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Here’s how the NSA can listen in on your conversations

Earlier this year, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden gave us a peek into how far-reaching the agency’s digital spying activities are. US and foreign citizens alike decried how the NSA’s PRISM program can hone in on supposed enemies of the state and pick up relevant conversations — all in the name of national security, of course.

FortressFone claims to be an anti-hacking smartphone

A new device called the FortressFone promises to keep your private data from being accessed by unauthorized persons. It is a timely solution to the growing concern caused by recent security-related issues. FortressFone is described as an 256-bit AES encrypted device using professional-grade standards defined by the NSA. It is based on the Samsung Galaxy

Less than 300 phone numbers were probed by US Government in 2012

According to an unclassified document circulated Saturday, NSA probed less than 300 phone numbers last year. This comes at a time when tech companies like Facebook and Microsoft are trying to regain the confidence of their customers by revealing the number of requests received and granted by these companies. And looks like the Obama Government

PRISM Leak Source Is A Former CIA Worker

The person behind the leak on details of a top secret United States spying program has just revealed himself and said that he did it out of conscience to protect “basic liberties for people around the world”. His name is Edward Snowden who identified himself as a former undercover CIA employee. Snowden has been working

NSA Collects Real Time Data From Major Internet Companies

A new report claims that the National Security Agency and the FBI are collecting information on people by tapping on the servers of nine leading U.S. Internet companies. Audio, video, photographs, e-mails, documents and connection logs are extracted which enables analysts to track the movement of a particular person. This top secret program of the

NSA Creates Android Phone For Top Secret Conversations

The U.S. National Security Agency in Fort Meade Maryland has created an Android phone that some NSA officials believe is capable of handling top-secret conversations. This is great news for Google’s operating system, which some thought was to “open” for enterprise let alone one of the most clandestine government agencies. The Android phone was developed