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NSA keeps detailed records of citizens' friend networks

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This is what many privacy advocates have been warning about

DOJ: FBI privacy rules for drones same as manned aircraft

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Drones and manned aircraft offer different capabilities to investigators, demanding different privacy protocols

Congress: Restore Our Rightful Privacy Ownership

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Americans want their privacy back.

One major concern has Facebook users fleeing the site in droves

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Social network giant lost 9 million users in a single month, study reports

FAA approves drone use over Alaskan oil fields

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Environmental surveying, wildlife management and search-and-rescue missions expected

Tech companies offer civil liberties recommendations to WH


U.S. tech companies are hoping to restore user trust in their services

Report: NSA broke privacy laws 'thousands of times' since 2008

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‘Most serious incidents included a violation of a court order and unauthorized use of data’

Anti-Google group pushes Gmail privacy scare

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Class action lawsuit alleges that search engine giant violated the Maryland Wiretap Act

House members urge senators to resist SEC email power grab


Agency wants to continue to conduct warrantless surveillance of electronic communications

Financial regulators like your emails, but they don't like warrants

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New proposal may allow new SEC snooping powers

Rand Paul threatens to block new FBI chief over drone issue

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Outgoing Federal Bureau of Investigation Director Robert Mueller is late in responding to Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul’s inquiry about FBI surveillance drone use

Make apps, not more rules

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Apps are becoming increasingly expensive to build and market to the public.

NSA surveillance leaks damage Obama administration's Internet freedom agenda


NSA surveillance scandal ‘definitely undermines’ U.S. Internet freedom efforts

School district scanned kids' eyes without parents' consent


‘I feel like my son’s civil rights were violated’

Personal friend of Snowden speaks out in support

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The two met while on assignment in Geneva in 2007

NSA phone data-mining operation of all US Verizon customers revealed

The NSA has been collecting the phone data of all Verizon customers inside the U.S. since at least April 25

Reporter's notebook: Whistleblower Thomas Drake


Former NSA official was prosecuted for leaking information

Report: Xbox One watches you watch ads in the dark

Xbox One

Gaming system to reward users for watching ads

CBS's Attkisson reports 'some compromising of my computer systems'


Investigative reporter says she discovered tampering while investigating Obama’s ‘Fast and Furious’ and green energy scandals

House drone hearing set for Friday

Navy Unmanned Aircraft

Privacy issues at stake as civil liberties groups protest cameras, weaponization