The NSA and other allied intelligence agencies are apparently using popular smartphone apps and games that leak data as a means to gather information on targets, according to documents shared by whistleblower Edward Snowden.
A White House task force has made the striking recommendation this month that the NSA’s expansive electronic surveillance programs be subject to significant curbs.
A new report reveals UK intelligence is using man-in-the-middle style attacks to target employees of GRX providers.
Top-secret documents disclosed to The Guardian, have revealed that both American and British intelligence agencies have been desperately trying to crack the online anonymity network, Tor.
A brand new leak by the Guardian reveals that the top British GCHQ is tapping directly into global telecommunication networks for secret access to the majority of the world’s Internet communication, way more potent than what the NSA’s PRISM program is capable of as well. The revelation came at the same time the U.S. government
Marissa Mayer, who serves as the CEO of Yahoo, recently came forward to assure the company’s users that Yahoo has nothing to hide, and wants to clarify recent claims made about their involvement with the National Security Agency’s PRISM program.
New documents published by the Guardian purportedly show that the U.K.’s spy agency used fake Internet cafes with built in key logger programs to monitor foreign leaders’ cellular calls and computer E-mails and communications. This latest revelation is said to be part of what former NSA contract employee Edward Snowden revealed when he decided to