Microsoft has announced a new chip designed in collaboration with Intel, AMD, and Qualcomm that it says will add security to future Windows PCs.
The NSA could have access to the code repositories residing on GitHub, which is now owned by Microsoft, if past practices of the Redmond-based software giant are any indicator.
The US National Security Agency has backed down on one of its major surveillance programmes, announcing on Friday that it would stop collecting information from the US Internet backbone about foreign targets of interest, but only collect communications to and from those targets.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden’s Russian lawyer Anatoly Kucherena has recently expressed his and his client’s desire for clemency to be granted by President Donald Trump.
LinkedIn has launched legal action in the US, pressuring the US government to grant it permission to reveal how many data requests it has received from the National Security Agency (NSA).
An amendment that would mean less Government surveillance of citizens has been narrowly defeated on the floor of the US House of Representatives.
A fully encrypted private messaging app is on the way, courtesy of a co-founder of one of the most controversial websites in recent memory.
In the light of the PRISM revelations and other concerns about government surveillance, it's not surprising that the StartPage and Ixquick search engines have seen a surge in traffic.
Facebook has been taking Android users' phone numbers without their consent, according to Norton.
With all the talk around the NSA and surveillance, one developer has taken things into his own hands, creating a system that adds 'incognito mode' to Android.
The revelations of the PRISM electronic surveillance program conducted by the US National Security Agency (NSA) have sparked a wave of paranoia that we are all under the watchful gaze of malevolent eyes. Sales of George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984 have gone through the roof. Are the fears justified?
In the face of growing criticism of the US Government’s electronic surveillance practices, Facebook, Google and Microsoft have all said they do not give open access to user data.
The Defence Department is building a new secret communications facility designed to handle the ‘data deluge’ of electronic intelligence the US shares with Australia. PRISM is in town.
Opposition Communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull has issued a statement concerning the allegations about the NSA’s covert surveillance, codenamed PRISM.
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US Government electronic surveillance was become a major issue with recent revelation from US whistleblower Ed Snowden. Now the ramifications have reached Australia.
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