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The NSA Has Been Infiltrating Online Games
Looking for terrorists in World of Warcraft
NSA Has Secretly Been Hacking, Cracking, And Circumventing Encryption For Years
If you're using encryption with an American company, you might as well forget about any actual privacy.
New Details Emerge On The Surveillance Technology Used To Hunt Osama Bin Laden
All the technology in the world doesn't beat a knock on the door.
Tech-Law Blog Groklaw Shuts Down, Citing Government Surveillance
One of the leading voices in discussing technology and law chooses to "get off the Internet to the degree it's possible."
Is It Possible To Escape From Everyday Surveillance?
And not hide in the woods?
Meet The Man Behind Palantir, The CIA’s Shifty Data-Mining Contractor
Over at Forbes, Andy Greenberg has penned a fascinating profile of Alex Karp, the CEO of the CIA-funded data mining...
5 Sneaky Ways The NSA Spies On Americans
The U.S. government needs only three degrees of separation to look at Kevin Bacon's phone records.
What Spying Looked Like In The 1960s
Life magazine's cover story from 1966 gives us a glimpse of what privacy invasion used to mean.
The NSA Sucks More Than You Thought
The Guardian just exposed the NSA's "widest-reaching" surveillance program, "XKeyscore."
Spy Agencies Have Banned Lenovo Computers, Fearing Chinese Hardware Hacks
No Thinkpad for you, NSA employee. Update: The Australian Department of Defence has denied these claims.