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Al-Qaeda adapted to avoid surveillance post-Snowden leaks - report
The National Security Agency has consistently argued that terrorist groups have developed more sophisticated methods to avoid surveillance in the wake of the Edward Snowden revelations, and a new report seems to back these claims.

01.08.2014 22:46

Hard to forget: Google faces problems in complying with EU privacy ruling
Google says that complying with the EU court ruling is difficult as some requests from users who want to be forgotten contain “false and inaccurate information.”

01.08.2014 06:44

Legislative restrictions on popular bloggers come into force in Russia
As of August 1 all blogs having 3,000 daily readers or more will have to follow many of the rules that exist in conventional mass media, such as tougher control on published information or the ban on use of explicit language.

01.08.2014 07:34

Twitter account info requests surge 46%
The number of requests for account information Twitter received from countries around the world has increased by 46 percent in the first half of 2014, the social networking site revealed in its fifth transparency report.

31.07.2014 23:40

Data stored overseas should be accessible to US government, judge rules
​A federal judge in New York City sided with the United States government on Thursday and said that Microsoft must comply with a search warrant compelling the corporation to surrender customer data it stores overseas.

31.07.2014 17:49

Twitter account resumes posting UK politicians’ Wikipedia edits
A Twitter bot designed to alert the public to edits made to Wikipedia content by parliamentary network IP addresses has been re-launched following attempts to block it.

31.07.2014 12:49

​Anonymous 'knocks out' Mossad website over Israel’s Gaza offensive
Hacker group Anonymous has reportedly taken down the website of the Israeli secret service Mossad in protest of Israel’s military incursion in Gaza. The ‘hacktivists’ have already targeted a number of organizations in their mission to stop the “genocide.”

31.07.2014 04:24

Russia wants Apple, SAP to share source codes to combat spying
Russia has suggested that IT-giants Apple and SAP disclose their source codes to Russian state specialists in order to clear up information security issues after the chain of spy scandals undermined trust in foreign products.

30.07.2014 17:45

Russell Brand calls Fox News’ Sean Hannity a 'terrorist' for his Gaza coverage (VIDEO)
Comedian Russell Brand used his web series The Trews to blast Fox News’ Sean Hannity for “using intimidation, bullying” and overall hypocrisy during a segment in which the conservative host berates a pro-Palestinian guest about Israel’s offensive on Gaza.

30.07.2014 15:47

Texas woman files $123 million revenge porn suit against Facebook
A Texas woman wants Facebook to pay her $123 million —10 cents for each of its 1.23 billion users — because the social networking site failed to immediately delete “revenge porn” uploaded by an old friend.

30.07.2014 15:35

Communist MP wants to ban servicemen from posting photos, videos on internet
State Duma Deputy Vadim Solovyov wants to amend the law on military service banning servicemen from posting photos and videos from their units or exercises, saying this could hurt the nation’s defense and lead to provocations by foreign media.

30.07.2014 12:38

No joke: Turkish women shouldn’t laugh, says deputy PM
Turkey’s deputy prime minister has been mocked on social media after saying women should not laugh in public. Bülent Arınc used a meeting for Eid al-Fitr to condemn perceived moral regression, consumerism and even excessive mobile phone use.

30.07.2014 08:44

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