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Levitation program tracked file-sharing sites, Snowden doc shows

The Canadian spy agency CSE monitors activity across over 100 free file upload sites, a newly-revealed PowerPoint document from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden’s cache has shown. 252 more words

Rupert Murdoch and the police treat journalists like terrorists : No loyalty when the Corporation is threatened. Murdoch saved his own neck at the expense of his Journalists.

The contempt for journalism has never been greater, both from within and without

Journalists must protect their sources. From whistleblowers revealing great secrets to exposés of everyday corruption and incompetence, few will talk if they fear they will lose their jobs or maybe more than their jobs. 1,049 more words

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Mass Surveillance Does Not Stop Terrorists, Europe's Top Rights Body Says - Vice News

Mass surveillance is ineffective in the fight against terrorism, threatens human rights and violates the privacy enshrined in European law, according to the Council of Europe

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A Prank Caller Got Through to British Prime Minister David Cameron

A prank caller managed to get through to British Prime Minister David Cameron on Sunday, prompting a security review at 10 Downing Street.

The caller claimed to be Robert Hannigan, the director of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), a U.K. 101 more words

#WILY - What I Learnt Yesterday - week 4

Another eclectic week of non related thought provocation…

(After nearly a month at this, I am realising that the book could be hard to pull together.   549 more words

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THE NAMES PLONK... JAMES PLONK

Another ‘I told you so’ and twice in ten minutes! Lol!

I told everyone I know long ago when I started over 4 years ago and once after a comment of ‘Your bit James Bond!’ and annoyed by this I answered ‘no James Bond wishes he was me!’ before going on to say ‘… and… 441 more words

Spy chief says Cheltenham's GCHQ is not Big Brother

GCHQ boss Sir Iain Lobban has said people should worry more about private firms snooping on them than spy agencies.

In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, the director of the Cheltenham-based listening post said commercial companies know everything about people and share the data. 373 more words

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