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(5667) Court rules the Tory snoopers' charter is unlawful - YouTube
FYI UKs Snoopers Charter 'access beyond serious crime is unlawful' .. under EU law.
UK  Snoopers  Charter  Surveillance-Industrial  complex  GCHQ  EU  Brexit 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
No 10: Official Secrets Act proposals 'project of previous prime minister' | Law | The Guardian
[Theresa May the control freak putting the blame as far from herself as she can, who can or might not want to or can not answer for themselves. Thing is, this is known Theresa move out of the Home Office, that is why she has set a record holding that post, despite missing lots of things Tories put on the manifesto ... and she also held the post for so long, bc she is Theresa May, who kept a lid on the Home Office, known to be revolving to for Ministers of any government in power.] Downing Street vehemently denies claims it plans to outlaw investigative journalism and public interest whistleblowers [...] “This is a consultation by an independent body instigated by a previous prime minister,” a No 10 source said. “It will never be our policy to restrict the freedom of investigative journalism or public service whistleblowing.”
Theresa  May  surveillance  Surveillance-Industrial  Complex  GCHQ  Brexit  trade  deal  Snoopers  Charter  asylum  seekers  refugee  Prison  Scandal  Police  Austerity  UK  Career  Politicians  Whistleblower  NHS  abuse 
february 2017 by asterisk2a
A Tory leadership race between two women is not a feminist revolution
I find myself recalling Mrs Lintott’s declaration in Alan Bennett’s History Boys. “History,” she says, “is a commentary on the various and continuing incapabilities of men. What is history? History is women following behind – with the bucket.” //&! Theresa May voted to cut abortion rights. Leadsom = anti-queer religious fanatic. Both would deport immigrant women. This is not feminism. - bit.ly/29rpe7C //&! You know what women's liberation doesn't look like? A choice of two right-wing, anti-woman leaders who happen to be female. #ToryLeadership - bit.ly/29lG30w //&! Andrea Leadsom: I didn't like gay marriage law because it hurts Christians, admits Tory contender to be PM - ind.pn/29k1cHy & ind.pn/29vmqV1//&! Yes, two women are standing for the Tory leadership. Two candidates with a long track record of opposing equal rights for LGBT people. - https://www.facebook.com/owenjones84/posts/1057878920972286
Andrea  Leadsom  Conservative  Leadership  Election  UK  Theresa  May  gay  marriage  gay  rights  LGBT  LGBTQIASP  Snoopers  Charter  abortion 
july 2016 by asterisk2a
Edward Snowden Trolls David Cameron Over Panama Papers
Panama Papers: World Leaders from Iceland to Argentina Exposed in Massive Tax Evasion Scheme - Democracy Now! - youtu.be/uL2D_jkHIi0 //&! The Panama Papers: How the rich and famous hide their money (part 1) - youtu.be/VzccIZUEYws - 7:25 no rules broken because exploited tax loopholes!
Panama  Papers  David  Cameron  Privacy  Snoopers  Charter  tax  loopholes  tax  evasion  tax  avoidance 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Investigatory Powers Bill: May defends surveillance powers - BBC News
Mrs May has said Britain's spies must continue to be allowed to hack into foreign computer networks, under so-called "bulk equipment interference warrants", as this was "a key operational requirement for GCHQ".
She told MPs that bulk powers had played a significant role in every major counter-terrorism investigation over the past decade, including seven terror plots foiled in the past 18 months, and in responding to the bulk of cyber attacks against UK interests.
