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
 

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
Oliver Stone's Snowden Movie Could Feature Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Oliver Stone's Snowden Movie Could Feature Joseph Gordon-Levitt

by Gabriela Vatu, September 22nd, 2014
The "Dark Knight Rises" actor may play a role in the movie
NSA Denies Having Any Proof That Snowden Complained About Programs' Legality to Bosses

NSA Denies Having Any Proof That Snowden Complained About Programs' Legality to Bosses

by Gabriela Vatu, September 13th, 2014
As expected, the NSA hasn't discovered any emails to prove Snowden's claim of talking about the agency's overreach
 

PRISM: Yahoo Was Threatened with Fine of $250,000 per Day by the US Government

Since Yahoo was unwilling to cooperate with the US government, they put pressure on the company to make sure it complied
by Gabriela Vatu, September 12th, 2014
 

Edward Snowden Could Get Swiss Asylum If He Testifies in NSA Probe

If Snowden's safety can be guaranteed, he's likely to travel to Switzerland in the coming months
by Gabriela Vatu, September 8th, 2014
 

NSA and FBI Ask Tech Brokers for Access to ISP Data on Customers

Most often than not, smaller ISPs don't directly handle govt data requests, but they task others to do it for them
by Gabriela Vatu, September 6th, 2014
 
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