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  Facebook is a best friend. Why? Simple, the social media platform has very efficiently decided to come out as a more user-friendly site. Facebook has started sending notifications to people whom it believes that their accounts are being spied on by the NSA and all such government agencies. It is trying to help the users by doing the right thing. It is putting its prestige and prominence at a stake to alert users about how they might have jeopardized themselves or been aimed by a censure, which is beyond the province of Fa...
The world-known identity and NSA whistle-blower, Edward Snowden, 32, is still counting the stars while predicting his fate in an asylum in Moscow, Russia, as he awaits pending decisions on his crime from 21 countries. He has been residing there since last two years after leaking classified surveillance records along with revealing the stretch of the entire global surveillance program and permitting them to be issued and published outside the United States. As the decision on Snowden’s conducts waits, he still keeps proving a hu...
On July 5, 2015 an anti-surveillance crusader blazoned a ginormous, 400 gigabyte chunk on Bit Torrent of internal documents from the mysterious Italian surveillance firm Hacking Team on the company’s official Twitter feed. Five days after suffering the massive attack, the security firm is still scrimmaging to cap the damage and figure out how exactly the perpetrators racked up the data breach. The anonymous hacker hijacked HT’s official Twitter account and continued to post screenshots of email communications, client lists – includ...