Americans Who Like To Send Messages About Foreign Targets Will Get No Trouble From NSA

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That is foreign surveillance targets if it wasn’t clear from the outset. Regardless, the end result remains the same. NSA spying will come to an end on American people who send messages about targets that are foreigners. And the American people can thank the FISA court for reigning in some of NSA’s powers. Now, there …

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Top methods that will help you escape from NSA all seeing-eyes

Hackers reconstruct NSA hacking device

The NSA is currently intercepting millions of private images every single day for its massive facial-recognition project. Data intercepted by NSA are numerous as your text messages spying, your social media posts, your emails, even your Facetime and other webcam video conferencing sessions. All these are being done for multifarious reasons and not just to …

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Encryption; should governments have a way in?

Encryption governments have way

Every time there is a major terrorist attack the governments involved are asked to look for clues that they missed and therefore the successful attack. The recent attack in Paris is no different, with intelligence officers from across the world examining how intelligence in France missed the communication between the obviously coordinated attacks. The same …

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DuckDuckGo traffic grown 600% since 2013, thanks to NSA and Apple

DuckDuckGo Traffic Has Exploded

On Tuesday, DuckDuckGo, the search engine that has developed its status as the privacy-friendly search engine said, the traffic of the search engine has grown 600% since the National Security Agency mass surveillance programs got revealed in year 2013 by Snowden. As Apple made DuckDuckGo a search option in iOS 8, it also exploded the …

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Edward Snowden: Privacy Stays ‘Under the Umbrella of Threat’

Privacy Stays 'Under the Umbrella of Threat'

It’s been 2 years since American NSA (National Security Agency) employee Edward Snowden took and revealed hundreds of files to the media about US mass surveillance programs.  Snowden actions made headlines worldwide – and ever since driven changes in the way federal government spy on general public. The whistleblower Edward Snowden has confined a new …

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NSA mass surveillance reformed, now Govt. won’t collect the data instead mobile firms will

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Advocates of reforming NSA (National Security Agency) practices are currently focusing on other controversial plans that American Freedom Act didn’t mention. Now that the National Security Agency’s bulk surveillance programs have efficiently been neutered, what is the future of privacy? The president of America, Barack Obama singed a reformed act of the NSA (National Security …

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US Tried but Failed to Hack North Korean Nuclear Program via Stuxnet Virus, Reuters

US Tried and Failed to Hack North Korean's Nuclear Program via Stuxnet Virus

America tried to install a version of the computer worm named Stuxnet to hack North Korea’s nuclear missiles program 5 years ago, however, eventually failed. The secret failed cyber attack has been revealed by folks familiar with the secret US campaign. According to a fresh report, Stuxnet (the private digital weapon) was created and installed …

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Good News! NSA is going to shutdown mass surveillance programs

NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores

Finally a good news for American citizens that the NSA (National Security Agency) is planning to shut its mass surveillance plans down. On 9th of May, NSA mass phone surveillance ruled illegal by the Fedral Court of America. But last Friday night a Senate voted, the National Security Agency is preparing to take steps to …

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Report: NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores to spy on phones

NSA planned to hijack Google and Samsung app stores

Nation Security Agency (NSA) of the US and its partners (Five Eyes) planned to attack Samsung Electronics Co. alongside Google Play app stores as a part of a venture to spy on the smartphones a couple of years. A newly published Adward Snowden leak discloses that the NSA intended to attack the Google Play and …

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Privacy concerns raised by Google, Apple and other tech giants to Obama

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Tech giants like Google, Apple, and others trust Govt. would be pushing US natives at danger if it make tech organizations obliged to fabricate an indirect access for law enforcement. And currently the Giants released a letter to Barack Obama, asking him to counteract such a change by Parliament. The Washington Post was first found to address the …

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