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Gemalto: It looks like we were hacked by GCHQ and NSA

Good news though, no real harm done

Wed Feb 25 2015, 13:44

US creates new surveillance agency in response to Sony hack

Hatches being battened down all over

Wed Feb 11 2015, 15:03

Cheezburger Network releases very clear transparency report

Behold the warrant canary

Fri Feb 06 2015, 15:45

Dropbox transparency report shows continued interest from governments

Weather report shows moon likely to rise some time around sunset

Thu Jan 29 2015, 14:58

Edward Snowden does not use an iPhone

Says iPhone has special software that allows the government to spy on you

Mon Jan 26 2015, 13:40

Gosh darn it, the US has spied on North Korea

Pot and Kettle Union said to be considering its response

Mon Jan 19 2015, 14:58

President Obama to propose, ahem, US privacy laws

Will protect people and their proverbials

Mon Jan 12 2015, 09:56

Extremists attack Bristol bus timetables, by mistake

Failed attempt to take down Western civilisation

Mon Jan 05 2015, 15:06

GCHQ used Regin to listen to Belgian waffle

I guess that's why they call it the Bruges

Tue Dec 16 2014, 11:50

Court finds that GCHQ's Tempora is fine and dandy

Snooptastic behaviour is legal in principle

Mon Dec 08 2014, 14:20

Facebook fingered as source of soldier death chat

Social network named and shamed in inquiry into Lee Rigby murder

Wed Nov 26 2014, 10:52

US Justice Department 'dirtboxes' snooping on mobile phones from the air

Dragnet surveillance from the skies

Fri Nov 14 2014, 12:58

Liberty exposes secret links between GCHQ and the NSA

Papers prove private access deal

Thu Oct 30 2014, 16:55

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they can't log your keystrokes

Column Windows 10 privacy scoop has gone on a world tour of missing the point

Fri Oct 10 2014, 16:42

FBI: We can and will hack overseas servers

So now you know

Wed Oct 08 2014, 13:27

Google's Android L will have default encryption too

It won't be outdone by Apple's iOS 8

Fri Sep 19 2014, 14:46

Yahoo faced $250,000 daily fine for not handing over user data to the NSA

The US government brandished a large punishment stick

Fri Sep 12 2014, 12:23

Kaspersky fingers NSA-style Equation Group for hard drive backdoor epidemic

WD, Seagate and Toshiba kit has a whiff of surveillance

Tue Feb 17 2015, 11:42

Box launches Enterprise Key Management for added privacy

Firm can't decrypt your data, even if it wanted to

Wed Feb 11 2015, 14:36

Council of Europe: Surveillance is bad and doesn't stop terrorism

So, not a fan then

Wed Jan 28 2015, 16:10

Microsoft-backed TechUK wants answers on RIPA

There should be a club for that

Wed Jan 21 2015, 11:00

Cameron tattles to Obama about the tech companies that keep secrets

Iggle Piggle has a niggle and suggests new precedent to president

Thu Jan 15 2015, 16:41

The NSA wants an anti-terrorism stick

Determined director wants more drastic deterrents

Fri Jan 09 2015, 15:47

Ireland backs Microsoft in data privacy case

Courts need permission to read files

Wed Dec 24 2014, 11:37

GCHQ launches crypto app for the kids

Learn to be secure in an increasingly insecure world

Fri Dec 12 2014, 14:30

NSA accused of running international cellphone cracking unit

File under Snowden revelations

Thu Dec 04 2014, 16:50

UN officially condemns invasive government surveillance

States told to get with the post-Snowden programme

Wed Nov 26 2014, 10:21

Google wants the US to extend its privacy rights to European citizens

In other news: the US has privacy laws?

Wed Nov 12 2014, 16:06

Americans are more scared of Google than the NSA

But would rather spouse spied on them than US security agency

Wed Oct 29 2014, 14:53

Ex-NSA director defends PRISM and warns not to talk to terrorists

You'll wave goodbye to your privacy if you do, says Keith Alexander

Thu Oct 09 2014, 15:06

Twitter takes US transparency fight to the courts

Firm suing over right to disclose national security demands

Wed Oct 08 2014, 10:40

Google’s 10th transparency report shows government requests are rising

No surprise there, then

Tue Sep 16 2014, 10:32

Switzerland will host Edward Snowden, if he testifies against the NSA

Swiss attorney general offers whistleblower safe passage

Mon Sep 08 2014, 15:24

US judge backs NSA in people vs privacy case

Fourth Amendment found to be still standing

Wed Feb 11 2015, 15:47

Twitter sees a sharp rise in government data requests

There's no business like show us your users' business

Tue Feb 10 2015, 11:34

US government tweaks the rules on surveillance and data collection

Non-US citizens can be probed and their data stored for (just) five years

Wed Feb 04 2015, 10:06

EFF details plan to end NSA online surveillance once and for all

Calls for citizens to target tech firms and politicians

Tue Jan 27 2015, 15:00

Tim Berners-Lee golf-claps UK government for 'open data transparency'

But says it could do better

Tue Jan 20 2015, 11:52

Charlie Hebdo: Governments suggest citizen privacy is the price of free speech

Analysis Iggle Piggle plans to monitor your Trubliphone

Tue Jan 13 2015, 14:11

America threatens North Korea with sanctions over Sony hack

North Korea continues to deny involvement

Mon Jan 05 2015, 16:28

Apple, Cisco and HP support Microsoft in hands-off Irish data case

Redmond rolls deep, apparently

Wed Dec 17 2014, 15:22

World Wide Web is low on freedom, liberty and privacy, warns Sir Tim Berners-Lee

World Wide Web Foundation says the internet has a number of problems

Fri Dec 12 2014, 13:30

The US should not be allowed to run the internet

People unsure who should run the 'net, but two-thirds vote against Uncle Sam

Wed Nov 26 2014, 12:59

Apple, Microsoft, Google, LinkedIn and Yahoo back US Freedom Act

Back this, and back off!

Tue Nov 18 2014, 10:53

'You need to start trusting someone,' former MI5 boss tells Microsoft delegates

Stella Rimington says that it's time for the Secret Service to be less secretive

Mon Nov 10 2014, 15:07

Snowden calls on web users to drop Dropbox and face off with Facebook

Privacy fiend covertly filmed in his kitchen

Mon Oct 13 2014, 11:09

Google's Schmidt: Government surveillance could kill the internet

'Keep playing with it like that, it'll drop off', says web firm's president

Thu Oct 09 2014, 11:53

Mozilla might add Tor encryption to its Firefox web browser

Private browsing mode could leave listening posts silent

Wed Oct 01 2014, 15:14

Edward Snowden rains on New Zealand’s no snooping here parade

Pours cold ice bucket on PM's challenge

Mon Sep 15 2014, 12:15
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