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Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA: Why we're here and where we're going

For the last two years, the Wikimedia Foundation has been fighting in the United States federal courts to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of Wikimedia users from overly-broad government  surveillance. 1,416 more words

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A Good American

About the Movie

“A Good American“ is a gripping docu-thriller about a groundbreaking surveillance program, the brilliant mastermind behind it and how a perfect alternative to mass surveillance was killed by NSA-management for money – three weeks prior to 9/11. 90 more words

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BBC Arabic found the sales included decryption software that could be used against the West.
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Europe's DP chiefs fire warning shots ahead of first EU-US Privacy Shield review

Europe’s data protection chiefs have fired a warning shot across the bows of the executive body of the Union ahead of the first annual review of the EU-US Privacy Shield. 953 more words

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The Black Market of Mass Surveillance Equipment

“Anyone who has looked at Iran, at the young population, can understand the enormous pressure and fear that they live under in a country where surveillance and restrictions and monitoring are not only systematic, but the consequences of being caught speaking your mind can be death.”

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After WannaCry, ex-NSA director defends agencies holding exploits

There’s not much more topical than cyber security right now. And who better to talk about it than former director of the NSA and ex-chief of the Central Security Service, general Keith Alexander? 387 more words

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Power of the Crowd Series: Number Four


It has been a while since we shared our initial thinking around the challenges facing the internet and we have had some excellent reaction to the discussion so far. 2,193 more words