China Stole F-35 Fighter Jet Plans, Snowden Leak Confirms

North Korea spied on through “fourth party” data collection
by Ionut Ilascu, January 19th, 2015
 

Help End the NSA’s Mass Spying with This Free App

EFF releases free advocacy app for Android users, leaves iOS customers out because of Apple’s strict guidelines
by Filip Truta, January 8th, 2015
 

Leaked Documents Show the NSA Had Full Access to Skype Chats

The NSA could freely access Skype user content, including voice, video, shared files, and text messaging
by Bogdan Popa, December 31st, 2014
US Senate May Vote on Freedom Act Next Week

US Senate May Vote on Freedom Act Next Week

by Gabriela Vatu, November 14th, 2014
The NSA mass surveillance practices may reach an end
 

Joseph Gordon-Levitt to Play Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone Film

The actor will be portraying the whistleblower in the film that's scheduled for release sometime in 2016
by Gabriela Vatu, November 11th, 2014
 

Why Privacy Is an Absolute Human Right, Must Be Respected by Spy Agencies

Spy agencies want to discuss what privacy means, even though the definition is pretty clear and has been for a long time
by Gabriela Vatu, November 4th, 2014
Verizon Denies Banning Editors of Its New Tech News Site from Writing About Surveillance, Net Neutrality

Verizon Denies Banning Editors of Its New Tech News Site from Writing About Surveillance, Net Neutrality

by Gabriela Vatu, October 30th, 2014
Verizon says SugarString will write about topics that fit its mission, without expanding on what the mission is
 

Survey Says People Trust the NSA More than Google

While both collect people's data, Google asks for permission, while the NSA just takes it all without evidence
by Gabriela Vatu, October 29th, 2014
 

Verizon's New Tech News Site Bans US Surveillance and Net Neutrality Stories

The site's rules don't allow editors to write about two of the biggest topics for today's media due to Verizon's role
by Gabriela Vatu, October 29th, 2014
 

GCHQ Chief Claims Agents Would Rather Quit than Be a Part of Mass Surveillance

Since the GCHQ helps the NSA with mass surveillance and the GCHQ still has loads of employees, the math doesn't add up
by Gabriela Vatu, October 21st, 2014
 

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
 
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