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US president Barack Obama has defended the NSA following the latest spying revelations, but says he intends to propose some reforms that could “give people more confidence”.
From global and outsourced workers to millennials and mobile culture, the old top-down approach to the organisation is going the way of the dinosaur, says
New documents released by Edward Snowden reveal that the NSA is collecting records from over five billion mobile phone calls around the world each day.
The recent spate of comments posted to Facebook and Twitter that have been in contempt of court has prompted the government to issue a legal warning to users.
A coalition of European journalists’ associations and press publishers have issued a joint statement and letter to EU ministers, strongly criticising planned reform to data protection laws.
Prime minister David Cameron has signed up to the Chinese microblogging website Sina Weibo whilst on a trade visit to the country.
The telecommunications giant will be pulling out of the US market in order to quash claims of cyber spying and improve the relationship between the US and China, according to the company's CEO.
If there is any fact that remains consistent when it comes to DDoS attacks, it's that whatever mitigation solution you try today, hackers will find their way around it, says Black Lotus' Jeff Lyon.
The official websites of the President of Ukraine, the Ministry of Interior and the official government portal were brought down in a series of cyber-attacks protesting against police brutality.
We spoke to Bob Pickles, the director of public sector business development and public affairs for Canon UK & Ireland, about being one of the major suppliers to the House of Commons.