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US District Judge Richard J. Leon, who was appointed to the federal district court in Washington by President George W. Bush, struck down the NSA’s exposed policy of collecting the dialing records of all phone calls in the country.
MiTechMate Online PC Support solved more than 1,000 cases of FBI MoneyPak Virus and “Your computer has been locked” Virus in November, making itself the best online PC tech team specialized
MiTechMate Online PC Support solved more than 1,000 cases of FBI MoneyPak Virus and Ukash Ransomware in November, making itself the best online PC tech team specialized in removing Ransomware.
The NSA, as well as its UK counterpart agency GCHQ, have been discovered lurking in online games.
Typically rivals, eight of the largest tech companies in the US have found common ground in the call for changes to federal surveillance laws and greater transparency about the government’s data collection practices.
According to a breaking story from the Washington Post the NSA gathers location data from cell phones around the world.
The Buckeye State could soon be known as the “Swearing State” instead, after a new study suggests that Ohio tops the nation as the place where people tend to curse the most. By contrast those in the state of Washington apparently curse the least.
The U.S. National Security Agency reportedly hacked more than 50,000 computer networks worldwide by mid-2012, infecting them with malware, according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the former government employee and whistleblower.
Twitter has added an extra layer of encryption to its service, making it more difficult for third-parties to spy on its users, and the popular micro-blogging network is calling on other Internet companies to do the same.
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