You are here: Home » nsa

nsa

Amnesty International suing UK government for spying

Human rights organization Amnesty International is suing the British government for its involvement in the NSA/GCHQ spying scandal exposed by Edward Snowden, based on the impeachment of the UK’s Human Rights Act. Amnesty is seeking a formal confirmation of whether it was or was not spied on. The group deals with highly sensitive cases, so Full Article

Tech giants address Obama and internet spying in open letter

The world’s top tech companies have united to create the Global Government Surveillance Reform movement, in an attempt to counter the recent surge in internet surveillance that has dogged ...Full Article

Putin: NSA surveillance necessary for counterterrorism

Despite his country’s apparent welcome of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, Russian president Vladimir Putin has gone on to claim that the agency’s surveillance activities are necessary for counterterrorism efforts. ...Full Article

NSA may have used Google and Yahoo’s fiber-optic cables against them

In the days of the Cold War, the Soviet Union was targeted by a spy operation code-named Echelon. The operation involved eavesdropping on the superpower and its allies through ...Full Article

NSA spied on ‘World of Warcraft’ and other online games

According to documents dating back to 2008 leaked by Edward Snowden, American and British intelligence agencies were using online games like World of Warcraft and Second Life to spy on users. ...Full Article

NSA Tech Can Hack Wi-Fi in 8 Mile Radius

New reports on NSA privacy threats have revealed that the government organization has the ability to snoop on any targets in an 8 mile radius as long as they ...Full Article