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‘GCHQ's Cryptoy app designed to bribe hearts & minds of young people’
GCHQ’s new Cryptoy app was developed to win the hearts and minds of Britain's youth; the agency likely hopes to use it for conducting warrantless surveillance through users' laptops and phones, British journalist Tony Gosling told RT.

15.12.2014 15:26

Snowden, nein! High court foils opposition attempt to bring whistleblower to Berlin
A German court has rejected a bid by opposition parties to bring ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden to Berlin to testify about the US agency’s intelligence activities in Germany before a parliamentary committee.

12.12.2014 16:17

Efficiency no justification for criminal activity - Snowden on CIA torture report
The world cannot accept efficiency as an excuse for what is essentially “criminal behavior” on the part of the CIA, former NSA contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden told Amnesty International via a Paris-Moscow video link.

10.12.2014 16:56

Global internet freedoms in decline – monitoring group
Internet freedom around the world has tumbled for the fourth consecutive year, with 36 out of 65 assessed countries showing negative trends as more governments resort to repressive measures that stifle online use.

06.12.2014 13:57

Snowden movie picks up top docu award
"CitizenFour," a documentary about former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, who blew the whistle on top secret NSA materials, exposing US surveillance network worldwide, has won the International Documentary Association top award for best feature in LA.

06.12.2014 13:44

NSA leak shows effort to exploit cell networks around the world
​Collecting the call records of millions of Americans is nothing compared to the latest revelation about the National Security Agency. According to documents published on Thursday, the NSA is working to exploit every cell phone network on Earth.

04.12.2014 17:49

‘Exposing Orwellian surveillance’: Greens call on Sweden to grant Edward Snowden asylum
Sweden’s Greens have called on Stockholm to grant NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden political asylum and fly him to the country on an official government plane. The move comes as Snowden prepares to receive a Swedish “alternative Nobel” human rights award.

01.12.2014 08:57

Britain’s GCHQ monitored Irish internet traffic
Britain’s surveillance body, Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), could be tapping underwater cables connecting Ireland to the global web, according to a new document leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden and released by German media.

29.11.2014 17:43

Ron Paul praises defeat of USA Freedom Act
​Former congressman Ron Paul is praising lawmakers on Capitol Hill for failing to approve the USA Freedom Act last week, even though the bill would have reformed some of the policies of the National Security Agency.

24.11.2014 15:24

Germany to drop investigation into US spying on Merkel - report
Germany might decide to drop the investigation against the US tapping of Angela Merkel’s communications according to a German magazine report released Saturday.

22.11.2014 16:50

80% of Americans concerned about govt surveillance online - survey
In the first major study since NSA contractor Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the government’s domestic spying programs, Americans are wary about online invasions of privacy, according to a national survey.

13.11.2014 06:16

Joseph Gordon-Levitt to play Snowden in Oliver Stone’s biopic
Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is now confirmed to play the role of National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden in an upcoming Oliver Stone-directed film, ending months of speculation surrounding who would be selected.

11.11.2014 17:42