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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.
A Microsoft professional has warned that the Tor browsing network that aims to provide users with a totally secure browsing experience is no longer impenetrable by the NSA or GCHQ.
Google has finally admitted that they will no longer use their Street View cars to snap up details of users' wi-fi networks that it passes along the way. Google had stated that they only used...
According to the UK's Information Commissioner Office (ICO), Google did not collect any personal details when collecting data from wifi networks for their location based services. Google was cleared of the charges after the ICO...
A vulnerability in Firefox's popup blocker software creates a means to read files from affected systems, security researchers warn. The flaw, coupled with some tricksy coding, establishes a mechanism for hackers to read user-accessible files...
A controversial computer surveillance project that would comb through the personal records of Americans in the search for suspected terrorists has suffered a severe setback. The US Senate has voted to cut...
Following from last weeks news that there would be amendments to bills passed through the UK parliament to allow MI5 to snoop internet traffic, now it has been revealed that there will be more changes...