prism

Much ink has been spilled about Edward Snowden's revelations about the globe-spanning Prism programme that spies on virtually
Your alarm goes off on your mobile to wake you up at half six, and you fumble to turn it off. Swiping to turn off the ringing
Allegations that American intelligence agencies spied on its missions in Washington and New York "throws a shadow" over relations
An unprecedented public grilling of the UK's key security and intelligence bodies has been postponed so MPs can concentrate
The European Parliament says it is "deeply worried and shocked" by reports of the United States bugging its offices. A report
It's perhaps appropriate that the biggest news this month, a month that marks the 110th anniversary of the birth of George Orwell, is a story about privacy. What would Orwell, whose dystopian novel 1984 painted a nightmare vision of a society under constant surveillance, have to say about the current scandal engulfing the U.S. and British security services?
Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said his invention of the world wide web should be safeguarded from being controlled by governments
Your home and personal belongings cannot be searched without a court approved warrant, so why should it be acceptable for governments and companies to snoop on your online activities - which are no less personal - without any safeguards?
Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden has arrived in Moscow - and appears to be heading to Ecuador. The South American country
Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden has arrived in Moscow - and appears to be heading to Ecuador. The South American country