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  1. NETGATE Spy Emergency 13.0.505.0 Spy Emergency - software that quickly and safely detects and removes spyware, adware and other malicious programs from your computer. Are you afraid of hackers or spyware, then install the program and make sure that you are protected from interference in your personal affairs associated with the computer. The program scans the system memory, registry, individual directories and files, cookies in the search for malware and spyware. Utility in real-time analyzes and protects the computer's memory. The program interface is unobtrusive and easy, and the functional
  2. NETGATE Spy Emergency 13.0.605.0 (x32-x86) Spy Emergency - software that quickly and safely detects and removes spyware, adware and other malicious programs from your computer. Are you afraid of hackers or spyware, then install the program and make sure that you are protected from interference in your personal affairs associated with the computer. The program scans the system memory, registry, individual directories and files, cookies in the search for malware and spyware. Utility in real-time analyzes and protects the computer's memory. The program interface is unobtrusive and easy, and the
  3. By DAVID E. SANGER and THOM SHANKERJAN. 14, 2014 The headquarters of the National Security Agency at Fort Meade, Md. We do not use foreign intelligence capabilities to steal the trade secrets of foreign companies, an N.S.A. official said. Jim Lo Scalzo/European Pressphoto Agency WASHINGTON The National Security Agency has implanted software in nearly 100,000 computers around the world that allows the United States to conduct surveillance on those machines and can also create a digital highway for launching cyberattacks. While most of the software is inserted by gaining access to computer
  4. By Stephen Braun and Kimberley Dozier 59 minutes ago WASHINGTON (AP) — The former chief judge of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court is slamming the idea of having a privacy advocate on the secret court. He says it's unnecessary and possibly counterproductive. A presidential advisory panel on National Security Agency reform recommended adding such an advocate. FISA court judges now hear only from the government seeking a spying warrant. In a letter to the Senate Intelligence Committee Tuesday, U.S. District Judge John D. Bates says appointing an independent privacy advocate to the se
  5. Adam Clark Estes January 13, 2014 4:00pm As you probably suspected, the NSA’s massive phone record collection “has had no discernible impact on preventing acts of terrorism,” according to a new study. In fact—and perhaps more interestingly—the agency’s real problem isn’t a lack of information. It’s an excess of secrecy. In the study, the New America Foundation reviewed 225 terrorism cases and found that traditional investigation and law enforcement methods actually did the most to prevent attacks. About a third of the leads in terrorism cases came from tips or an informant, while old school
  6. By JOSH KELLER, ALICIA PARLAPIANO, DAVID E. SANGER and CHARLIE SAVAGEJAN. 17, 2014 President Obama announced on Friday that he will place new limits on intelligence agencies’ bulk collection of phone call records. But he rejected some other recommendations to rein in surveillance made by a panel of outside advisers. Phone Records Documents released in June reveal that the N.S.A. has been systematically collecting logs of every Americans’ phone calls and storing the data for five years. Agency analysts may examine call records of people up to three links (or “hops”) removed from any number
  7. By Steve Holland, Mark Hosenball and Jeff Mason Fri Jan 17, 2014 5:09pm EST 1 of 5. U.S. President Barack Obama speaks about the National Security Agency from the Justice Department in Washington January 17, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque (Reuters) - President Barack Obama banned U.S. eavesdropping on the leaders of close friends and allies on Friday and began reining in the vast collection of Americans' phone data in a series of limited reforms triggered by Edward Snowden's revelations. In a major speech, Obama took steps to reassure Americans and foreigners alike that the United Sta
  8. By Sean Sullivan and Scott Clement January 16 at 3:35 pm Ahead of Obama's speech, in which he will endorse some new limits on phone record collection -- though nothing big and broad -- and call upon Congress to help shape the future of the program, it's worth taking a look at where the American public stands. Here are four numbers from a November Washington Post-ABC News poll and a December Gallup survey that illustrate Americans' feelings, along with what they mean for Obama: * 60 percent: That's the percentage of Americans who said they believe Edward Snowden's exposure of surveillance progr
