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Photo: Yves Logghe/AP Europe, Still Angry at U.S. Spying, Prepares to Increase Its Own

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Photo: Yves Logghe/AP Europe, Still Angry at U.S. Spying, Prepares to Increase Its Own

Just as the United States is taking a first step toward placating European privacy concerns about U.S. surveillance, several European countries are passing laws dramatically expanding their own spy programs. The House last month passed the Judicial Redress Act, intended to extend some privacy protections to foreign citizens. Meanwhile, the French Senate just passed one of the broadest international surveillance bills in the world and several other European countries are moving in a similar direction. That frustrates Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., who sponsored the Judicial Redress Act because he wanted to improve relationships with our international allies. “Rather than criticizing U.S. surveillance practices, I encourage the EU to work to ensure that its own privacy protections meet the standards they demand from us,” he said in a statement emailed to The Intercept. Ever since whistleblower Edward Snowden disclosed the extent of the U.S. National Security Agency’s sweeping dragnet of surveillance overseas in 2013, the Obama administration has been working to reassure friendly nations that we trust them, and aren’t indiscriminately spying on them. It’s been an uphill battle. When European diplomatic leaders first learned the extent of NSA spying, they threatened to renegotiate major trade deals and said they felt betrayed. […]

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Angry Birds 2: over 30 million downloads in 2 weeks


Earlier this month, we told you that Rovio’s brand new Angry Birds 2 had hit 20 million downloads worldwide, only one week after being released.

Available since July 30 on iOS and Android, the game has now passed 30 million downloads, and it’s shaping up to be one of Rovio’s most successful titles to date.

Interestingly, Rovio says that about 10 million Angry Birds 2 downloads come from China. As Rovio previously reported, a “new generation of gamers” is now discovering the addictive nature of Angry Birds in China –  where there are more than 700 million smartphone users …

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Angry Birds 2 passes 20 million downloads in one week

Available since July 30 on Android and iOS, Angry Birds 2 – the true sequel to the original Angry Birds from 2009 – is definitely a hit. Rovio today announced that the new game has been already downloaded 20 million times.

According to Rovio, Angry Birds 2 is currently the no. 1 iOS game in 100 countries, while also being the most downloaded game on Android. Interesting facts: since the launch of the game, the slingshot in Angry Birds 2 has been used more than 1.4 billion times, and users have completed over 300 million levels.

Rovio says that Angry Birds is hugely popular in the …

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Hillary Clinton Is Angry With China Over Cyber Attacks

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Last Saturday, U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton openly accused China of attacking U.S. networks and stealing sensitive information to gain military and economic advantages over the United States,Reuters reports. Speaking at a campaign event in New Hampshire, Clinton used unusually strong words in condemning China’s alleged illicit behavior in cyberspace. They’re also trying to hack into everything that doesn’t move in America. Stealing commercial secrets … from defense contractors, stealing huge amounts of government information, all looking for an advantage. Cybersecurity could become a more important issue in the 2016 presidential race when it comes to discussing Sino-US relations, although it won’t play a big role in the campaign according to some experts. “Cybersecurity is probably too ‘inside baseball’ of an issue for it to really drive much voting in a presidential election. It’s a topic that will invariably come up as part of larger foreign policy discussions, though,” Kyle Kondik, managing editor of the political newsletter Sabato’s Crystal Ball, told govinfosecurity.com in an interview. In the words of U.S. Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, Beijing is a “leading suspect” in a recently discovered cyberattack on the networks of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) which compromised personal […]

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Feds Angry at Apple, Google, for Thwarting Unauthorized Spying

Feds Angry at Apple, Google, for Thwarting Unauthorized Spying

The Obama administration is pretty upset by news released by two of the few American corporations that liberals usually adore – Apple and Google. What have these corporations done to incur such wrath? Apple started it with the announcement that […]

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Hackers angry at “criminalization” of hacking

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Hackers angry at “criminalization” of hacking

The Netherlands Public Prosecution Authority (OM) has received a letter from prominent Dutch hackers, arguing that hacking should not be criminalized, NU.nl reports. The OM recently started a campaign in which the organization asks citizens what punishments they find fitting […]

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Angry Birds website defaced following reports it enables…

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Caught in the ACTA: More angry protests break out in Poland


More angry protests have broken out in Poland, after the government gave its support to an international anti-piracy treaty. Activists say the pact, known as…

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Fake Angry Birds app cost UK Android users £28,000

In the most serious mobile malware incident yet to be uncovered in the UK a firm has been fined £50,000 by the regulator for distributing bogus apps that covertly sent SMS messages costing £5 a time to a premium rate number. View full post on…

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