Snowden is awarded “Alternative Nobel” for his revelations

The former analyst for the US National Security Agency Edward Snowden today defended an “open” and “liberal” society when accepting the so-called “Alternative Nobel.” “All this has to do with making our society safer, the freedoms that we...

Reform to NSA surveillance program is blocked

On Tuesday, the US Senate refused to consider the draft USA Freedom Act as part of the reform to the US surveillance program since the revelations of Edward Snowden in 2013. Despite the support of President Barack Obama and backed by Silicon Valley groups and large technology...

Snowden reveals existence of program against cyberattacks of NSA

Former consultant to the National Security Agency (NSA), Edward Snowden said the agency has a computer program capable of automatically counterattack, without any human intervention, to hackers. According to Snowden, this antivirus, known as “MonsterMind” is a dubious...

New leaks generate suspicions of another hacker in the U.S.

The U.S. Government believes that there is another hacker, as Edward Snowden, former contractor of the National Security Agency (NSA), who is filtering documents pertaining to the administration. According to officials in statements to CNN, tests of a new leak has been identified...

Snowden extension of requests asylum in Russia

The former analyst of the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) Edward Snowden, asked Russia to extend for one year the temporary asylum which was granted on August,1, 2013, confirmed today his lawyer Anatoly Kucherena. “There is a procedure stipulated by Russian law. We...

193 countries will be under surveillance by NSA after authorization from Court

The Special Court of the United States (U.S.) for the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance authorized to the National Security Agency (NSA) to spy 193 countries, according to classified documents, cited today by the newspaper The Washington Post. “Virtually no foreign...

Images of faces serve to NSA for intelligence purposes

The National Security Agency (NSA) intercepts millions of people’s face images circulating on the Internet, which are used in facial recognition software for intelligence purposes, as published on Sunday by The New York Times based on 2011 documents stolen by former agency...

France and Spain collaborated with U.S. intelligence

According to The Wall Street Journal, Spain and France have collaborated with the U.S. government giving to its National Security Agency (NSA) confidential information of millions of citizens from these countries, courtesy of the espionage of their respective intelligence...