  9. By Veit Medick and Annett Meiritz 15 Jan 2014 Berlin wants a deal with the US that prohibits trans-Atlantic spying, but Washington seems uninterested. DPA Last summer, German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised her citizens a pact which would prohibit US spying on German citizens. But since then, Washington has shown little interest in pursuing such a treaty. Now, officials in Germany fear the deal is dead. Failed talks? Hardly. The negotiations "are continuing," says Germany's foreign intelligence service, the Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND). "We are still talking," says the German governmen
  10. 27 January 2014 Last updated at 13:10 GMT The BBC's Gordon Corera explains how agencies spy in the digital world The internet was designed to be free and open. Eight months after Edward Snowden's first leaks of classified information, is that still the case? The technology pioneers who designed the net's original protocols saw their creation as a way to share information freely across a network of networks. Yet Edward Snowden's leaks of classified documents from the US National Security Agency have revealed that American spies - and their British counterparts at GCHQ - now use that very sam
  11. WASHINGTON Mon Jan 27, 2014 4:35pm EST A man types on a computer keyboard in Warsaw in this February 28, 2013 illustration file picture. Credit: Reuters/Kacper Pempel/Files (Reuters) - The Obama administration and major U.S. technology companies have struck a deal that would allow the companies to tell the public in greater detail about the spying-related court orders they receive, the Justice Department said on Monday. The agreement was filed in the U.S. Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court and would settle demands from companies such as Google Inc and Microsoft Corp for more leeway to
  12. By Kevin Poulsen 01.27.14 6:30 AM While investigating a hosting company known for sheltering child porn last year the FBI incidentally seized the entire e-mail database of a popular anonymous webmail service called TorMail. Now the FBI is tapping that vast trove of e-mail in unrelated investigations. The bureau’s data windfall, seized from a company called Freedom Hosting, surfaced in court papers last week when prosecutors indicted a Florida man for allegedly selling counterfeit credit cards online. The filings show the FBI built its case in part by executing a search warrant on a Gmail ac
  13. 15 February 2014 Last updated at 19:22 German Chancellor Angela Merkel is proposing building up a European communications network to help improve data protection. It would avoid emails and other data automatically passing through the United States. In her weekly podcast, she said she would raise the issue on Wednesday with French President Francois Hollande. Revelations of mass surveillance by the US National Security Agency (NSA) have prompted huge concern in Europe. Disclosures by the US whistleblower Edward Snowden suggested even the mobile phones of US allies, such as Mrs Merkel, had
  14. By CHARLIE SAVAGEJAN. 23, 2014 Members of the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board, a federal panel, at a workshop about surveillance held in a Washington hotel last summer. Christopher Gregory for The New York Times WASHINGTON — An independent federal privacy watchdog has concluded that the National Security Agency’s program to collect bulk phone call records has provided only “minimal” benefits in counterterrorism efforts, is illegal and should be shut down. The findings are laid out in a 238-page report, scheduled for release by Thursday and obtained by The New York Times, that rep
  15. February 04, 2014 22:42 The US National Security Agency likely collects intelligence on congressional lawmakers and members of their staff, a Justice Department official admitted at a committee hearing on Tuesday. Deputy Attorney General James Cole of the US Department of Justice testified during a House Judiciary Committee hearing which was examining proposals to reform the NSA surveillance policies that have been revealed in an ongoing series of disclosures since June. Among the most damning revelations leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden was the realization that the NSA indiscri
  16. By Steven Musil February 4, 2014 10:30 PM PST Unit of the U.K.'s communications intelligence agency used the cyberattack method against hacktivist groups, according to documents supplied to NBC news by Edward Snowden. A British spy unit turned a cyber attack method favored by Anonymous against it and other hacktivist groups, according to an NBC report based on documents removed from the NSA by Edward Snowden. A division of the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), the U.K.'s communications intelligence agency, used distributed-denial-of-service attacks to disrupt communications among
  17. By Michael J de la Merced Jan 26, 2014, 06.18 AM IST DAVOS (Switzerland): Russia plans to extend its offer of asylum to Edward J Snowden beyond August, a Russian lawmaker said on Friday at the WEF here. The lawmaker, Aleksei K Pushkov, chairman of the foreign affairs committee in Russia's lower house of parliament, hinted during a panel discussion that the extension of temporary refugee status for Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor, might be indefinite. "He will not be sent out of Russia," Pushkov said. "It will be up to Snowden." He added that Snowden's father believes h
