An Italian newspaper reveals the top secret location of the GCHQ base, monitoring communications in the Middle East.
One death in a year through a terrorist act seems too high a price to pay for freedom from intrusive surveillance.
Do we value our privacy as little as that, asks guest contributor Philip Le Riche.
We should not just accept such blanket and wholesale surveillance from one country onto the rest of the world, argues security expert Mikko Hypponen.
Computer security veteran Dr Alan Solomon shares his reflections on the NSA electronic snooping debacle that has been dominating the headlines.
Poor old NSA.
They’re getting a lot of flak right now, when all they’re really doing is offering what everyone wants from a loved one: someone who really listens.
Watch this video and see what you think.
Award-winning law news blog Groklaw has announced that it is shutting down, saying that it cannot operate under existing US surveillance policies.
Lavabit has abruptly decided to close its doors, claiming that it has been forced to do so rather than become “complicit in crimes against the American people.”
If you’re a fan of rapper Jay-Z, and are comfortable installing apps onto your Android from non-official sources, then you should probably be on your guard.
An army-wide ban has been placed on US soliders accessing The Guardian website, since secret details were published of the NSA’s top secret PRISM project based upon leaked documents.
How NOT to stop your communications from being spied upon by the authorities.
I love this screenshot that is being shared across Facebook, claiming to be the social network’s new privacy settings in the wake of the NSA’s PRISM surveillance controversy.