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Whistle-blower Julian Assange of WikiLeaks has revealed Afghanistan to be the second nation to have all of its phone calls made from mobiles monitored, stored and archived by the NSA's MYSTIC program.
Michael Hayden, the former director of the NSA and CIA, said today that Gmail is the number one online service used worldwide by terrorists, saying, "it's free, it's ubiquitous, so of course it is."
Edward Snowden's NSA leaks have been the source of much consternation for companies like Google and Facebook; now, they're working with the White House in an attempt to provide greater transparency.
With the Def Con conference finishing up, one reporter posed a question to the participants: Would you work for the NSA? The responses were mixed, but it seems that most people said, "Hell no!"
Newly leaked training documents from the NSA show the existence of a program called XKeyscore, designed to view online content from almost anywhere, with Microsoft's Excel used as an example
Thousands of demonstrators take to the streets of Germany after fears that it may become another "surveillance nation". German Chancellor Angela Merkel denied any involvement with the NSA.
Microsoft and Facebook were the only tech giants to lobby against the laws that allowed the NSA to conduct its PRISM program but even so, it wasn't a strong effort by either company.
A recent comment from NSA chief General Keith Alexander seems to hint that NSA data leaker Edward Snowden may have used Microsoft's SharePoint to help move those files.
Microsoft have responded to allegations over personal data sharing in a blog post, while asking the Attorney General to allow them to publish all National Security requests received.
The Guardian reports that, according to files leaked by ex-NSA contractor Edward Snowden, Microsoft allowed the spy agency access to several of its services, including Outlook.com, Skype and SkyDrive.
It sounds like France may also have their very own PRISM-like spying network, gathering data from the Internet into a centralized database housed underground. Which country will be announced next?
The man behind the recent leak of information of the NSA's large-scale surveillance program will be taking part in a live question-and-answer session at 11 a.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Microsoft has now shared some details on information requests it has received from US national security agencies in the wake of the massive online spy scandals revealed earlier this month.
Mozilla's Prism project has been around for quite a while now, and many companies have been using and testing it throughtout the life of its development thus far; it may have taken a rather long...
The Prism prototype is now available for Mac and Linux, on par with the updated version for Windows that resolves a few issues, meaning Prism now provides a cross-platform way to integrate the web platform...
Mozilla Labs is launching a series of experiments to bridge the divide in the user experience between web applications and desktop apps and to explore new usability models as the line between traditional desktop and...
Prism video conversion software is a free video file format converter for Windows. It can convert video files from avi, divX, mpg, vob, wmv (Windows Media Video formats), 3gp (mobile phone format) and more into...
Prism video file conversion software is a free video file format converter for Windows. It can convert video files from avi, mpg, vob, wmv (Windows Media Video formats) and more into avi, asf or wmv...
New research by the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich could bring high-end LCD colour capabilities to LCD and TV screens. Arrays of thousands of tiny "super prisms" controlled by robotic muscles are able...