  18. Published time: January 24, 2014 19:21 The Republican National Committee has passed a resolution pushing conservative lawmakers to put an end to the National Security Agencys blanket surveillance of American citizens' phone records. The resolution also calls for an investigation of the NSAs metadata collection practices, which it labeled a gross infringement of the rights of US citizens. Under Section 215 of the Patriot Act, the NSA has been authorized to collect and store the records of nearly all domestic phone calls the phone numbers involved and duration of the calls, but not the conten
  19. By Peter Grier 39 minutes ago In a Justice Department speech Friday, Obama is going to announce proposals for NSA reforms. Given the stridently divergent views on surveillance policy, it's a cinch that one side or the other will be unhappy. President Obama is scheduled to announce National Security Agency reforms in a speech at the Justice Department Friday. While the White House has yet to announce the specifics of Obama’s proposal, here’s a prediction almost guaranteed to come true: afterwards, somebody is going to be angry.ed Stories By “somebody,” we mean one side or the other in the ongo
  20. Updated: 14:22, Friday January 24, 2014 The US government is seeking billions of dollars in penalties and damages from the company that did the background check on National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden. The US government is seeking billions of dollars in penalties and damages from the company that did the background check on National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden. The Justice Department, in its complaint, said US Investigations Services, the largest of several companies that have government contracts to investigate current and prospective federal employees, lied about 665,00
  21. WASHINGTON Sun Jan 19, 2014 2:12pm EST A picture of Edward Snowden, a contractor at the National Security Agency (NSA), is seen on a computer screen displaying a page of a Chinese news website, in Beijing in this June 13, 2013 photo illustration. Credit: Reuters/Jason Lee (Reuters) - The head of the U.S. House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said on Sunday he is investigating whether former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden had help from Russia in stealing and revealing U.S. government secrets. "I believe there's a reason he ended up in the hands - the loving arms - of an FSB a
  22. January 31, 2014 05:41 Edited time: January 31, 2014 06:21 Documents released by US whistleblower Edward Snowden show the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) used airport Wi-Fi to track passengers from around the world. Travelers passing through a major Canadian airport were potentially caught up in a vast electronic surveillance net, which allowed the nation’s electronic spy agency to track the wireless devices of thousands of airline passengers - even for days after they had departed the terminal, a document obtained by CBC News revealed. The document shows the spy agency
  23. NETGATE Spy Emergency 13.0.305.0 Spy Emergency - software that quickly and safely detects and removes spyware, adware and other malicious programs from your computer. Are you afraid of hackers or spyware, then install the program and make sure that you are protected from interference in your personal affairs associated with the computer. The program scans the system memory, registry, individual directories and files, cookies in the search for malware and spyware. Utility in real-time analyzes and protects the computer's memory. The program interface is unobtrusive and easy, and the functional
  24. By John Callaham 8 hours ago Over 5,000 websites have now signed up to join in a previously announced online protest against mass spying operations such as the ones that have been conducted by the National Security Agency. The effort is called "The Day We Fight Back" and will begin on Tuesday, February 11th. DuckDuckGo, Imgur and the Yahoo-owned Tumblr are among the major sites that have joined this effort, working with previously announced sites like Mozilla and Reddit and groups like the Electronic Frontier Foundation and the American Civil Liberties Union. All of these companies will post
  25. By NICOLE PERLROTH February 11, 2014, 9:13 pm So much for mass protest. A consortium of Internet and privacy activists had long promoted Feb. 11 as the day the Internet would collectively stand up and shout down surveillance by the National Security Agency. The group called Tuesday, “The Day We Fight Back,” and encouraged websites to join an online campaign modeled after protests against the Stop Online Piracy Act and Protect I.P. Act two years ago, when sites like Reddit and Wikipedia and companies like Google and Facebook helped successfully topple antipiracy legislation. Instead, the prot
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