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NSA illegally intercepted thousands of domestic emails

Aug 22, 2013

NSA illegally intercepted thousands of domestic emails

The National Security Agency illegally intercepted thousands of e-mails from Americans with no connection to terrorism and misled the court about the scope of what it was doing, according to latest declassified documents. #United States #World #NewsTracker #National Security Agency #NSA #Electronic Frontier Foundation #Foreign Intelligence Surveillance
19 organisations sue US government over NSA surveillance

Jul 17, 2013

19 organisations sue US government over NSA surveillance

Nineteen US organisations have filed a lawsuit against the National Security Agency (NSA), claiming that its secretive internet and telephone surveillance program violates the constitution. #United States #CIA #NewsTracker #National Security Agency #Electronic Frontier Foundation #Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court #Edward Snowden
NIA's cyber blunder: Uses Gmail ID to ask for info on Hyderabad blasts

Apr 04, 2013

NIA's cyber blunder: Uses Gmail ID to ask for info on Hyderabad blasts

Experts say that receiving such crucial information on the server of a private company (Google) can be a threat to national security. #Gmail #NIA #InsecureNet #CISPA #Hyderabad blasts #Electronic Frontier Foundation

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NIA's cyber blunder: Uses Gmail ID to ask for info on Hyderabad blasts

Sep 12, 2014

EFF Urges Congress To Protect Privacy In The Cloud

Despite its misleading name, the Electronic Communications Privacy Act of 1986 made it legal for the U.S. government to obtain citizens’ email without a warrant or probable cause. Now the Electronic Frontier Foundation and 70 other civil liberties or...
NIA's cyber blunder: Uses Gmail ID to ask for info on Hyderabad blasts

Sep 10, 2014

Users Of Comcast Public WiFi Now See Self-Promotional Comcast Ads, Raising Security Concerns

John Hopton for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online People using public WiFi hotspots provided by Comcast are seeing ads promoting the company’s own Xfinity services. The practice comes with security concerns as it uses JavaScript, however the servic... #Electronic Frontier Foundation #Comcast #PC World #Ars Technica #Dan Kaminsky
NIA's cyber blunder: Uses Gmail ID to ask for info on Hyderabad blasts

Sep 19, 2014

License plate scanner networks capture millions of vehicles' movements across the US

The license plate scanning systems have multiplied across the U.S. over the last decade, funded largely by Homeland Security grants, and judges recently have upheld authorities&apos rights to keep details from hundreds of millions of scans a secret f... #San Diego, CA #California #American Civil Liberties Union #Electronic Frontier Foundation #Los Angeles, CA #Michael Robertson #Los Angeles Police Department