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The NSA Published An Instruction Manual On How To Obtain Secret Documents Using Google (GOOG)

Der Spiegel says US bugged EU offices in Washington

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Today, German magazine Der Spiegel reported that it got a look at slides detailing the systematic bugging of European Union offices in the US. The news from the paper cited top-secret documents “that Spiegel has in part seen,” which were dated from 2010 and were recently obtained by Edward Snowden. The...
Der Spiegel says US bugged EU offices in Washington

Obama administration defends NSA collection of Verizon phone records

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White House upholds 'critical tool in protecting the nation from terrorist threats' as senior politicians condemn practiceThe White House has sought to justify its surveillance of millions of Americans' phone records as anger grows over revelations that a secret court order gives the National Security Agency blanket authority to collect...
Obama administration defends NSA collection of Verizon phone records
Leaked documents show the extent of America's drone war

Guardian: NSA has collected online information for 'more than two years' under Obama administration

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Today, The Guardian reported that the Obama administration has permitted the NSA to collect large amounts of Americans' online data -- including email records -- for more than two years. The shocker here is that the metadata collection program authorized by FISA was discontinued in 2011, but it appears...
Guardian: NSA has collected online information for 'more than two years' under Obama administration
Steganography: how al-Qaeda hid secret documents in a porn video

NSA leaker Ed Snowden's life on Ars Technica

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Edward Snowden in 2006. Ars user TheTrueHOOHA "Whistleblower or criminal?" asks the teaser on the New York Times' Opinion page. It's the question of the hour—speaking, of course, about Ed Snowden, whose leaks of top-secret documents from the National Security Agency began dribbling out last week via two newspapers,...
NSA leaker Ed Snowden's life on Ars Technica

Startup Sqrrl Has Tech That Lets Your Company Store Super Secret Data

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Sqrrl, a Cambridge, Mass.-based big data startup founded last year by six former National Security Agency employees, is building a business around tech that protects the US from terrorist attacks and other national security threats. The tech is called Accumulo, and the NSA created it in 2008 as a way...
Startup Sqrrl Has Tech That Lets Your Company Store Super Secret Data

Ministers forced to reveal British link to US data spying scandal

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MPs demand to know if UK spies bypassed law on intercepts, as Google denies allowing security agents accessMinisters will respond in parliament on Monday to claims that UK intelligence agencies have gained access to a vast reservoir of private data relating to people living in Britain - including emails and...
Ministers forced to reveal British link to US data spying scandal

Provisions under which NSA can collect, retain data on U.S. residents revealed

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Two secret documents describing the procedures the National Security Agency (NSA) is required to follow when spying on foreign terror suspects reveal the provisions that allow the agency to collect, retain and use information on U.S residents without a warrant, The Guardian newspaper reported today...
Provisions under which NSA can collect, retain data on U.S. residents revealed

Washington Post releases four new slides from NSA's Prism presentation

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Newly published top-secret documents detail how NSA interfaces with tech giants such as Google, Apple and MicrosoftThe Washington Post has released four previously unpublished slides from the NSA's PowerPoint presentation on Prism, the top-secret programme that collects data on foreign surveillance targets from the systems of nine participating internet companies.The...
Washington Post releases four new slides from NSA's Prism presentation

The Pirate Bay, WikiLeaks sagas will debut on film in 2013

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Two major tech tales are headed to big and small screens in 2013, along with the Steve Jobs biopic "jOBS" starring Ashton Kutcher that is slated to hit theaters in April. The two upcoming additions focus on well-known controversies: one is a documentary about the file-sharing site The Pirate...
The Pirate Bay, WikiLeaks sagas will debut on film in 2013

Hactivists Spoof the New York Times, Mainstream Media Miss the Point

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It was the New York Times op-ed that wasn't. After months of careful planning, Internet activists hailing from WikiLeaks, Anonymous and Yes Men quietly unfurled a very convincing New York Times web page on a lazy Sunday morning. The article fooled everyone for several hours as readers shared it widely...
Hactivists Spoof the New York Times, Mainstream Media Miss the Point
ACLU appeals for greater transparency on drone killings

Court questions unsealing of Apple v. Samsung documents in secrecy hearing

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Media advocacy groups and news organizations may face a tough struggle to unseal sensitive financials and other secret documents in future coverage of high-stakes litigation, as a federal appeals court hearing related arguments from the Apple v. Samsung jury trial expressed skepticism over how crucial the information is to the...
Court questions unsealing of Apple v. Samsung documents in secrecy hearing

