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NSA bulk data collection violates constitutional rights, ACLU argues
www.theguardian.com
Civil liberties group tells New York court that program breaches first and fourth amendments and NSA is overreaching its powers [...]
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The NSA overreach poses a serious threat to our economy
www.theguardian.com
Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner: Genuine NSA reform is a Constitutional and economic necessity. Transparency and privacy are critical for citizens and tech firms [...]
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US and UK struck secret deal to allow NSA to ‘unmask’ Britons’ personal data
www.theguardian.com
• 2007 deal allows NSA to store previously restricted material • UK citizens not suspected of wrongdoing caught up in dragnet • Separate draft memo proposes US spying on 'Five-Eyes' allies [...]
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Snowden Shakes Up Washington
www.theamericanconservative.com
NSA revelations are challenging preconceptions of whistleblowing and journalism. [...]
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Google chairman: NSA spying on our data centres ‘outrageous’
www.theguardian.com
Eric Schmidt says company has lodged complaints with NSA, White House and Congress as criticism hardens in Silicon Valley [...]
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Brussels demands ‘EU intelligence service’ to spy on US
www.telegraph.co.uk
The EU needs its own "European Intelligence Service" to take on America's spies, says a senior Brussels official [...]
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NSA and DHS: the most humorless agencies?
www.washingtonpost.com
Web site operator sues NSA and DHS after they object to being ridiculed on mugs and other items. [...]
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Roman Empire to the NSA: A world history of government spying
www.bbc.co.uk
Revelations about the US National Security Agency's spying have provoked global outrage. But government snooping is nothing new. [...]
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Brazil and Germany draft anti-spy resolution at UN
www.bbc.co.uk
Germany and Brazil have asked the UN General Assembly to adopt a draft resolution calling for the right to privacy in the digital age. [...]
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Snowden, Germany may discuss claims of U.S. espionage
www.usatoday.com
BERLIN - German lawmakers have are discussing a possible meeting with former NSA contractor Edward Snowden over the U.S. security agency's alleged surveillance in Germany and monitoring of German Chancellor [...]
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NSA ‘hacked Google and Yahoo’s data centre links’
www.independent.co.uk
The US National Security Agency (NSA), in collaboration with the UK government’s listening station GCHQ, has secretly broken into the main communications links that connect Yahoo and Google data centres around the world, according to interviews with knowledgeable officials and documents obtained from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. [...]
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NSA row: US spied on cardinals before pope’s election, claims Italian magazine
www.independent.co.uk
The Panorama news magazine says US secret services monitored the phone calls of Pope Benedict XVI, as well as those of his successor Francis I. NSA staff listened in on cardinals before the conclave to elect the Pope in March this year, it says. [...]
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The NSA Spied on Angela Merkel—and the Rest of Us, Too
www.thenation.com
Of all the spying activities conducted by the National Security Agency and disclosed by Edward Snowden, the one provoking the most alarm in Washington, led be Senator Dianne Feinstein, is the revelation that the agency monitored the communications of at least 35 world leaders, including Angela Merkel. Suddenly there is concern that the agency has overstepped its authority regarding foreign dignitaries—but not necessarily when it comes to American citizens. [...]
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Mardell: US spies act the injured innocent
www.bbc.co.uk
There are few things Americans dislike as much as Europeans being sanctimonious. After weeks of being accused of snooping on European citizens, the US intelligence agencies can no longer restrain themselves. [...]
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US spy leaks: How intelligence is gathered
www.bbc.co.uk
Documents leaked by US spy leaks Edward Snowden suggest the US government has undertaken mass surveillance operations across the globe - including eavesdropping on US allies [...]
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