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Germany has dismissed a claim by NSA leaker Edward Snowden that it bowed to U.S. demands to water down legal protection for German citizens. Snowden told the European Parliament in a statement published Friday that Germany was pressured to modify its
The Snowden leaks have possibly been the most divisive and damning in US history, blowing the cover on the US government’s clandestine activities and introducing the world to the concept of mass surveillance and the like.
Fla. The National Security Agency apparently isn't the only government agency engaged in domestic spying. Local law enforcement is playing the role of Big Brother, too, but to what extent is still unknown. Recent court documents reveal a
A leading principle of international relations theory is that the state's highest priority is to ensure security...Kennan formulated the standard view, government is created to assure order and justice internally and to provide for the common defense.
That seems to me the only explanation for the US National Security Agency and British intelligence's Optic Nerve program, just revealed by The Guardian from the Snowden files. The analysts sneaked into millions of people's private webcam
It is the 1970s and we're at the height of the Cold War when an American, Joe Manson, unaccountably arrives in London and dies in a House of Commons storeroom although, with the connivance of Special Branch, the coroner and the public are given a
A short book that's long on wacky spy stories about the real source of the NSA leaks...According to their analysts, "Pokemon" meant "I am Jewish" in Hebrew, and this was going to sap all of Iraq's precious bodily fluids.
British spy agency GCHQ intercepted millions of conversations with webcam and screenshots are stored , including some sexually explicit , said Thursday Guardian. DSP files dating from 2008 to 2010 and delivered daily to the
Substantial quantities" of the images were sexually explicit, according to the Guardian , which broke the story Thursday...It was designed to identify potential terror suspects through automated facial recognition software...Such searches could be
Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg said Monday "the government blew it" by failing to explain its massive data collection program. Interviewed at a conference in Barcelona, Spain, Zuckerberg responded to a question about a document