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GCHQ data collection regime violated human rights, court rules | UK news

GCHQ’s methods in carrying out bulk interception of online communications violated privacy and failed to provide sufficient surveillance safeguards, the European court of human rights (ECHR) has ruled in a test case judgment. But the Strasbourg court found that GCHQ’s Read more…


Cliff Richard, British Pop Star, Wins Privacy Suit Against BBC

Prosecutors said in 2016 that there was not enough evidence to justify criminal charges against Mr. Richard, one of Britain’s best-known entertainers, with a career spanning some 60 years. Judge Mann said the BBC had infringed Mr. Richard’s privacy rights Read more…


California malls are sharing license plate data with Ice-linked surveillance firm | US news

California shopping centers are sending data from license plate readers to a private surveillance technology company that partners with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice), according to a new report. The revelation comes at a time of increasing scrutiny of tech Read more…


This Guy’s Shocking Post Revealed How Much Facebook And Google Knows About You, And It’ll Freak You Out

Most of us likely have that nagging feeling that all the entertainment and convenience that we get online and take for granted must be paid for somehow. We know that companies like Facebook and Google collect our data, and it Read more…