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Tag: Edward Snowden

  1. Obama urges Senate to renew NSA’s bulk phone surveillance program

    Obama called on the Senate Tuesday to extend key Patriot Act…

  2. Woz: Edward Snowden is a ‘total hero to me’

    Steve Wozniak reaffirmed his staunch support for digital privacy…

  3. U.S. Senate blocks measures to extend so-called Patriot Act; NSA’s bulk collection of phone records in jeopardy

    The Senate on Saturday rejected legislation that would curb the federal government…

  4. U.S. Senate considers short-term extension of so-called ‘Patriot Act’

    With no agreement in the Senate over how to reauthorize the Patriot Act…

  5. Rand Paul commandeers U.S. Senate to protest so-called Patriot Act, government intrusion on Americans’ privacy

    Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul commandeered the Senate floor Wednesday…

  6. Apple, others urge Obama to reject any proposal for smartphone backdoors

    The U.S. government should fully support and not undermine efforts to create encryption standards…

  7. U.S. appeals court rules NSA bulk collection of phone data illegal

    The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that the U.S. National Security Agency…

  8. China halts implementation of banking-technology rules

    China suspended bank-technology rules that drew protests from the U.S. government…

  9. European Commission: Don’t use Facebook if you don’t want to be spied on

    EU citizens should close their Facebook accounts if they want to keep information private…

  10. Apple’s iOS encryption has ‘petrified’ the U.S. administration, governments around the world

    Stronger encryption in Apple’s iPhones has ‘petrified’ the U.S. government because…

  11. The CIA campaign to steal Apple’s secrets

    Researchers working with the Central Intelligence Agency have conducted a multi-year, sustained effort…

  12. Apple’s kowtow to China undermines Obama’s tough talk on snooping or something

    US president Barack Obama was sharply critical of China’s newest security demands…

  13. Apple CEO Cook: Unlike some other companies, Apple won’t invade your right to privacy

    Apple’s Tim Cook has been on tour…

  14. Apple CEO Tim Cook talks Edward Snowden, Apple Car, and Steve Jobs

    Tim Cook appears to be using his international tour to push privacy…

  15. Apple CEO Tim Cook advocates privacy, says terrorists should be ‘eliminated’

    None of us should accept that the government or a company or anybody should have access to all of our private information…

  16. China drops Apple, others from approved state purchase lists

    China’s change of tack coincided with leaks by former U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden…

  17. Apple Pay wins consumers’ hearts with focus on security

    Apple has a straightforward business model that does not include selling personal data…

  18. Apple CEO Tim Cook’s address at White House Cybersecurity Summit

    Apple CEO at the White House Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection Summit…

  19. Apple’s Tim Cook warns of ‘dire consequences’ of sacrificing privacy for security

    Apple chief executive Tim Cook said that there should not…

  20. Obama executive order aimed at encouraging companies to share cybersecurity data with government, each other

    The companies have refused to give full support to cybersecurity bills without some reform of surveillance practices exposed by Edward Snowden…

  21. New ‘cybersecurity’ rules in China smack of protectionism, says U.S. Chamber of Commerce

    The Chinese government has adopted new regulations requiring companies…

  22. Why Edward Snowden won’t use an iPhone: Secret Apple spyware?

    Is Apple’s wildly popular iPhone series hiding spyware, claims…

  23. New Snowden documents show how the Britain’s GCHQ tracked iPhone users

    Previous leaks have revealed specific NSA exploits used to compromise the famously malware-resistant iPhone….

  24. New York prosecutor calls for law to fight Apple data encryption

    Federal and state governments should consider passing laws that forbid iPhones…

  25. China planning to purge foreign tech from the enterprise and replace with homegrown suppliers

    China is aiming to purge most foreign technology from banks, the military, state-owned enterprises and key government agencies…

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