UK Spy Agencies Have Illegally Violated Citizens Privacy For Seventeen Years

UK Spy Agencies Have Illegally Violated Citizens Privacy For Seventeen Years

Court ruling found that for seventeen years, the UK spying agencies have been illegally collecting personal data beyond the knowledge of its citizens.

by Iryne

NSA

First Day Of Arguments in NSA Lawsuit

A federal appeals panel of three judges in New York City heard arguments surrounding the National Security Agency's massive collection of Americans' phone metadata. The hearing lasted two hours, with the American Civil Liberties Union sparring with the Department of Justice about the NSA's right to mass surveillance as detailed by documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden last summer.

by Barry Eitel

NSA

Federal Judges Will Rule For The First Time On NSA's Spying Program

A panel of federal judges will hear testimony this week on if the National Security Agency's mass surveillance program is Constitutional. The hearing started as a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union last summer, mere days after leaker Edward Snowden shocked the world (sort of) with thousands of documents detailing an expansive plan to monitor the phone metadata of millions of American citizens-citizens not accused or charged with any crime.

by Barry Eitel

Survey

Pew Study Finds Americans Perfer to Talk About the NSA In Person, Not Online

Americans are afraid to talk about the NSA on social media, according to a new survey published by the Pew Research Center. Since Edward Snowden leaked thousands of documents detailing the agency's massive surveillance program on U.S. citizens' digital and wireless communications, Americans say they are far more willing to criticize the NSA in face-to-face discussions compared to online.

by Barry Eitel

NSA

NSA Built Google-Like Service for FBI, DEA, New Report Claims

The National Security Agency created a Google-like search database for different forms of communications of both Americans and foreign nationals, according to classified documents published today by The Intercept.

by Barry Eitel

Kinect 2.0

New Leaked Document Confirms NSA Spied via WoW, Xbox Live, etc.

Be happy if you moved on to League of Legends...

by Luke Caulfield

Kinect 2.0

Microsoft explains role in providing info to U.S. Government, no mention of Xbox One

Microsoft's legal counsel pens a blog post how the company walks a delicate balance to obey the government when asked for information, while protecting privacy whenever possible

by Luke Caulfield

  
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