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Blue Coat surveillance tech pops up in on lots of public networks, including those in countries where sanctions supposed to be in place!

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Secret Cameras Record Baltimore’s Every Move From Above

"Secret Cameras Record Baltimores Every Move From Above"-APIglue. Postedby www.eurekaking.com

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New exhibit showcases art in the digital surveillance era

New exhibit [SOURCE: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art - http://www.smoca.org/exhibition/covert-operations-investigating-known-unknowns/ ] showcases art in the digital surveillance era. [Image credit: Richard-Max Tremblay / Jenny Holzer]

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Here's Enough Digital Espionage to Scare James Bond [INFOGRAPHIC]

Like James Bond does in the new hit film Skyfall, secret agents all over the world are now dealing with digital threats. Is this malware giving them a digital license to kill?

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Hacking Team, Which Sells Surveillance Tech To Governments, Exposed By Major Hack

Hacking Team, Which Sells Surveillance Tech To Governments, Exposed By Major Hack - TECHCRUNCH #Hacking, #Surveillance, #Tech

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Apple Opposes UK Surveillance Bill Over Encryption Concerns

Apple Opposes UK Surveillance Bill Over Encryption ConcernsApple has submitted a formal statement to the bill committee working on a new complex and controversial surveillance law in the U.K. The Guardian reports. The submission was just released and Apple is staying on course when it comes to privacy saying that government backdoors could be used by anyone and weaken the security of hundreds of millions of devices. Read More

The Atlanticfrom The Atlantic

The Single Best Overview of What the Surveillance State Does With Our Private Data

The Single Best Overview of What the Surveillance State Does With Our Private Data - Conor Friedersdorf - The Atlantic

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Tech companies shoot holes in President Obama’s surveillance speech

President Barack Obama on Sunday called destructions caused by a massive tornado that hit Oklahoma last week

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Legal Tech Startups Have A Short History And A Bright Future

Legal technology is booming, with companies attempting to disrupt the legal space at every level and from every angle. And with good reason. Some estimates..

the Guardianfrom the Guardian

World's leading authors: state surveillance of personal data is theft

HUMAN RIGHTS State surveillance of personal data is theft, say world's leading authors | World news | The Guardian

Gigaomfrom Gigaom

The worst part about all the government surveillance isn’t the snooping, it’s the secrecy

How to leverage social media data to uncover actionable insights and improve your company’s operations ?

Washington Postfrom Washington Post

Techno-skeptics’ objection growing louder

In the new Machine Age, they fight the tech establishment, saying human needs are getting lost in the digital revolution.

the Guardianfrom the Guardian

Berlin’s digital exiles: where tech activists go to escape the NSA

With its strict privacy laws, Germany is the refuge of choice for those hounded by the security services. Carole Cadwalladr visits Berlin to meet some of the surveillance refuseniks

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Are Google and Facebook Just Pretending They Want Limits on NSA Surveillance?

#Developers : #Facebook to host one-day #Mobile Developer #Conferences in New York, London and Seoul in 2013