United Nations: Mass Surveillance Hurts the Right to Privacy

The UN is addressing mass surveillance and how it impacts people all over the world as it violates the right to privacy
by Gabriela Vatu, October 15th, 2014
 

Snowden: I'd Return to US for Open Trial, but Got Refused

A fair and open trial, with judges, isn't something US authorities want when they get their hands on Snowden
by Gabriela Vatu, October 13th, 2014
 

Edward Snowden Documentary “Citizenfour” Gets Trailer

Ahead of the October 24 launch, a trailer for the documentary has made its way online giving us a taste
by Gabriela Vatu, October 11th, 2014
The NSA Doesn't Want You to Know What Information It Has Leaked on Its Own

The NSA Doesn't Want You to Know What Information It Has Leaked on Its Own

by Gabriela Vatu, October 11th, 2014
The NSA has already leaked the information, but it doesn't want you to know it was them behind it all
 

Twitter Fights for Transparency, Sues Government over Right to Tell Users About Surveillance

Twitter wants to tell users about the National Security Letters and FISA orders it receives in its Transparency Reports
by Gabriela Vatu, October 8th, 2014
 

Tim Berners-Lee Asks for a Digital Bill of Rights to Put a Stop to Online Snooping

Berners-Lee wants people to have the same privacy online as offline, in light of the extensive snooping taking place
by Gabriela Vatu, September 29th, 2014
Yahoo's Transparency Report: 18,594 Requests for 30,551 Accounts

Yahoo's Transparency Report: 18,594 Requests for 30,551 Accounts

by Gabriela Vatu, September 26th, 2014
The first semester of the year hasn't been too busy
 

Australia Gives Spy Agency Powers to Tap an Unlimited Number of Devices with One Warrant

The Australian spy agency is getting legal powers to spy on the whole Internet with a single warrant
by Gabriela Vatu, September 25th, 2014
 
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