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Affaire #Gemalto : La vie privée – encore – à l’épreuve de la surveillance

Alors que nous parlions il y a quelques jours de l’illégalité des noces entre les services secrets britanniques et leurs homologues américains, Edward Snowden a révélé de nouvelles informations sur cette coopération, portant cette fois-ci sur l’intrusion de ces mêmes services dans le système informatique du plus grand producteur mondial de cartes SIM « Gemalto », dérobant ainsi les clés de chiffrement des cartes qui servent à protéger le caractère privé des données personnelles de leurs clients. 1,379 more words

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Les noces Illégales entre les services secrets de sa Majesté et la NSA

Le 6 février dernier, le tribunal britannique « l’Investigatory Powers Tribunal » a rendu une décision historique en réponse à une plainte collective de plusieurs associations de défense des libertés fondamentales. 293 more words

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Lies, spies and the story Chilcot missed

CROSSPOST: Yvonne Ridley

Sir John Chilcot’s report into the war in Iraq contains 2.6 million words and took seven years to complete yet there is one story which was untold in the dossier. 1,492 more words

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Lies, spies and the story Chilcot missed

By Yvonne Ridley | MEMO | July 10, 2016

Sir John Chilcot’s report into the war in Iraq contains 2.6 million words and took seven years to complete yet there is one story which was untold in the dossier.

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Making design better by being open

TL;DR: GCHQ’s tech team published a paper on GitHub about their digital transformation. Lots of people should read it, so we’ve improved their design to make it clearer. 342 more words

Design

wheels finally come off the Guardian's Russophobia


The Graun’s latest piece of Russophobia is so flamingly, screamingly ridiculous, there’s no need to deconstruct it….

Senior government officials fear the violence unleashed by Russian hooligans at Euro 2016 was sanctioned by the Kremlin and are investigating links with Vladimir Putin’s regime.

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New Snowden document reveals UK spy agency warned of 'too much data' risk in 2010

Another document from the original cache leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden in 2013 has just been published by The Intercept, and it further bolsters the view that government intelligence agencies’ bulk collection of data for investigatory purposes is counterproductive to national security efforts. 739 more words

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