julian Assange to pick Russia over Latin America, for his own personal safety.
FBI demanded Scandinavian countries extradite Snowden if he visited
FBI doesn't want Snowden to have anywhere to run and hide.
Chance for Edward Snowden and US DOJ to reach a deal closing fast
Deal seems unlikely, and Edward Snowden will remain hidden away in Russia.
Presidential candidate Jeb Bush believes NSA needs broader powers
Jeb Bush is all about the NSA surveillance.
Silicon Valley readies for long battle with government over encryption
Tech companies and US government can't agree on encryption.
AT&T has 'extreme willingness to help' the NSA, according to the NSA
Freedom: AT&T has a very special relationship with the NSA, so it hands over billions of phone records to the US government.
Poll: 53% of Americans want to see Edward Snowden prosecuted
What do you think about Edward Snowden?
Former spy panel senator believes Edward Snowden should be hanged
If the US gets hold of Edward Snowden, and he's found guilty, he should be hanged!
Edward Snowden wants to see firms fight against encryption demands
Snowden speaks out regarding encryption.
WikiLeaks says the United States spied on Japan, a close Asian ally
The United States loves spying on... everyone!
Former NSA lawyer: Snowden 'really set back' cybersecurity discussion
Former NSA lawyer says Snowden hurt the 'collective discussion' on national cybersecurity.
White House responds to online Edward Snowden pardon petition
No pardon for Snowden, but thanks for the online petition!
Doesn't look like Gov. Christie is a big fan of Edward Snowden
Looks like NJ Gov. Chris Christie is no fan of Edward Snowden.
French official says Assange, Snowden could be allowed in France
Could Julian Assange and Edward Snowden find their way to France?
Don't expect Edward Snowden to leave Russia anytime soon
Edward Snowden will remain in Russia.
Report: GCHQ illegally spied on human rights groups
GCHQ didn't act properly? No way!
Federal appeals court rules NSA telephone surveillance program illegal
The NSA phone surveillance program disclosed by former contractor Edward Snowden ruled illegal by federal appeals court.
NSA finding it harder to recruit specialists following Snowden leaks
A booming economy in Silicon Valley and the post-Snowden era is making it more difficult for the NSA to successfully recruit tech-skilled workers.
Edward Snowden hopes for possible asylum in Switzerland
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden hopes the Swiss government will offer him asylum.
Lawyer: Edward Snowden wants to return to US if given fair trial
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden is willing to return stateside, but only if guaranteed a fair trial.
Yahoo clashes with NSA regarding encryption backdoor demands
Internet giant Yahoo is fighting with the NSA regarding encryption backdoors.
NSA director says 'backdoors' into tech companies doesn't harm privacy
The director of the NSA will continue building backdoors into IT companies' products.
Snowden regrets not coming forward sooner about NSA surveillance
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's only regret? Just not coming forward sooner.
Kaspersky's NSA HDD Firmware Spying Revelations - Data Was Never Safe
The NSA has backdoor access to a huge amount of computers, if not all, and we're not seeing a word from world leaders - and this shouldn't surprise you.
UK surveillance chief: CCTVs are all over, and too many are useless
There are millions of CCTV cameras across England, and too many of them are useless, says government surveillance chief.
Edward Snowden: GCHQ snooped on emails sent, received by journalists
The GCHQ is responsible for snooping on journalists' email communications, according to former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
Ex-UK spy: Peace between government, tech firms needed to stop terror
To help prevent terrorism, governments and tech companies must get along, ex-UK spy chief claims.
British Secret Service tracked internet usage on Apple iPhones
The British Secret Service circumvents Apple phone security by spying on data downloaded from the phone.
NSA, GCHQ plan to step up cybersecurity cooperation efforts in 2015
The NSA and GCHQ will team up for better cybersecurity efforts.
NSA: Snowden approached government with questions, not concerns
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden approached government with questions and not concerns regarding surveillance/spying activity.
Facebook doubles closest competitor - 58% of Americans are still on
Facebook still reigns supreme but its growth has almost slowed to a halt. Who's next in line?
Former GCHQ leader concerned over smartphone biometrics security
Sir John Adye, former GCHQ boss, seems concerned about smartphone biometrics security protocols.
Insight into the mind of a former NSA programmer/hacker
Cybersecurity specialists working for the NSA and GCHQ get burned out quickly, and easily find employment in the private sector, report says.
Amnesty anti-spyware app informs users if government is snooping
Amnesty International releases Detekt, a new free, open source anti-surveillance tool that allows users know if they are being targeted by government spies.
Senator Markey demands DoJ offer details regarding phone snooping
Sen. Markey wants the DOJ to discuss its phone surveillance operation that uses fake-cell towers flown around the country to spy.
Report says DoJ uses airplane flights to help better snoop on citizens
The US Marshals Service can better track down suspects, and snoop on ordinary American citizens, when they use airplane flights, a new report indicates.
Edward Snowden says he would go to jail in order to return home
If it meant coming home, Edward Snowden would "volunteer" for prison, but only if it reportedly served the right purpose.
UN human rights commissioner says Snowden shouldn't face charges
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden should be applauded for his NSA spying revelations and not persecuted, according to UN humans right head.
Lavabit founder explains why he shut down service after Snowden leaks
Lavabit founder Ladar Levison discusses why he was forced to shut down his email service following disclosures by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.
House approves USA Freedom Act amendment, showing serious reform goals
The NSA got away with spying on U.S. citizens, but its infrastructure is now being legally challenged, with changes in the works.
Leaked email shows close working relationship between NSA, Google
Google and other Silicon Valley companies have conversations with the NSA and other government agencies - and it shouldn't be a big surprise to users.
NSA might roll out transparency reports to try and ease spying scare
The NSA might begin publishing transparency reports to try and win over Internet users.
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.
Outgoing NSA chief General Keith Alexander calls for reform
Gen. Keith Alexander wants to see the NSA undergo reform, but doesn't want to see Congress impede the agency's ability to defend against cyberattacks.
Tor working on a way to hide instant messaging chat records
To dodge any potential surveillances, Tor plans to make a tool to force IM service to use their anonymous service.
RSA wants better cooperation between companies, governments
The EMC-owned RSA company wants to see more cooperation among private sector companies and governments.
Russia snubs U.S. wishes, not in big hurry to end Snowden's asylum
The Russian government isn't in a big hurry to boot Edward Snowden out of the country, so the former IT contractor may have a home for years to come.
President Obama will announce massive NSA reform this Friday
Obama expected to announce reform program for the NSA this Friday.