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C.I.A. Is Said to Pay AT&T for Call Data - 10 novembre 2013
The C.I.A. is paying AT&T more than $10 million a year to assist with overseas counterterrorism investigations by exploiting the company’s vast database of phone records, which includes Americans’ international calls, according to government officials. The cooperation is conducted under a voluntary contract, (...)

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La CIA donne 10 M$ par an à AT&T pour accéder aux données clients - 10 novembre 2013
Selon le New York Times, l’opérateur AT & T aurait passé un contrat avec la CIA. Contre 10 millions de dollars par an, celui-ci fournirait à l’agence de renseignement des informations sensibles sur ses clients passant des appels internationaux sur son réseau. 10 millions de dollars par an. C’est la somme qui serait (...)

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Quel niveau de surveillance la démocratie peut-elle supporter ? par Richard Stallman - 20 octobre 2013
« Le niveau de surveillance actuel dans nos sociétés est incompatible avec les droits de l’homme… » C’est ce qu’affirme et expose Richard Stallman dans ce long article argumenté en proposant un certain nombre de mesures pour desserrer l’étau. Le niveau de surveillance actuel dans nos sociétés est incompatible avec les (...)

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Stallman : How Much Surveillance Can Democracy Withstand ? - 20 octobre 2013
The current level of general surveillance in society is incompatible with human rights. To recover our freedom and restore democracy, we must reduce surveillance to the point where it is possible for whistleblowers of all kinds to talk with journalists without being spotted. To do this reliably, we must reduce the (...)

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What was the Israeli involvement in collecting U.S. communications intel for NSA ? - 4 août 2013
Israeli high-tech firms Verint and Narus have had connections with U.S. companies and Israeli intelligence in the past, and ties between the countries’ intelligence agencies remain strong. Were Israeli companies Verint and Narus the ones that collected information from the U.S. communications network for the (...)

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PRISM for Pirates : AT&T Invents The Ultimate Anti-Piracy System - 13 juillet 2013
Outside of the public eye AT&T has lent copyright holders a hand inventing new anti-piracy tools. Previously we reported that the Internet provider has patented a BitTorrent monitoring system, but the company is sitting on an even scarier invention. AT&T has patented a mechanism through which it can detect (...)

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U.S. Agencies Said to Swap Data With Thousands of Firms - 17 juin 2013
Thousands of technology, finance and manufacturing companies are working closely with U.S. national security agencies, providing sensitive information and in return receiving benefits that include access to classified intelligence, four people familiar with the process said. These programs, whose participants are (...)

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Who Has Your Back 2013 ? - 2 mai 2013
Witch companies help protect your data from the governement ?

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Vie privée : Twitter champion, Apple mauvais élève - 2 mai 2013
Consciente que la politique des entreprises en matière de vie privée n’est pas forcément claire aux yeux des usagers, l’organisation américaine EFF a publié une infographie évaluant dix huit sociétés sur six critères clés. Il ressort de ce rapport que Twitter, Google, Dropbox ou encore LinkedIn ont une approche satisfaisante (...)

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The Copyright Propaganda Machine Gets a New Agent : Your ISP - 26 février 2013
It’s been a long time coming, but the copyright surveillance machine known as the Copyright Alert System (CAS) is finally launching. CAS is an agreement between Big Content and large Internet Service Providers to monitor peer to peer networks for copyright infringement and target subscribers who are alleged to (...)

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“Six Strikes” Anti-Piracy Scheme Starts Today, With Mystery Punishments - 26 février 2013
Today the controversial “six-strikes” anti-piracy system kicks off in the United States. Soon the first BitTorrent users will receive so-called copyright alerts from their Internet provider and after multiple warnings subscribers will be punished. But, what these punishments entail remains a bit of a mystery. None (...)

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Digital rights advocates wary of new ’six strikes’ initiative for online piracy - 26 février 2013
ISPs will now warn customers when illegal filesharing is detected, but critics argue system offers few protections The newest attempt to thwart illegal filesharing launched Monday and while the "six strikes and you’re out" initiative seems to offer light penalties, digital rights advocates are concerned that it (...)

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“Six Strikes” Anti-Piracy Scheme Starts Monday - 25 février 2013
The much-discussed U.S. six strikes anti-piracy scheme is expected to go live on Monday. The start date hasn’t been announced officially by the CCI but a source close to the scheme confirmed the plans. During the coming months millions of BitTorrent users will be actively monitored by copyright holders. After (...)

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La Hadopi américaine débuterait la surveillance des internautes - 25 février 2013
Espérée pour la fin 2012, l’équivalent américain à la Haute Autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection des droits sur Internet (Hadopi) débute enfin ses activités ce lundi 25 février, selon les sites spécialisés Mashable et TorrentFreak. Selon ce dernier, des millions d’utilisateurs du réseau de partage pair-à-pair (...)

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New anti-piracy system will hit U.S. Internet users next week - 23 février 2013
Starting next week, most U.S. Internet users will be subject to a new copyright enforcement system that could slow the Internet to a crawl and force violators to take educational courses. A source with direct knowledge of the Copyright Alert System (CAS), who asked not to be named, has told the Daily Dot that the (...)

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L’Amérique va se frotter à la riposte graduée dès lundi - 23 février 2013
Évoquée depuis 2008, la riposte graduée américaine devrait être active à partir de lundi. Les cinq principaux FAI du pays commenceront alors à avertir les titulaires d’un accès à Internet dont l’adresse IP a été repérée en train d’échanger sur les réseaux P2P des fichiers protégés par le droit d’auteur. Mais contrairement au (...)

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Appeals Court Sides With Bush Wiretapping - 6 décembre 2012
A federal appeals court is refusing to reconsider its August ruling in which it said the federal government may spy on Americans’ communications without warrants and without fear of being sued. The original decision by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals this summer reversed the first and (...)

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AT&T Breaching Net-Neutrality Rules Despite Lifting Some FaceTime Restrictions - 9 novembre 2012
AT&T continues to breach net-neutrality regulations despite an announcement that it would begin offering Apple’s FaceTime service to more of its iPhone and iPad subscribers, digital rights groups said. The nation’s second-largest carrier said Thursday it was expanding the ability of its customers to use the (...)

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Google on Track for Another Record High : Lobbying Expenses - 25 octobre 2012
Google this week disclosed it spent $4.18 million on U.S. lobbying in the third quarter of 2012, bringing the company to $13.13 million spent this year — a record. That makes Google the seventh-biggest lobbying spender out there, right after AT&T and the pharmaceutical industry. Google’s previous largest year (...)

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Les dépenses de Google en lobbying continuent de grimper - 25 octobre 2012
Soucieux de défendre ses intérêts, Google mobilise beaucoup d’argent pour plaider sa cause auprès de la classe politique américaine. Cette année, le groupe devrait atteindre de nouveaux sommets en dépensant plus de 14 millions de dollars. Mais les domaines dans lesquels Google s’investit sont nombreux. Jamais Google n’a (...)