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My case was a joke, they had no evidence, says former Facebook detainee
Apple is opposing provisions in a draft UK law that would weaken online encryption by requiring built-in cyber “backdoors” for government spies. The US e-gadgets company says backdoors harm rather than help security.
The scope for criminalising activity on cyberspace has expanded, says AFTE lawyer
‘Youth activists, political parties, human rights organisations – you and anyone they want’ can be targeted by surveillance software says security researcher
Removing internet content impossible, digital security expert
Statement by rights groups and ‘concerned citizens’ says attempts to monitor web “unlawful and unconstitutional conduct”
Human rights watchdog says mass surveillance of social media would “deal a devastating blow to the rights to privacy and freedom of expression in Egypt”
The facility can intercept emails, telephone calls and web traffic for the United States and other intelligence agencies.
Governments submitted a total of 1,157 requests for information about Twitter accounts, with 78 percent of those queries coming from the United States
Experts say that sales of such devices have gone up 60% in the last two years, with prices generally varying from anywhere between EGP 800 and EGP 5,000, sometimes going as high as EGP 20,000.
Unmanned drones are roaming American skies conducting surveillance on people in the United States
Island row between the two countries