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  • Saad Qureshi
  • Oct-26-2016

The United States: With the presidential elections just about to be carried out, NSA surveillance has escalated than ever before and seems to intensify even more in upcoming days. The long criticized US Freedom Act had been known for reinstating…

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  • Saad Qureshi
  • Oct-13-2016

Chicago, Illinois, The United States: The dominant charter educational network Summit Public Schools has collaborated with the leading social networking platform “Facebook” for a project “Personalized learning”. The collaboration has ignited a wave of concerns among parents, students and privacy…

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  • Saad Qureshi
  • Sep-28-2016

Germany, Hamburg: Privacy watchdogs have massively criticized the dominant tech-industry giant WhatsApp for an unfair data sharing policy with Facebook. The popular instant messaging service had claimed to retain users’ data for sharing it with social network Facebook last month.…

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  • Saad Qureshi
  • Sep-23-2016

The United States, California: After Opera, Dropbox, Last.fm and LinkedIn, Yahoo faces a massive security infringement, compromising accounts of more than 500 million subscribers. The hack has been officially confirmed by Yahoo, where it has stated that incident is one…

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  • Saad Qureshi
  • Sep-22-2016

The United States: Former CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) employee and whistleblower Edward Joseph Snowden has claimed Google Allo to be unsafe after the company changes Allo’s privacy policy. Earlier this year Google announced its instant messaging application Allo and stated…

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  • Saad Qureshi
  • Sep-21-2016

The Netherlands: The head of the Dutch General Intelligence & Security Service Rob A.C. Bertholee has demanded to include a backdoor in all popular instant messaging services for the sake of national security. The chief’s statement contradicts Dutch government’s stance…

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