Device Makers, Telecoms Face Competing Government Demands on Privacy
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News and Articles About Government Surveillance
Snapchat Complies With Government Data Requests at a Higher Rate Than Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook and Google
This, according to the company's first ever transparency report.
CIA Sought to Hack Apple iPhones for Nearly a Decade
Top-secret documents suggest U.S. government researchers created a version of Apple's application development tool to create surveillance backdoors into programs distributed on the App Store.
The online storage company has a new set of data request principles to guide its decision making when responding to government requests.
Judge Says NSA Phone Surveillance Is Constitutional
Just 11 days after a federal judge in Washington said the NSA's phone-data collection program is 'almost certainly' unconstitutional, a federal judge in New York said the program is legal.
Tech Giants Form Group to Pressure U.S. Over Surveillance
Amid NSA snooping, the biggest American Internet companies are taking a list of demands to Washington.
Marissa Mayer, Traitor?
Recent comments from Yahoo's CEO suggest U.S. technology companies can be charged with the high crime of treason if they meddle in the government's attempt to collect private data on citizens.
Another Site Shuts Down on Government Surveillance Fears
Groklaw, generally considered the go-to web community for legal issues related to technology, has abruptly shut down, citing the U.S. government's surveillance of emails.
Amid Surveillance Concerns, Email Services Pull Plug on Themselves
Two prominent secure email services have shut down, apparently under pressure from the federal government.
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