Browsing Category: Privacy

Cyber Command Job to Stay With NSA Director

Categories: Government, Privacy

Since its inception in 2009, the U.S. Cyber Command has been run by the director of the National Security Agency. The two organizations are intertwined and even share the same space in Maryland. The continuous leaks of NSA documents this year has led some politicians and critics to argue that the two should be separated,[...]

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EFF Argues For Search Warrant Requirement to Get Cell Location Data

A case that seemingly has little connection to the surveillance debate has attracted the attention of privacy and civil rights advocates and could become a key factor in the way that law enforcement agencies have to handle cell phone location data.

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