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The National Security Agency (NSA) has been collecting contact lists and “buddy lists” of Internet users from across the globe with help from email and web chat companies such as Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Yahoo.
A recent report made by the Guardian has had the editors at UsenetReviewz.com inundated with readers wanting to know if their connection is safe from the prying of government agencies, or possibly
Microsoft-owned Internet Voice Over IP service Skype is being investigated by Luxembourg’s data protection commission over its alleged secret links to the National Security Agency, and the Prism spy program.
After a Guardian article, the editors at UsenetReviewz.com have decided to publish a chart to help their concerned readers determine who their VPN provider answers to... Undisclosed
Documents released Friday by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden reveal that the US security agency is attempting to target the privacy-protecting Tor web browsing software, various media outlets have reported.
New claims indicate that the National Security Agency has collected cellphone location data in the past and may be using it to spy on fellow Americans. The government has confirmed the collection of data, but denies its usage in intelligence.
For the past three years, the National Security Agency has been analyzing its vast repository of phone and e-mail logs, as well as other information, to create complex diagrams of the social connections of some US citizens, including their associates, travel companions and other personal interactions.
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The US National Security Agency (NSA) has the ability to access user data on several popular types of smartphones, according to reports published by German news outlet Spiegel this weekend.
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