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UK government confirms uncharged phone, tablet rules in place for travellers

The US Transport Security Administration introduced new rules saying that uncharged smartphones can't be taken on planes

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PRISM: Nine out of 10 people NSA spied on were accidental targets

Still found valuable data, reveals The Washington Post

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US privacy group takes Facebook mood experiment complaint to the FTC

Facebook has apologised but EPIC wants answers

Microsoft upgrades OneDrive and Outlook encryption security powers

Opens Transparency Center to let governments check services are NSA-proof

Spy-busting Silent Circle-powered Blackphone launches, sells out

Privacy-focused smartphone aims to beat NSA and GCHQ surveillance

Google wants more information from NSA transparency report

Report is light and vague but optimistically welcomed

Liberty and Big Brother Watch want more government surveillance oversight

Shortcomings shown off in Intelligence Services Commissioner’s report

US working to give Europeans some privacy protection

Europe wants action to follow words

NSA and GCHQ mass surveillance a waste of time, says Edward Snowden

Monitoring everything has never stopped a thing, claims Snowden

Government bans council use of CCTV ‘spy cars’

Councils must not use cars as 'cash cows'

US lawmakers approve bill to limit NSA snooping

Agency should not use funds for warrantless monitoring of US citizens

Google’s Nest division pays $555m for Dropcam home camera security firm

Connected home division takes another step forward

Amazon phone: Top 10 insights from the Fire launch

V3 considers what the web retailer's giant hardware gambit reveals about its intentions

Ireland takes Facebook NSA surveillance case to European Courts

Europe will rule on an audit of relations between the social network and security agency

UK defends large-scale Twitter, YouTube and Google data snooping

Privacy International uncovers the mass surveillance of UK social network and web search users

Microsoft CEO: NSA spying is creating friction with our customers

Satya Nadella renews calls for US government surveillance reform

Microsoft updates privacy policies with promise of no targeted advertising

Firm will not use email, chat and voice data for targeted advertising

EU to force Facebook, Google and others to abide by data laws

Viviane Reding touts breakthrough in data protection debates

EU regulators to police Google's ‘right to be forgotten’ response

Article 29 group wants 'a common approach of data protection authorities on the implementation of the ruling'

Microsoft pushes the National Security Agency on PRISM reform

US government needs to reduce the 'technology trust deficit' it created

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