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The reconnaissance operation codenamed ‘Hacienda’ supplies the agency with some of the information needed to compromise systems

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Xiaomi says the data transfer was necessary for its cloud messaging service but issues a fix that prevents it from happening

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Belfast's High Court orders Facebook to disclose any data it might have on how many underage users it has in Northern Ireland

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An American judge sets a legal precedent by ordering Microsoft to surrender emails stored in an Irish data centre

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Tor warns users they may have been unmasked by a long-running campaign

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On by Max Smolaks 0

The Russian Interior Ministry offers £81,600 for a method to track users of the anonymous Tor network

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On by Max Smolaks 0

Hackers steal partially encrypted records from an events website that belongs to the bank

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TAILS Linux, used by Edward Snowden to communicate with journalists, is patching holes in one of its network overlays

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Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University have been told to keep quiet

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Blackphone creator refutes BlackBerry's claims of "consumer-grade privacy" and says Canadian manufacturer is living on borrowed time

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