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U.K. Supreme Court Considers Government Spying for First Time
The U.K. Supreme Court will hear arguments about U.K. government hacking for the first time, as a public-interest group seeks to challenge a decision permitting the government to collect large amounts
Russia's War on Telegram Expands to Google, Amazon Battlefields
Russia’s attempts to ban access to the Telegram messaging service threaten to drag U.S. tech giants including Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. into the war with founder Pavel Durov as he turns to
Why America Is So Scared of China’s Biggest Tech Company
U.S. politicians may not be able to pronounce “Huawei,” but they’re convinced it’s a threat to national security.
Trump’s Spy Chief Nominee to Face Grilling Over Russia Response
Analysts and former officials say there are measures military and intelligence agencies can take on their own.
Snowden Joins Outcry Against World's Biggest Biometric Database
Former U.S. intelligence-contractor-turned whistleblower Edward Snowden joined critics of India’s digital ID program as the nation’s top court is due to decide on its legality.
Christmas Comes Early for Trump With Tax Victory
After a year of infighting, frustration and failure, President Donald Trump and his Republicans finally have something to celebrate.
Republicans Push to Extend NSA Surveillance Expiring This Month
Legislation to extend a major U.S. surveillance program that’s about to expire was being hashed out by Senate and House leaders, and details could be presented by Tuesday night, according to House
NSA Surveillance Bill Sparks Lawmaker Debate Over ‘Unmasking’
Legislation to extend a major U.S. surveillance program that’s about to expire became a forum Friday for partisan debate over President Donald Trump’s allegation that the Obama administration
From Brussels With Love: Authors Reckon MI6 Is Working on Brexit
Britain is probably spying on other European Union countries as it negotiates its departure from the bloc, according to two academics who have written a history of the U.K. government’s use of
Russian Hackers Fueled Catalan Separatism, Madrid Institute Says
Spain’s struggle to quash separatism in its Catalonia region was disrupted by Russian hackers agitating for a break-up, in a hallmark propaganda effort to fracture Europe, according to a