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Russian Spy Suspect Was Infiltrating Christian Right As Well As Gun Groups
The story of alleged Russian agent Maria Butina and her live-in boyfriend Paul Erickson is quite the spy novel.
The Case for Buying a Doggy Spy Cam (If You Really Need One)
The Amazon Cloud Cam is not strictly geared toward dog-based spying. It is just one of the many cute new options in home surveillance.
White House Angers Britain by Claiming Obama Used U.K. Spies to Wiretap Trump
Sean Spicer suggested Obama used GCHQ to spy on Donald Trump last fall. Britain told the White House to never make that “ridiculous” claim again.
It’s Time to Assume Your TV Is Bugged
If a device can connect to the internet, it will be compromised.
No, the CIA Hasn’t Compromised Signal and WhatsApp
Signal’s end-to-end encryption is still safe from the CIA’s prying eyes.
Donald Trump Now Has an Anti-Protester Intelligence Squad
What could go wrong?
Looks Like the NSA Gets to Spy on Americans for a Little Bit Longer
A court has allowed the
to collect metadata during a six-month grace period until the
Freedom Act goes into full effect.
The NSA Listened to the Phone Calls of the Last 3 French Presidents
Sarko’s were probably the most interesting.
The NYPD Pressures Jailed Muslims to Become Police Informants
Meet the Citywide Debriefing Team.
Snowden Says He Reported Concerns to More Than 10 NSA Officials First
To “more than 10 distinct officials,” no less.
The CIA Collects Data in Bulk, Just Like the NSA
Just sensitive financial information, not phone calls.
In Brazil, Spying on Your Lover Just Got Harder
There’s no longer an app for that.
Chen Guangcheng-NYU Dispute Gets Chinese Spy Twist
“Like a 007 thing.”
Government Defends Phone & Internet Surveillance
Supposedly the programs are “important and entirely legal.”
Analog Chinese Spying Is Not Dead, U.S. Prosecutors Allege
Two cases suggest spies are doing it the old-fashioned way.
Pakistan to U.S.: Reduce Your CIA Presence
They want a 25 to 40 percent reduction in
News of the World
Owes ‘Unreserved Apology’ for All That Voice-Mail Hacking
The tabloid cops to spying on celebs.
Iran Accuses American Woman of Spying With Her Teeth
But how much of this is true?