FBI’s Silk Road server snooping sounds a lot like hacking

To hear the FBI tell it, tracking down the secret server behind the billion-dollar drug market known as the Silk Road was as easy as knocking on a door. The bureau’s latest court filing in the case describes how the […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Obama proposes to end NSA phone record snooping

According to the Newyork times , U.S President Obama will proposes to end NSA phone record snooping If Congress will approve legislation then NSA must have to take court order for phone snooping.After the recent bombastic expose Snowden rocked government and global business world. If NSA want to carry on…

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RISE IN SNOOPING ‘COULD FRAGMENT THE INTERNET

      The rising threat of cyber crime and government espionage could force countries to run their own private internets, according to security firm Kaspersky.   CEO Eugene Kaspersky said that such a move would stifle the development of IT projects andcut the resources of global firms including Google, Cisco Systems…

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Tech experts rubbish government web snooping tactics

The UK government’s proposal to separate communications data from content, as part of new plans to allow intelligence services to monitor all internet activity, is infeasible according to a panel of technology experts. Speaking at the ‘Scrambling for Safety‘ conference at the London School of Economics yesterday, Ross Anderson, professor…

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Berners-Lee hits out at government web snooping plans

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor the the World Wide Web, has slammed the UK government’s plans to allow intelligence agencies to monitor digital communications, and has called for the proposed legislation to be halted. In an interview with The Guardian newspaper,  Berners-Lee said the extension of the state’s surveillance powers would…

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Berners-Lee hits out at government web snooping plans

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor the the World Wide Web, has slammed the UK government’s plans to allow intelligence agencies to monitor digital communications, and has called for the proposed legislation to be halted. In an interview with The Guardian newspaper,  Berners-Lee said the extension of the state’s surveillance powers would…

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Berners-Lee hits out at government web snooping plans

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor the the World Wide Web, has slammed the UK government’s plans to allow intelligence agencies to monitor digital communications, and has called for the proposed legislation to be halted. In an interview with The Guardian newspaper,  Berners-Lee said the extension of the state’s surveillance powers would…

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