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NYPD disbands contentious 'Muslim spy unit'   Apr 16, 12:01 pm
London, Apr 16 (ANI): The New York Police Department has reportedly ended a decade old controversial secret surveillance program, which was started to identify potential terrorism threats.
Guardian, Washington Post win Pulitzer award for U.S. spying coverage  Apr 15, 11:31 am
Washington, Apr. 15 (ANI): The Guardian US and the Washington Post have been awarded the most prestigious Pulitzer prize for extensive coverage of secret surveillance by the U.S. National Security Agency.
US Supreme Court refuses to hear NSA surveillance case  Apr 8, 5:51 pm
Washington, Apr 8 (ANI): The US Supreme Court has reportedly refused to hear a lawsuit by a conservative activist, who challenged the US National Security Agency's collection of US phone records for surveillance.
Nepal increasing restrictions on Tibetan refugees: Report  Apr 1, 6:58 pm
Kathmandu, April 1(ANI): Nepal has reportedly increased its surveillance on Tibetans living in the country as a result of strong pressure from China, according to a new report.
China to send 50 observation satellites for global surveillance   Mar 31, 4:29 pm
Sydney, March 31 (ANI): China is reportedly planning to send a network of surveillance satellites in space in order to cover the entire earth.
Snowden document reveals NSA targeted 122 world leaders for surveillance  Mar 30, 1:04 pm
Washington, March 30 (ANI): The freshly leaked documents released by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden reportedly revealed that the agency targeted a total of 122 world leaders for surveillance.
UN human rights committee criticizes US for NSA spying, torture   Mar 29, 5:38 pm
Washington, March 29 (ANI): The United Nations Human Rights Committee has reportedly come up with a report criticizing US on its surveillance program, drone use, and torture.
White House cyber security chief says damage done by Snowden will take decades to repair   Mar 29, 4:58 pm
Washington, Mar. 29 (ANI): White House cyber security chief has reportedly said that the damage done to the US national security due to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden would take decades to repair.
Former US President Jimmy Carter criticizes drone use, NSA surveillance program  Mar 24, 1:18 pm
Washington, March 24 (ANI): Criticizing Obama administration's surveillance efforts, former US President Jimmy Carter reportedly said that the country's use of drones has been "abused".
Former US President Jimmy Carter criticizes drone use, NSA surveillance program  Mar 24, 1:18 pm
Washington, March 24 (ANI): Criticizing Obama administration's surveillance efforts, former US President Jimmy Carter reportedly said that the country's use of drones has been "abused".
Huawei condemns NSA snooping on corporate network  Mar 24, 11:53 am
Johannesburg, Mar. 24 (ANI): Chinese telecom giant Huawei has reportedly condemned the alleged US snooping activities on its corporate network.
Google busts 'Top 10 Glass Myths' to make you love it  Mar 21, 12:59 pm
Washington, Mar. 21 (ANI): In its latest effort to convince people of the wearable gadget Google Glass's niceties, the search giant has reportedly shared a list of myths that must be busted in order to accept the device.
NSA top lawyer says tech giants knew about govt surveillance programme   Mar 20, 4:01 pm
Washington, Mar. 20 (ANI): A senior National Security Agency lawyer has said tech titans knew about government surveillance while it was going on.
NSA's overseas surveillance 'targeted' not 'bulk collection', claim US officials  Mar 20, 8:51 am
Washington, Mar. 20 (ANI): US officials have reportedly claimed that the National Security Agency's (NSA) overseas surveillance programmes are not 'bulk collection,' but 'targeted and narrow'.
IBM denies aiding NSA PRISM surveillance program   Mar 18, 3:04 pm
Washington, March 18 (ANI): Denying any involvement with the US National Security Agency's surveillance programs, IBM has reportedly claimed that it has never handed over any client data to governmental bodies.
Bill Gates no fan of 'hero' Snowden  Mar 15, 12:06 pm
Washington, Mar. 15 (ANI): Microsoft Co-founder and Chairman Bill Gates has reportedly indicated in a recent interview that he was no fan of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Google begins encrypting users' search text in China  Mar 14, 2:53 pm
London, Mar. 14 (ANI): Google has reportedly started to encrypt text of the searches made by users in China.
Snowden says NSA is setting fire to Internet  Mar 11, 11:56 am
Washington, Mar. 11 (ANI): NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has reportedly said that the US spy agency was 'setting fire to the Internet,' condemning the intelligence agency and its leaders.
NATO sending surveillance planes over Poland to monitor Ukraine crisis  Mar 11, 10:12 am
Washington, Mar. 11 (ANI): NATO is sending surveillance aircraft over Poland and Romania to monitor the crisis in neighbouring Ukraine.
Court rules NSA can't keep phone snoop data for more than 5 years  Mar 8, 11:30 am
Washington, Mar. 08 (ANI): The court hearing the reform proposals for the National Security Agency's surveillance practices has reportedly ruled that the US government cannot keep phone record database for longer than five years.
Top US army officer says 2 years, billion dollars needed to overcome Snowden leaks  Mar 7, 3:04 pm
London, Mar. 07 (ANI): A top US army officer has reportedly said that the harm done due to the revelations by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden would need two years to overcome.
China issues report criticizing US human rights  Mar 1, 2:40 pm
Beijing, March 1 (ANI): In response to a recent human rights report published by the US, China has reportedly published a report of its own on human rights problems in the US.
Germany, France working together to drive Internet traffic away from US  Feb 17, 12:15 pm
Washington, Feb. 17 (ANI): Germany and France are reportedly trying to keep the Internet traffic away from the US following the mega revelations about the alleged mass surveillance programme of the NSA.
Petition to grant Snowden asylum in Brazil garners 1.1mn signatures  Feb 15, 12:48 pm
Washington, Feb. 15 (ANI): A petition to convince Brazilian president, Dilma Rousseff, to grant NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden an asylum in the country has reportedly garnered support from 1.1 million people.
NSA employee quits job after admitting aiding Snowden  Feb 14, 1:56 pm
Washington, Feb. 14 (ANI): A National Security Agency (NSA) employee has reportedly quit his job following an FBI probe in which he admitted that he allowed whistleblower Edward Snowden to access classified information about the alleged mass surveillance operations.
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