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DALLAS, September 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Global lawful Interception industry is forecast to hit $1,342.4 million by 2019 according to a research report titled Lawful
Verizon reaffirmed its commitment to transparency on Tuesday and issued its second company transparency report, which covers the first six months of this year.
In a twist that seems more fitting of a John Grisham courtroom-based drama than a James Bond adventure the British spy community is reportedly being sued by a number of Internet Service Providers as well as members of Parliament.
Google won't get its day in court – at least not the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS). The highest court in the land on Monday declined to hear Google Inc.'s lawsuit challenge.
Vodafone has released a detailed report revealing the scope of government snooping into phone networks, suggesting that authorities in some nations are able to able directly access a network without seeking any permission from the carrier.
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A federal judge has refused Google’s request to throw out a lawsuit over charges the company used email to illegally wiretap customers and non-customers alike.
A US appeals court has upheld a decision against Google and now claims the search giant must be held responsible for violating wiretapping laws.
According to the Washington Post, a “government task force” is about to propose legislation which would fine Web companies that do not allow law enforcement agencies to 'wiretap' their users.