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British Spies Battled To Stop Harry Potter Secrets From Being Leaked
GCHQ reportedly helped protect a yet-to-be published book from being pirated.
Recession, Falklands Complicate Business Ties With Brazil
Writes on sports and politics.
Hoping to improve its flagging reputation in major financial markets Brazil is putting a business-to-business spin on this week's Brazil-UK strategic dialogue in London.
NSA, British Spies Hacked SIM Card Maker, Had Access To Billions Of Phones: Report
By Reuters, Reuters
U.S. and British spies hacked into the world's biggest maker of phone SIM cards.
Davos 2015 Takes Aim at the Future of the Internet (and Cyber-security)
Cyber security researcher
Ongoing events and radical changes affecting today's society require a reassessment of power balances and technological advancements, while also reaffirming the urgency, already expressed in several public events, to draft and implement common policies at an International level.
The War on Privacy Is Over
Legal scholars have debated for many years whether or not the U.S. Constitution protects the "right to privacy." It appears
Spies Are Reportedly Collecting Webcam Images In Bulk
By Reuters, Reuters
Optic Nerve, which began as a prototype in 2008 and was still active in 2012, was intended to test automated facial recognition
Don't Believe The Hype: These New Services Won't Protect You From The NSA
Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, can disguise the locations of computers and encrypt Internet traffic to allow people to
UN Launching Investigation Into Surveillance
The Spies Who Hate Us
William J. Furney
Journalist and author
Britain and America's Orwellian spy agencies seem to think they know what's best for their respective, snooped-upon citizens, even if it means apparent side-stepping of democratic institutions designed to keep them in check.
's Computer Smash-Up Story Grows Increasingly Bizarre
Host of the Bob & Chez Show, Writer for Salon.com
Every publication makes mistakes. Every major publication has, at some point, botched a story. But the way things are going with
as it publishes this series of Edward Snowden "bombshells," we're well beyond isolated glitches.
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Guardian: Officials Demanded Snowden Materials
Alan Rusbridger, editor of The Guardian, wrote on Monday about an unsettling encounter with "security experts" from the U.K.'s GCHQ intelligence agency.
Guardian Editor: U.K. 'Security Experts' Entered Offices And Oversaw Destruction Of Hard Drives
Greenwald has been similarly undeterred by recent events. Following the detention of Miranda under the controversial schedule
UK Spy Agency's Use of U.S. Data Was Legal, Parliament Says
Welcome to the Decentralization of Your Life
Alan W. Silberberg
Founder, CEO Digijaks, Co-Founder Dalai VC. Cyber Security Expert
The world has become de-centralized. Your life is decentralized in ways you could not have imagined even 10 years ago. You carry the power of what was the world's most powerful computer 20 years ago in your pocket now.
Police Hunting 2 People In Slain British Spy Case
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