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US cyber bill plans to shift power away from the National Security Agency

A bill proposed in Congress would require the NSA to inform representatives of other government agencies about security holes it finds in software.

US Senate to let National Security Agency spy program lapse, at least for now

The Senate voted to move ahead with reform legislation that would replace the bulk phone records program revealed two years ago by former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward Snowden.

Freeing the Net

A new report finds India has improved its online freedom ranking. But self-congratulation is not in order.

Hope NSA spying on BJP will not hurt relations, says US

NSA had sought permission to carry out surveillance on BJP.

India summons US envoy over reports of spying

Sushma, who led nuke Bill opposition in 2010, may have been a target.

Reform, after all

US House of Representatives’ surprise move to curtail NSA’s powers is encouraging.

Snowden seeks asylum in sunny Brazil

Snowden’s temporary asylum in Russia expires in August. Washington has revoked his US passport, so his travel options are limited.

Edward Snowden: “no relationship” with Russian government

Current and former U.S. intelligence officials have said it is unlikely Russian security services have not squeezed Snowden for secrets.

Snowden ‘manipulated’ by Russia: former NSA director

In 1998 somebody disclosed that US was monitoring Osama’s communications after that, US never heard Laden’s communications again.

‘They’d love to put bullet in my head’

Snowden was granted asylum in Russia last summer after fleeing the United States, where he is wanted on espionage charges for leaking information about government surveillance practices.

‘Snowden worked with US Embassy in India’

Snowden is in Russia at present even as the US has been trying to get him back to be tried for espionage.

US spy agency developing computer to crack privacy codes

Snowden,last year leaked documents he collected while working for the NSA.

NSA surveillance ‘lawful’: US judge

This blunt tool only works because it collects everything,Judge Pauley said in the ruling.

Snowden warns of loss of privacy in Christmas message

Snowden has been granted temporary asylum,he spoke of concerns over surveillance in an age of huge technological advancement.

Obama’s opportunity

White House panel’s recommendations to curtail NSA spying lob the ball in his court.