Topic: NSA

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Forget About Siri and Alexa — When It Comes to Voice Identification, the “NSA Reigns Supreme”

Classified documents from the Snowden archive reveal the NSA has been developing technology to automatically identify a speaker from the sound of their voice. T...   [ continue reading...]

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In Name of Transparency, Not Partisan Sniping, Snowden Backs Call to #ReleaseTheMemo

Julia Conley, staff writerEdward Snowden joined those calling for officials to release a memo that's said to have information about the government's surveillanc...   [ continue reading...]

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Whistleblowers: Congress Has Entrenched the Surveillance State

Two former whistleblowers -- Thomas Drake of the NSA and Colleen Rowley of the FBI -- say the new bi-partisan FISA spying law opens the way to widespread privac...   [ continue reading...]

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An Open Letter to Our Community On Congress’s Vote to Extend NSA Spying From EFF Executive Director Cindy Cohn

Dear friends, Today, the United States Congress struck a significant blow against the basic human right to read, write, learn, and associate free of government&...   [ continue reading...]

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Headlines for January 17, 2018

NYT: Pentagon Proposes Widening Permissible Use of Nuclear Weapons, Lawmakers Face Showdown over DACA & Budget, DHS Secretary Denies Hearing Trump's Racist...   [ continue reading...]

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#TheAssistance: Democrats Hand Trump Warrantless Spying

Fifty-five House Democrats, including #Resistance stalwarts, have joined Republicans to give Trump's NSA broad warrantless surveillance powers. The Senate is li...   [ continue reading...]

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Donald Trump Tweets While America's International Reputation Burns

How to build a wall and lose an empire. As 2017 ended with billionaires toasting their tax cuts and energy executives cheering their unfettered access to...   [ continue reading...]

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Did Donald Trump Change His Mind on Domestic Spying?

Late last week, Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, repeated his public observations that members of t...   [ continue reading...]

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These 18 Senate Democrats Just Voted to Hand Trump Mass Spying Powers

Sen. Doug Jones is seen during a photo op in the Capitol on January 3, 2018. Jones was one of 18 Democrats who voted in favor of expanding Donald Trump's warran...   [ continue reading...]

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Did NSA Ajit Doval Break Conduct and Attend a BJP Election Strategy Meeting?

Doval, India's most powerful security bureaucrat, reportedly attended a BJP-RSS meeting where election strategies for three Northeastern states were discussed....   [ continue reading...]

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A Step in the Right Direction: House Passes the Cyber Vulnerability Disclosure Reporting Act

The House of Representatives passed the “Cyber Vulnerability Disclosure Reporting Act” this week. While the bill is quite limited in scope, EFF appl...   [ continue reading...]

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House Votes Down Crucial Amendment Designed to Halt NSA Warrentless Surveillance of Americans

Common Dreams staffOver the objection of privacy advocates and dashing the hopes of civil libertarians, the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday voted down...   [ continue reading...]

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Secret Evidence and the Threat of More Warrantless Surveillance

Expand A man is seen near cyber code and the U.S. National Security Agency logo in this pho...   [ continue reading...]

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House Fails to Protect Americans from Unconstitutional NSA Surveillance

The House of Representatives cast a deeply disappointing vote today to extend NSA spying powers for the next six years by a 256-164 margin. In a related vote, t...   [ continue reading...]

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Groups Line Up For Meaningful NSA Surveillance Reform

Multiple nonprofit organizations and policy think tanks, and one company have recently joined ranks to limit broad NSA surveillance. Though our groups work for...   [ continue reading...]

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Ghosts in the Propaganda Machine

Is this what online journalism looks like in the era of Russiagate fever? A fake writer (read Alice Donovan) catfishes CounterPunch and a dozen other onlin...   [ continue reading...]

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Communities from Coast to Coast Fight for Control Over Police Surveillance: 2017 in Review

Americans in 2017 lived under a threat of constant surveillance, both online and offline. While the battle to curtail unaccountable and unconstitutional NSA sur...   [ continue reading...]

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Court Challenges to NSA Surveillance: 2017 in Review

One of the government’s most powerful surveillance tools is scheduled to sunset in less than three weeks, and, for months, EFF has fought multiple legisla...   [ continue reading...]

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Nation-State Hacking: 2017 in Review

If 2016 was the year government hacking went mainstream, 2017 is the year government hacking played the Super Bowl halftime show. It's not Fancy Bear and Cozy B...   [ continue reading...]

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Surveillance Battles: 2017 in Review

If you’ve been following EFF’s work, you’ll know that we’ve been fighting against the creeping surveillance state for over 20 years. Oft...   [ continue reading...]

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