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Police say more than 100 homes remain evacuated in Cheltenham after bomb disposal experts carried out four controlled explosions
Controversial "snooping" proposals and plans for more court hearings in secret will go ahead "allowing no scrutiny for them
Fears of state surveillance of the internet could have a "chilling effect" on the use of social media such as Facebook and
Papers written by the Nazi Enigma code breaker Alan Turing, have been released by the government communications office, GCHQ
Plans to expand the powers of the intelligence agencies to spy on emails and phone calls would break the coalition agreement
Liberal Democrat president Tim Farron has vowed the party would "kill" proposals for increased monitoring of emails and internet
Theresa May has defended government proposals to monitor all calls, emails, texts and website visits, saying the new powers
Yesterday, browsing the BBC website, knowing it was April Fool's Day, an article caught my eye that I couldn't believe would ever be possibly true. In it, I read that under a new legislation set to be announced soon, the government will be able to monitor the calls, emails, texts and website visits of everyone in the UK.
Coalition plans to expand the powers of the security services to monitor emails and phone calls will give them "unfettered
The news that ministers want to give the government's main listening centre GCHQ greater powers to intercept our phone calls
Coalition plans to expand the powers of the security services to monitor emails and phone calls will give them "unfettered
Ministers are preparing a major expansion of the Government's powers to monitor the email exchanges and website visits of
Here's a cyber security good news story, if you can handle it. Jonathan Milican, a 19-year-old Cambridge university student
UK intelligence agency GCHQ is turning to social networking sites to promote a code-breaking challenge designed to attract
Cyber attacks on the Government, the public and industry are at "disturbing" levels, according to the director of Britain's