The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill, otherwise known as the Snooper’s Bill or Charter, has been successfully rushed through Parliament.
More than a third of Americans who are aware of Edward Snowden’s NSA revelations have taken at least one step to protect their information.
Human rights charity Amnesty International has called last week’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) “farcical” due to government’s refusal to explicitly confirm or deny surveillance practices.
Human rights organisation Amnesty International is calling for an inquiry following the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) spy agency’s admission to using its resources to spy on them.
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A variety of human rights and privacy campaigners and groups have reacted in a negative manner to a new Parliamentary report on massive surveillance.
Prime Minister David Cameron has called for more government Internet surveillance powers following last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
With the United States Air Force (USAF) suffering from pilot shortages, the Pentagon has joined the drone group with the backing of the US Army, Special Forces and approved third-party contractors who will increase drone activity by 50 per cent.
Seven Internet service providers have made a legal claim against the UK intelligence agency over allegations of multiple network attacks and illegal surveillance.
The UK’s history of cryptography is fascinating, with famous cryptanalysts like Alan Turing, Dillwyn Knox, and W. T. Tutte deciphering different code machines used in World War I and II.
A judicial tribunal has ruled the Government Communications Headquarters surveillance of two international human rights groups was illegal, another strike on the spying department’s murky record.
Internet users from the UK and Germany are more likely to stop using or delete an account for an online service than those from the United States, according to research into data privacy concerns.
Facebook has revealed that governments around the world are requesting more user data than ever before.
The UK government is attempting to rush new surveillance regulation through Parliament that would allow emergency services continued access to phone and Internet records.
Amid claims that it violated citizens privacy and respect, the EU Court of Justice has nullified a previous directive that allowed the storing of data on communications for up to two years.
A group of humans rights and privacy campaigners and charities have come together to take the UK government to the European Court of Human Rights over mass surveillance practices.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has issued its updated CCTV code, claiming it to be “truly fit for the times that we live in.”
According to a new survey by KPMG, consumers are increasingly concerned that technology is dominating their lives, with many desiring a return to “simple” devices.
The conflict between privacy and security is a long-running one, often inflamed by global threats, but always present.