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NSA still collecting Americans’ phone call data

The NSA has continued to collect bulk phone data on American citizens, despite Congress' attempt to limit its ability to do so in mid-2015.
by Kris CarlonMay 3, 2017

Google backs Apple on encryption debate as things heat up

Google CEO Sundar Pichai has come out in support of Apple CEO Tim Cook's refusal to comply with a court order demanding Apple assist the FBI with breaking the encryption on the iPhone.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 18, 2016

NSA can no longer collect info on your phone calls

Rest your tinfoil hats, folks (at least for a bit). Today opens a new era in North American history. One in which the NSA can no longer freely collect data on your telephone calls.
by Edgar CervantesNovember 29, 2015

Apple and Google Execs met in English mansion to secretly discuss government surveillance plans

Apple and Google met spy chiefs from seven countries to discuss their resistance to provide information to spy agencies and comply with government requests.
by Nirave GondhiaMay 23, 2015
 
 

NSA planned to use the Play Store to implant spyware on target smartphones

When it can’t legally force its way onto private systems, the NSA does its best to sneak in – case in point, a pilot program called Irritant Horn, that saw the NSA and its allies ...
by Bogdan PetrovanMay 21, 2015

(Update: investigation details) Gemalto assures its SIM cards are safe following NSA security breach

Dutch SIM card manufacturer Gemalto has just announced that their SIM cards are secure following the massive NSA/GCHQ security hack.
by Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 25, 2015

The NSA and GCHQ hacked a SIM card maker to steal your data

According to new leaked documents, the NSA and GCHQ hacked into Dutch SIM card manufacturer Gemalto's computers, stealing an immeasurable amount of encryption keys from the SIM card company.
by Jimmy WestenbergFebruary 19, 2015

The U.S. government continues to claim that encryption will lead to deaths

Both Google and Apple are now installing encryption schemes with their latest software.
by William Neilson JrNovember 20, 2014

AT&T wants the NSA to have a warrant when asking for location data

AT&T and Verizon are asked to hand over massive amounts of customer information.
by William Neilson JrNovember 19, 2014

Samsung Galaxy devices on the Knox platform approved for classified use

Several Samsung Galaxy devices have officially been approved by the NSA for use with classified information.
by William Neilson JrOctober 21, 2014
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