Online Surveillance

Post-Snowden revelations, action still a long way away
More than a year after the Snowden revelations, how have policy-makers, regulators, businesses, and users responded? Gabey Goh reports from the IGF in Istanbul.
Brazil Summit heralds major Internet governance reforms
The technical community managing the Internet has retreated on major governance reforms, writes Dr Jeremy Malcolm.
It’s our Internet; up to us to protect it
We created the Web, so it's up to us as a society to look after it and to help make sure our governments or big companies not do things to it, says Wendy Hall, professor of Computer Science at the University of Southampton.
If it wants to, Apple can read your iMessages: Quarkslab
Security researchers have discovered a flaw which they claim gives Apple Inc the technical capability to read any iMessage, casting doubt on the company’s claim that conversations that take place over iMessage and FaceTime are protected by end-to-end encryption.
Obama probably won’t snub Putin despite Snowden’s asylum
A White House advisor tells Malaysian media that President Obama will probably go ahead with a meeting with President Putin despite Russia's granting asylum to whistleblower Edward Snowden, amidst more revelations of spying programmes in Asia Pacific.
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