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Congress limits NSA spying without warrants
The U.S. House of Representatives voted on June 19, 2014 to limit the NSA's ability to spy on American citizens without warrants. An amendment to a defense appropriations bill, this step towards surveillance reform is a step...
Microsoft to U.S. government: back down now
Microsoft took aim at the United States government through its general counsel, Brad Smith, in a blog post today. Marking the approximate one year anniversary of the real explosion of media and technology coverage concerning the extent of U.S...
Reset The Net: Say 'Nay' to the NSA
June 5, 2014, is the one year anniversary of the first NSA surveillance leak revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden. It's also the day a worldwide coalition of tens of thousands of Internet users, companies and organizations pledge to...
Snowden: I have harmed no one
Wednesday night (May 28, 2014), NBC presented a long interview that Brian Williams conducted with Edward Snowden in Moscow. Snowden has been labeled by the NSA and the Obama Administration as a high-school dropout and a low-level analyst...
Snowden: NSA ‘setting fire to Internet’
Former NSA contractor and intelligence analyst Edward Snowden said Monday that his one-time employer was essentially “setting fire to the future of the Internet” by conducting its mass surveillance programs.Snowden, who stole a trove of top...
Government spy agency collects millions of Yahoo webcam images
Britain's surveillance agency GCHQ, with aid from the US National Security Agency, collected still images of Yahoo webcam chats, British newspaper the Guardian reported Thursday.The surveillance program, codenamed Optic Nerve, intercepted and stored the webcam images of...
President Obama and NSA surveillance at a nexus
Yesterday, Friday Jan. 17, 2014 President Obama laid out a plan to limit some NSA surveillance programs as seen in the attached Reuters News video. In the analysis by The Times Minute videoMr. Obama is seen in...
How to safely browse the web in this era of surveillance
From time to time we republish works by the good folks at ProPublica. This article, "Privacy tools: how to safely browse the web," is part of ProPublica's ongoing investigation into surveillance and threats to our privacy...
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