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Nov 20, 2013
From Android to desktop: Google Now feature coming to browsersInternet major Google is adding new features to its popular services like search page, maps and youtube to provide more personalised information especially related to day to day lives of its users.
Nov 19, 2013
Newly declassified surveillance documents released by Obama adminAnother release of declassified government surveillance documents is under way as part of an ongoing civil liberties lawsuit.
Aug 02, 2013
Coming soon: A movie on the life of Bradley ManningOnly one day after his conviction, the rights to Denver Nicks' book Private: Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks, and the Biggest Exposure of Official Secrets in American History have been brought by filmmaker Alex Gibney and producer Marc Shmuger
Jul 30, 2013
Bradley Manning verdict could test US notion of aiding enemyProsecutors have tried to prove Manning had "a general evil intent" and knew the classified material would be seen by al-Qaida. Legal experts said an aiding-the- enemy conviction could set a precedent because Manning did not give the classified material to them.
Jul 30, 2013
What will be the fallout from the Manning-WikiLeaks case?Tuesday's verdict means Pfc. Bradley Manning could face 20 years to life in prison for the largest leak of classified documents in U.S. history. Here is some other fallout from the case
Jul 12, 2013
Read the email Edward Snowden sent to human rights groupsHuman Rights Watch representative Tanya Lokshina posted the text of the email purported to be from Snowden on her Facebook page, which invited her and other representatives to a meeting at Moscow airport
Jul 12, 2013
Snowden requests meeting with human rights groups in MoscowFormer intelligence agency contractor Edward Snowden asked to meet human rights groups at a Moscow airport on Friday to discuss what he called "threatening behaviour" by the United States to prevent him gaining asylum
Jul 10, 2013
India's Central Monitoring System: Security can't come at cost of privacyThe limited information available about the central monistoring system project has raised serious concerns about its need and the consequences of government snooping on such a mass scale.
Jul 03, 2013
Snowden rightfully charged in courts, says USRejecting allegations of political vendetta, the US has said Edward Snowden is rightfully charged by its courts for espionage and leaking classified information, and Washington is making diplomatic efforts to ensure he is brought back to face those charges
Jun 27, 2013
We will review Snowden's asylum plea responsibly: EcuadorEcuador has said that it would "responsibly" review the asylum request of former CIA operative Edward Snowden and asked the US to argue its case for his extradition