The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in the United States has voted to approve an extension on the NSA’s most controversial phone record collection programs until June 1.
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Nigeria is set to clamp down hard on cybercrime with a new law that will punish cyber criminals with seven years in prison. The bill was passed into law on October 24. Senator Adegbenga Kaka sponsored the bill, which seeks to curb identity fraud and bolster the country’s online security. The bill with its full Read More
Last month at a debate held at John Hopkins University to weigh in on the benefits and drawbacks of the NSA’s digital surveillance programs, journalists and the public alike were given a one time only opportunity to confront and question many of the leaders and officials who were responsible for the creation and expansion of Read More
In one of the most ballsy defenses to date, instead of denying “any recollection of that particular program” as per the usual, now the NSA has simply come out and told the U.S House of Representatives: “We aren’t saying we did, but we aren’t saying we didn’t either”. In response to a senator’s request, on Read More