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GCHQ Cyber Accelerator doubles down for second intake

A cyber security accelerator with links to the UK’s GCHQ intelligence agency is doubling down for a second program that’s larger and longer than the inaugural bootcamp which kicked off in… 870 more words


Investigating a ring of snoopers...Privacy International and other campaign groups argue in court that GCHQ's mass snooping is a breach of human rights

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A challenge to GCHQ’s use of non-specific warrants to authorise the bulk hacking of smartphones, computers and networks in the UK is starting at the court of appeal.The case, brought by the campaign group Privacy International (PI), is the latest twist in a protracted battle about both the legality of mass snooping and the primacy of civil courts over an intelligence tribunal that operates partly in secret.

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Live on the 22nd October, 2017. For one night only, as part of the PlymLit17 fest, at GCHQ in Plymouth, I’ll be performing Vanity Project live.

Watch Vanity Project here.

Simon Travers

The use of Prime Numbers in Computer Security

There have been two items in the news which have cropped up time and time again over the past few years. The first is Quantum Computing, and the second is Computer Security. 685 more words

Computer Security

Old Bell Tavern

95 Fleet Street, London EC4Y 1DH

Nearest tube: Blackfriars 0.3 miles

Nearest attraction: St Paul’s 0.3 miles

The hook

 Situated in a rather scruffy building between two Fleet Street shops, The Old Bell is not the most prepossessing of pubs from the outside. 492 more words

British Intelligence Agencies, Put Simply

By Campaign Agent William Fawcett

The concept of intelligence is a rather modern phenomenon, and the legal existence of our undercover agencies was only revealed in the late 1980s and 1990s. 1,397 more words

Politics Put Simply

British Intelligence Agencies

“Secret intelligence gives the Government a vital edge in tackling some of the most difficult problems we face… intelligence forewarns us of threats to our national security; helps the Government promote international stability; provides support and protection to our forces; contributes to our economic health; and strengthens our efforts against terrorism and serious crime.”

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