Hacker Group Anonymous Has Threatened To Hurt Zynga And Facebook (ZNGA)

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The hacker group that calls itself Anonymous posted a warning message to Zynga and Facebook today. The message says it will take Facebook down on November 5 and release Zynga games to the public on that day for free if Zynga doesn't stop its alleged plans for massive layoffs and...
Hacker Group Anonymous Has Threatened To Hurt Zynga And Facebook (ZNGA)

Scary New Malware Targets Android Smart Phones, Steals Images, Reconstructs Rooms

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The fellas at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are calling it, "The Malware that will steal your life," and their doomsaying is not unfounded. The Technology Review reports that scientists at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, Ind., have designed an Android Operating System malware that secretly takes images...
Scary New Malware Targets Android Smart Phones, Steals Images, Reconstructs Rooms

AMD accuses former staff of giving 100,000 secret documents to NVIDIA

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AMD is suing four ex-employees for allegedly taking thousands of confidential documents with them went they left the company and went to work for NVIDIA. A complaint filed to the district court of Massachusetts reveals that AMD's former VP of Strategic Development Robert Feldstein, who was instrumental in designing...
AMD accuses former staff of giving 100,000 secret documents to NVIDIA

Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong for Moscow

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NSA whistleblower left on Aeroflot flight to Moscow, Hong Kong government confirms, two days after US charged him with espionageNSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has left Hong Kong, where he had been in hiding since identifying himself as the source of revelations on US surveillance programmes.The 30-year-old had previously said he...
Edward Snowden leaves Hong Kong for Moscow
Why Microsoft Might Spend $1B On Nook: E-Books Could Solve Its App Problem

Boundless Informant: the NSA's secret tool to track global surveillance data

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Revealed: The NSA's powerful tool for cataloging data - including figures on US collection • Boundless Informant: mission outlined in four slides• Read the NSA's frequently asked questions documentThe National Security Agency has developed a powerful tool for recording and analysing where its intelligence comes from, raising questions about its...
Boundless Informant: the NSA's secret tool to track global surveillance data

NSA whistle-blower revealed: 29-year-old former CIA staffer says he felt compelled to leak

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Another bombshell dropped on Saturday in the ongoing revelations surrounding the federal government’s PRISM surveillance program: the man who leaked the top-secret documents about the program came forward and revealed his identity — he is Edward Snowdon, a 29-year-old former technical assistant with the CIA. Snowdon said in an interview...
NSA whistle-blower revealed: 29-year-old former CIA staffer says he felt compelled to leak
Whither whistleblowing: Where have all the leaking sites gone?

Three independent bookstores suing Amazon, big six publishers over secret documents

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Three east coast bookstores are suing Amazon and the big six publishers, arguing that the two signed secret documents to allow the coding of e-books in a way that could only be read on an Amazon Kindle or Kindle app. The New York Times reports that the lawsuit was...
Three independent bookstores suing Amazon, big six publishers over secret documents

Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily

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Exclusive: Top secret court order requiring Verizon to hand over all call data shows scale of domestic surveillance under Obama• Read the court order in full hereThe National Security Agency is currently collecting the telephone records of millions of US customers of Verizon, one of America's largest telecoms providers, under...
Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily
AMD says former execs stole more than 100,000 secret documents before joining Nvidia

ITU Leaks And Hacks: The Internet Strikes Back

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In the span of 24 hours, two major strikes against the secretive International Telecommunication Union's World Conference on International Telecommunications in Dubai point to the Internet community hitting back in an attempt to bring transparency - and disruption - to the 12-day meeting of world governments about the future of the...
ITU Leaks And Hacks: The Internet Strikes Back

E-mail tells Senate staffers they should not access PRISM documents

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Senate security is reportedly telling its staffers to ignore the widely available “top secret” documents that revealed a couple of the NSA’s data collections programs last week. According to Forbes, the department sent out an e-mail to its employees saying that despite the fact that the information is out...
E-mail tells Senate staffers they should not access PRISM documents

Protect Your Privacy Online

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Protect Your Privacy Online is a post from Chris PirilloYour computer most likely holds the necessary data sufficient for successful identity theft. All that is needed for identity theft to occur is to tie a social security number to a name. If you access sites like PayPal or your bank...
Protect Your Privacy Online
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