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The government will shortly launch 'Netra', the defence ministry's internet spy system that will be capable of detecting words like 'attack', 'bomb', 'blast' or 'kill' in a matter of seconds from reams of tweets, status updates, emails, instant
From our TV’s to our games consoles – is there anywhere we can enjoy some privacy? According to The Register LG are
Microsoft has joined Google in a legal push for permission to disclose more information about secret government requests for data, according to a US court filing made public...US government to 'tap directly into the central servers' of Microsoft and
Germany has demanded an explanation from the British government over reports that its intelligence agency had systematically snooped into Internet and telephone data of millions of users in the country by tapping transatlantic undersea cables...
Lawyers for a west suburban teenager charged with plotting to set off a bomb outside a downtown Chicago bar accused prosecutors Friday of dodging questions about whether the investigation was sparked by a massive government surveillance program.
EDT June 21, 2013 The critics are having a field day with President Obama's comment this week that the court which oversees the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act is "transparent."...We don't doubt that there are good reasons for secrecy at the
President Obama escalated his administration's defense of controversial surveillance programs, claiming Wednesday that the efforts have "saved lives." The president addressed what has become a global controversy after his NSA director and other top
Using a baseball metaphor, in the field of national security, when the United States comes to bat, it often starts with 2 1/2 strikes against it. Strike 1 is the chronic tendency to misinterpret, distort and even invent threats often for politically
News Sources on June 18, 2013 Glenn Greenwald writes : Since we began began publishing stories about the NSA's massive domestic spying apparatus, various NSA defenders beginning with President Obama have sought to assure the public that this is all
President Obama has had difficulty finding his footing and has been late to the game in defending federal intelligence surveillance programs as a valuable weapon for thwarting terrorist plots, national security analysts say. When Mr. Obama appeared