MacDailyNews

Apple and Mac News

Apr 17, 2014 - 05:15 PM EDT — AAPL: 524.94 (+5.93, +1.14%) | NASDAQ: 4095.516 (+9.291, +0.23%)

Tag: Edward Snowden

  1. As U.S. government discusses expanding digital searches, ACLU sounds caution

    Late last month, we reported on new federal efforts to gain an expanded ability…

  2. Obama to meet again with tech CEOs about NSA spying

    Top executives from Facebook, Google and other tech giants will…

  3. Apple co-founder Woz and Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee voice support for Edward Snowden’s whistleblowing

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee…

  4. US NSA used Facebook to hack into computers

    The National Security Agency is breaking into…

  5. Rand Paul: ‘What you do on your cellphone is none of their damned business!’

    Paul put his concerns about the NSA on front pages with a class-action lawsuit…

  6. Orwellian: UK government, with aid from US NSA, intercepted webcam images from millions of users

    Britain’s surveillance agency GCHQ, with aid from the US National Security Agency…

  7. Twitter threatens to sue Obama administration over government surveillance requests

    Twitter says it is prepared to sue the Obama administration…

  8. Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

    A Norwegian member of parliament nominated former U.S. National Security Agency…

  9. Research shows how Mac webcams can spy on their users without warning light

    The woman was shocked when she received two nude photos of herself by e-mail…

  10. Apple, Google, others call for government surveillance reform

    Eight U.S. technology giants are making a joint appeal to reform government…

  11. Ex-official: FBI can secretly activate an individual’s webcam without indicator light

    The most powerful FBI surveillance software can covertly download…

  12. Obama to propose curbs on NSA spying

    U.S. President Barack Obama plans to propose curbs on the National Security Agency…

  13. Obama stuck with BlackBerry, says not allowed an iPhone ‘for security reasons’

    US President Barack Obama admitted Wednesday he was not allowed to have an iPhone…

  14. NSA spying risks $35 billion in U.S. technology sales

    The trust that’s threatened is essential to U.S. technology companies…

  15. Apple iPhones phased out of German government in favor of encrypted phones to block U.S. NSA spying

    Members of the German government will use encrypted phones…

  16. What email provider Lavabit did to avoid giving the US government its data

    The U.S. government in July obtained a search warrant demanding that Edward Snowden’s e-mail…

  17. Anonymous claim Apple’s Touch ID is linked to U.S. government surveillance

    Anonymous have some big claims concerning Apple Touch ID system…

  18. How the U.S. NSA secures its Macs from snoopers

    The U.S. National Security Agency’s “Hardening Tips for Mac OS X” manual…

  19. PRISM: How to fly under the radar

    Don’t listen to charlatans like Eric Schmidt who insist that you have nothing to fear…

  20. Obama administration petitioned to not buy products from foreign companies that have infringed upon US company patents

    The Obama administration faces a new petition…

  21. South Korean Samsung said to be near deals to supply Android devices to U.S. FBI and U.S. Navy

    Samsung Electronics Co. is close to signing deals for its devices with two U.S. government agencies…

  22. Secret court agrees to allow Yahoo to reveal its fight against U.S. government PRISM requests

    Tech companies and civil liberties groups won a small victory on Monday…

  23. Edward Snowden seen as whistle-blower by majority of U.S. registered voters

    The view of Snowden as a whistle-blower rather than traitor predominated among almost every group…

  24. How Microsoft handed U.S. NSA, FBI, CIA access to users’ encrypted video, audio, and text communications

    Microsoft has collaborated closely with US intelligence services to allow users’ communications to be intercepted,,,

  25. Pirate Bay co-founder to release surveillance-free, fully-private ‘Hemlis’ messaging app (with video)

    Private messages really aren’t so private, and Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay…