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Gifts from a good friend of mine. Thanks so much bro. More than 400 pages to read during flights. http://t.co/nAb41sbGqt

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NSA spies reportedly exploited iPhone location bug not fixed until 2011 | Ars Technica

File gave detailed account of users' whereabouts over extended periods of time.<p>The latest revelation about the National Security Agency's (NSA) …

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Hunting on the dark web is interesting to find new malicious activities running in the background. Besides the classic sites where you can order …

NSA reveals that it illegally gathered thousands of phone records, to the appalled astonishment of FISA court judge

As the Snowden leaks about NSA surveillance continue to trickle out, it's easy to miss the fact that the NSA is now releasing hundreds of pages of …

How far did the NSA go to weaken cryptography standards?

As cryptographers come to terms with recent leaks, the government's credibility is at risk<p>It started with an almost throwaway line in <i>The Guardian</i>'s bombshell NSA cryptography story. After pages of shocking revelations, the article revealed one secret document showing that the NSA had "worked …

Want to spy for GCHQ? Here's their recruitment puzzle to test your abilities

Author:<p>Published<p>in Encryption, Law & order 0<p>Surveillance is a growing business for countries like the United States and the UK, so it's no surprise …