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NSA leaks

World’s top tech companies ask Congress to tighten NSA spying laws
Global technology giants like Google and Microsoft have teamed up with civil liberties groups to get Congress to change the country’s spying laws. Tech companies say they’re potentially losing billions in sales following Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations.

25.03.2015 14:59

False flags & cyber wars: New Snowden leaks reveal Canada spy agency’s ‘deception toolbox’
Top secret documents from Edward Snowden’s cache have revealed Canada’s ambition to become a big player in the world of electronic spying. The leak comes just as the country plans to vote on a law that would give its cyber agencies more powers.

23.03.2015 22:45

US spies feel 'comfortable' in Switzerland, afraid of nothing - Snowden
US spies operate in Switzerland without much fear of being unmasked, because Swiss intelligence, though knowledgeable and very professional, poses no threat to them, former NSA contributor Edward Snowden told Swiss TV.

22.03.2015 10:34

‘We have proof’: Wikipedia co-founder says NSA targeted organization
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales says he is confident his organization can defeat the National Security Agency’s mass surveillance program in a legal battle – because he has evidence that such spying caused the foundation harm.

11.03.2015 21:39

CIA worked to break into Apple devices for years – Snowden docs
Researchers working for the CIA were involved in a “multi-year, sustained effort” to crack security measures and undermine encryption on Apple devices, The Intercept reports, citing top secret documents leaked by Edward Snowden.

10.03.2015 14:12

Spy Mums: Recruit maternal Mata Hari's on Mumsnet, says security committee
Britain's intelligence agencies are missing out on an untapped recruitment pool and should employ more middle-aged women and mums, according to the UK's Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC).

05.03.2015 15:29

Sneaky Kiwis: Snowden leak exposes NZ doing NSA's Pacific dirty-work
New Zealand’s security agency is spying on its closest neighbors in the Pacific by collecting phone calls, emails and internet data, and then sending that data to its ally, America’s NSA, leaked Snowden files claim.

05.03.2015 09:47

Petraeus may not get jail time for talking to a journalist, but Sterling and others did
Following his guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of mishandling classified information, disgraced former CIA director David Petraeus is likely to avoid jail time for a crime similar to those committed by whistleblowers that received far worse punishment.

04.03.2015 18:39

Snowden ready to go to US if he gets fair trial - whistleblower's lawyer
Edward Snowden would go to the US if he was sure that he would face a fair trial there, the former NSA contractor’s lawyer Anatoly Kucherena says.

03.03.2015 10:05