Latest US National Security Agency Stories
The Wikimedia Foundation, owners and operators of the popular crowd-edited reference website Wikipedia, has filed a lawsuit against the US National Security Agency (NSA) in response to the organization’s surveillance program.
Ever since Edward Snowden first blew the lid off the US National Security Agency’s data collection practices, Americans have been looking for a way to keep their information safe from prying eyes in the federal government.
US National Security Agency reportedly employees spent years monitoring domestic and international companies to find security vulnerabilities that could be exploited for surveillance purposes.
It might sound like something out of a science fiction movie, but according to Edward Snowden, it’s all too real: the NSA is developing a cyber-defense system capable of not only automatically neutralizing foreign cyberattacks but also launching retaliatory strikes against those nations.
Speaking via Skype to the attendees of the SXSW conference in Austin, Texas on Saturday, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said that the US National Security Agency (NSA) had become a “rogue agency”...
A British spy agency and the NSA have reportedly intercepted millions of Yahoo users’ webcam images across the globe with a program known as Optic Nerve.
While the Obama administration has made statements that the NSA will back off from its surveillance efforts, news has come out that the government agency is developing new tactics to pursue its surveillance efforts.
At least a quarter of Canadian and UK businesses are looking outside of US borders for data storage, according to a survey conducted by Vancouver, British Columbia-based web hosting service PEER 1.
The blog and social media accounts of Microsoft-owned voice-over-IP (VOIP) service Skype were hacked by a group claiming to be the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) on Wednesday, various media outlets have reported.
According to a report Sunday from the German publication Der Spiegel, a special hacking unit from the US National Security Agency (NSA), intercepts deliveries of new computer equipment and plants spyware.