The US National Security Agency is rebuffing efforts by a leading congressional critic to determine whether it is continuing to place so-called back doors into commercial technology products.
Edward Snowden can’t profit from his recently released memoir because he failed to get pre-publication clearance from US security agencies, a judge ruled.
The US National Security Agency is normally so secretive that its creation was classified, leading to the nickname “No Such Agency”. The agency has now opened its doors to journalists. But just a crack.
Do you remember the NSA’s phone-records programme? It was perhaps the most contentious of Edward Snowden’s revelations. Now the operation has been halted entirely – with barely a whimper.
Did you hear the latest gaffe from government? They want to monitor your WhatsApp messages. The fools! Everyone knows you can’t do that. For one thing, there’s just too much of it. For another, a lot of private communication is now encrypted. From Turkey
WikiLeaks has released what it claims is the largest leak of intelligence documents in history. It contains 8 761 documents from the CIA detailing some of its hacking arsenal. The release, code-named “Vault 7” by WikiLeaks, covers documents