government surveillance

The government's most recent proposals for counter-extremism legislation are extremely worrying. Among the suggestions were a set of new civil orders, that would have allowed the police to prevent people from assembling with others or from speaking in public: a serious curb on free speech.
It is one of the most comprehensive pieces of surveillance legislation and will give the government and its security agencies
A tribunal has ruled that the communications of MPs and Peers are not protected from surveillance by GCHQ. It was widely
WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and Snapchat could all potentially be banned under the controversial so-called new 'Snoopers
The US Government has failed to approve a reworking of the controversial Patriot Act which gave the NSA completely free-reign
Encryption isn't just used for social communication channels, it's also used to send most forms of confidential details over the internet, from online banking login details to credit card information for online shopping.
The CIA has submitted plans to wipe all the emails of every employee three years after they leave the company. Worryingly
'Detekt' is not the answer to the daunting and growing problem of unlawful government surveillance. But it is another small step on the road. Big brother is watching. At least in some cases, we can now see what he's looking at.
Take a look around you now, how many devices are connected to the Internet? For starters there is the one you're reading this article on, be it a laptop, phone, or tablet computer. But what about the other electrical appliances around your home, such as your oven or your washing machine?
This cloak will make you invisible to government surveillance techniques. There's just one slight issue... which is that