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Personal changes in spy agencies

January 31, 2014

Personal changes were announced in two spy agencies most affected by the Snowden affair. Iain Lobban, the Director of the British GCHQ announced that w... read more

Wrong redaction of the leaked documents reveals identity of NSA agent

January 29, 2014

The presentation of the NSA from 2010 revealing the mechanisms of gathering data from mobile applications seems to be badly redacted. New York Times published the document wit... read more

Obama’s reform of the NSA surveillance

January 20, 2014

President Barack Obama has presented his reform of the surveillance activities of the NSA and other agencies on Friday, January 17 in a 45-minute speech at the Department of Justice. The reform f... read more

NSA collects hundreds of millions text messages a day

January 17, 2014

Guardian has published slides from GCHQ presentation describing program DISHFIRE of the NSA. DISH... read more

The NSA has means to obtain data from computers not connected to the internet

January 16, 2014

While the news of NSA tracking hundreds of thousands computer systems by implanting spyware was revealed earlier as shown in the documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, the New York Times now read more

Spiegel.de publishes another revelations in Snowden case

December 30, 2013

German Spiegel has published another documents leaked by Edward Snowden revealing practices of the NSA. The documents describe the activities of two NSA unitsread more

RSA denies Snowden allegations of secret deal with the NSA

December 27, 2013

RSA has denied Reuters report on secret contarct with the NSA worth 10 million USD. Acoording to this contract, the RSA should have made the random number g... read more

UN General Assembly approved resolution on right to privacy in digital age

December 19, 2013

The UN General Assembly has unanimously approved resolution on „ The right to privacy in the digital age“. The resolution was passed after long ... read more

Federal judge decided that mass surveillance is unconstitutional

December 17, 2013

Federal District Judge Richard Leon of the District of Columbia ruled that mass collection of phone metadata of American citizens is contrary to the requirements of the U.S. C... read more

General Alexander’s hearing in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee

December 12, 2013

NSA Chief and Commander of the U.S. Cyber Command testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. General Alexander claimed that mass surveillance techniques employed by the NSA are necessary to protect safety of Americans and that there is no other w... read more