A federal judge who already ruled once against the administration of President Barack Obama and the National Security Agency in a lawsuit over the spy agency’s phone record collection program is set to make another decision about the case on Thursday. The lawsuit, brought by activist Larry Klayman in 2013, challenges the constitutionality of the […]

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WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 7, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch and now Freedom Watch announced today that the federal court in Washington DC will hold a hearing at 2:00 P.M. on October 8, 2015, on a motion for a preliminary injunction in the landmark case that resulted previously in a preliminary injunction […]

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By Emily Field Law360, New York (October 6, 2015, 3:18 PM ET) — An activist suing the government over the bulk collection of telephone data once again asked a D.C. federal court for a preliminary injunction on Monday to stop the National Security Agency from collecting the data, saying that adding new plaintiffs who are […]

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Intelexit is an activist group whose mission is to get spies to quit their jobs; they’ve recently installed billboards around spy complexes in the US and UK. They upped their game last Friday, flying drones over the Dagger Complex near Frankfurt, which houses the European Cryptologic Center and 1,100 employees who work on programs like […]

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Every time anyone uses a computer to send an e-mail, watch a video, do a Google search, or update a Facebook status, the National Security Agency (NSA) is probably collecting and collating that activity on one of its many servers. XKEYSCORE — the codename of the computer code used by the NSA to perform these […]

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Top secret documents leaked by former US National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have cast further light on the secretive XKEYSCORE analysis system used to process information captured from taps on internet fibre-optic backbones and other communications channels. Published by The Intercept, the documents date back to 2013 and detail a global mass surveillance system that […]

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The National Security Agency’s infamous XKEYSCORE program, revealed by leaker Edward Snowden, makes searching the world’s private communications as easy to use as Google, according to training documents published by the Intercept. XKEYSCORE was one of the first programs that the Guardian wrote about when Snowden began leaking NSA documents in 2013. On Wednesday, the […]

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Leaked documents have emerged claiming the US National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) are using mobile applications such as Angry Birds to spy on citizens. The Guardian reported uncovering the spy operations while examining documents leaked to it by controversial whistleblower Edward Snowden. The campaigns reportedly used the applications as […]

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A survey released by The Cloud Security Alliance has revealed that U.S. technology firms are losing a substantial number of international clients in response to news of America’s vast and unchecked surveillance infrastructure. The Cloud Security Alliance, a non-profit made up of 48,000 individuals and corporations involved in internet-related businesses, revealed in its survey that […]

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A survey released by The Cloud Security Alliance has revealed that U.S. technology firms are losing a substantial number of international clients in response to news of America’s vast and unchecked surveillance infrastructure. The Cloud Security Alliance, a non-profit made up of 48,000 individuals and corporations involved in internet-related businesses, revealed in its survey that […]

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A survey released by The Cloud Security Alliance has revealed that U.S. technology firms are losing a substantial number of international clients in response to news of America’s vast and unchecked surveillance infrastructure. The Cloud Security Alliance, a non-profit made up of 48,000 individuals and corporations involved in internet-related businesses, revealed in its survey that […]

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A survey released by The Cloud Security Alliance has revealed that U.S. technology firms are losing a substantial number of international clients in response to news of America’s vast and unchecked surveillance infrastructure. The Cloud Security Alliance, a non-profit made up of 48,000 individuals and corporations involved in internet-related businesses, revealed in its survey that […]

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