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The rise of the new Crypto War

The U.S. government wants to stop terrorists and criminals from ‘going dark.’ But at what cost?

On by Eric Geller

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U.S. tech companies expected to lose more than $35 billion due to NSA spying

A new report finds that NSA spying is the ultimate tech-business buzzkill.

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Senate passes NSA-reform bill to revive expired spying powers

President Obama has said he will sign the bill into law.

On by Eric Geller

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New bill would completely gut the Patriot Act

It’s not subtle, but it would get the job done.

On by Kevin Collier

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A brief look at Sen. Lindsey ‘I never emailed’ Graham’s history with the Internet

It’s an illustrious history.

On by Kevin Collier

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Former Chief Privacy Officer warned Microsoft of NSA in 2011

Snowden wasn’t such a surprise to some people.

On by Patrick Howell O’Neill

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Obama vows to sign USA Freedom Act, the NSA reform bill

A better privacy protections for Americans just a signature away?

On by Kevin Collier

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Major NSA critic Mark Udall loses Senate reelection

Do Americans even care about their privacy?

On by Kevin Collier

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How to get a phony identity with just one click

You can always be more anonymous.

On by Miles Klee

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Yahoo faced $250K daily fine for not sharing your data with the NSA

Yahoo disclosed the huge fine along with more than a thousand pages of court documents on Sept. 11.

On by Eric Geller

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Facebook users are lining up to join class action lawsuit

An Austrian student’s lawsuit has proved overwhelmingly popular.

On by Miles Klee

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NSA’s Internet spying program totally legal, Obama review board finds

The¬†Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board found “no trace” of illegal activity.

On by Kevin Collier

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Congress votes in first major NSA restrictions

No more backdoors for the NSA?

On by Kevin Collier

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Germany to ice-out government contractors that work with the NSA

But will Germany break ties with one of their its contractors?

On by Tim Sampson

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5 key takeaways from Glenn Greenwald’s new book about the NSA

The Snowden saga is far from over.

On by Tim Sampson

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