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  1. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Time to stop the tech giants snooping on us

    Posted Jun 13th 2013, 12:00am by Graeme Maxton

    ... suspicious activity, unhealthy relationships and threats. The office was shut down after 18 months because of privacy fears. But many of its projects continued to receive funding, the big computer ... investigated for it. Google got caught getting around the privacy settings on its own browser and illegally collected internet access points with its Street View car. It then failed to delete ...

  2. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    US surveillance policy shows it cannot be trusted

    Posted Jun 12th 2013, 12:00am by STAFF

    ... the Senate in March that the NSA did not "wittingly" collect data on millions of Americans. Snowden's revelations call this claim into dispute. A discussion is now under way on privacy ...

  3. News - World

    Europe's outrage over hacking tempered by necessity

    Posted Jun 14th 2013, 12:00am by AP

    ... Associated Press in Berlin Europe's outrage tempered by necessity Indignation was sharp and predictable across Europe- a continent where privacy is revered. Yet anger over revelations ... Swoboda, a Socialist leader in the European Parliament, said the purported surveillance showed that America "is just doing what it wants". Johannes Caspar, a privacy commissioner ...

  4. Privacy debate rages over 'cyber-terror'

    Posted Jul 05th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Korea co-operated to reveal her identity and for weeks the woman became the No 1 hate figure in the country's cyber-community. Vicious and defamatory messages appeared on the Web condemning her, and her school website was bombarded with hate mail. Such cases of 'cyber-terror' are reaching extreme proportions in one of the world's most wired societies, to the point ...

  5. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    Debate on use of intelligence can assuage fears of abuse

    Posted Jun 19th 2013, 12:00am by JULIAN RUSSELL

    ... An immigration officer will, to a certain extent, invade a person's privacy when questioning them about their purpose for entering a country. This investigation of innocent people is done without a judge's order, and is generally considered an acceptable invasion of privacy for the protection of society. Society should be concerned not that surveillance exists, but how their information is ...

  6. News - World - SECURITY

    US navy cryptologist Michael Rogers to be new head of embattled NSA

    Posted Jan 27th 2014, 04:40am by THE WASHINGTON POST

    ... surveillance and privacy laws and the constitution. Last month, Obama decided not to split the leadership of the NSA and Cyber Command, which a number of administration officials have advocated, ... been NSA director since 2005. Alexander, who will retire on March 14, is the longest-serving NSA head. He is also the first commander of US Cyber Command, which launched in 2009. Rogers, whose ...

  7. News - Asia - INDONESIA

    Indonesia backs UN privacy push on spying

    Posted Nov 04th 2013, 08:48pm by AFP

    ... Agence France-Presse in Jakarta Indonesia on Monday backed a UN text highlighting anger at US-led data snooping, as Australian websites came under cyber attack in protest at Canberra’s ... violations of the right to privacy, including in digital communications and to force countries to respect their obligations within the framework of international human rights laws. The spying row ...

  8. News - World

    Governments should codify rules on data collection, Google urges

    Posted Jun 21st 2013, 12:00am by GDN

    ... [Prism] existed," he said. Google backed the work of Viviane Reding, vice-president of the European Commission, to simplify privacy laws "in a way that both protects consumers online ...

  9. News - Hong Kong - TECHNOLOGY

    Privacy fears over police cybersecurity monitoring

    Posted Dec 08th 2012, 12:00am by Simpson Cheung

    ... Simpson Cheung simpson.cheung@scmp.com Force says personal data is safe as it launches online security centre amid surge in attacks Privacy fears as cyberpolice start monitoring web The police have to adopt greater transparency in their monitoring of the internet so as to dispel public fears of privacy violations brought on by launch of the force's new cybersecurity centre, ...

  10. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    What will Hong Kong do with Edward Snowden? The world is watching

    Posted Jun 11th 2013, 12:00am by SCMP Editorial

    ... identity and cause on Sunday. His fight, he says, is about protecting internet freedoms, privacy, and basic liberties. Hong Kong, he contends, upholds these fundamental rights and its government ...




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