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
The snooper’s charter is flying through parliament. Don’t think it’s irrelevant to you | Scarlet Kim | Opinion | The Guardian
While the Apple v FBI row makes world headlines, people in the UK are disregarding a bill that permits hacking and gagging
Snoopers  Charter 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Security Experts Warn of Orwellian Future in Apple Case | Re/code
[ all without a warrant ] Your Samsung smart TV or Amazon Echo might spy on you next if the government succeeds in forcing Apple to disable security protections on a smartphone to further the FBI’s investigation into the San Bernardino attacks. Security experts from Stanford, Harvard and Rice universities and independent researchers laid out this Orwellian scenario in a court filing today, supporting Apple’s fight against a court order to help investigators hack a smartphone used by one of the assailants in the mass killing. The group of seven experts argues that the judge’s order [...] disturbing possibilities for how law enforcement might turn everyday items into surveillance tools. //&! Amazon Quietly Disabled Encryption in Latest Version of Fire OS - on.recode.net/1TXeXPB //&! Twitter, Airbnb, eBay, Kickstarter, LinkedIn and Square File Brief Supporting Apple - on.recode.net/1LXQ3sG &! Three Industry Trade Groups to File Briefs Supporting Apple - on.recode.net/1oTUdwx
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
Europe Must Stand Up to American Cyber-Snooping - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Is Barack Obama a friend? Revelations about his government's vast spying program call that assumption into doubt. The European Union must protect the Continent from America's reach for omnipotence.
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
Shami Chakrabarti: ‘Who’s the most dangerous person in Britain? David Cameron’ | Voluntary Sector Network | The Guardian
The outgoing Liberty director explains why plans to scrap the Human Rights Act threaten freedom, and why she won’t stop campaigning [...] I ask Chakrabarti – once branded by the Sun as “the most dangerous woman in Britain” – who she thinks deserves the “most dangerous” hallmark now. “Right now? David Cameron.” She says. “Actually, can I have more than one? Then him and that particular group in the cabinet now who are dedicated to scrapping the Human Rights Act. That group. They are an existential threat to the rights and freedoms of the most vulnerable people in our country.” [...] investigatory powers bill. “We wouldn’t let the state impose identity cards, but these,” she holds up her phone, “these we buy.”
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
Pando: At what point is the convenience of technology outweighed by the constant stress?
Yesterday, I wrote about new proposals to allow the government to trawl the social media accounts of visa applicants before allowing or denying entry to the US.  Specifically, I wrote about my relief, as a visa-carrying foreign worker, at having deleted my social media accounts last year. For all the myriad reasons the government might declare me unworthy of living here -- particularly under President Trump -- at least an old dumb tweet won’t be one of them. [...] Connected technology was supposed to make our lives easier. And of course it has, in countless ways. But what it doesn’t seem to have done is made our lives less stressful...
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Internet monitoring bill 'must do more to protect privacy' - BBC News
Plans to authorise mass data collection and hacking by Britain's spies do not do enough to protect privacy, a watchdog has warned.
Snoopers  Charter 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Draft snooper's charter 'fails on spying powers and privacy protections' | World news | The Guardian
Theresa May’s draft “snooper’s charter” bill fails to cover all the intrusive spying powers of the security agencies and lacks clarity in its privacy protections, a parliamentary committee has said. The intelligence and security committee said the draft legislation published by the home secretary suffered from a lack of sufficient time and preparation. It was evident that even those working on the legislation had not always been clear about what it was intended to achieve, it said.
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Harald Welzer: Unsere Freiheit ist bedroht, Sternstunde Philosophie vom 29.03.2015 - YouTube
"Wir der Konsumer sind das eigentliche produkt, das Firmen kaufen." [...] dieses system ist totalitaer. hat elemente von totalitarismus. [...] was bedeutet es fuer eine gesellschaft wenn das private verschwindet? [...] wir brauchen privats phaere, nicht offentlichen raum, fuer moderne buergerliche gesellschaft, [...] direkte einwirkung auf privates handeln "wenn man etwas nicht will das es nicht oeffentlich ist, soll man es nicht tun." [...] IoT ist neue welle, Industrie 4.0, wieder verlust der privatsphaere im haus [...] loss of autonomy - loss of decision making [...] man wehrt sich erst wenn man was erleidet, leidet [...]
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february 2016 by asterisk2a
Investigatory powers bill: snooper's charter lacks clarity, MPs warn | Law | The Guardian
Highly critical report says proposed legislation must be reviewed to ensure obligations on tech industry are clear. The government’s investigatory powers bill lacks clarity and is sowing confusion among tech firms about the extent to which “internet connection records” will be collected, a parliamentary select committee has warned. The highly critical report by the House of Commons science and technology committee says there are widespread doubts about key definitions in the legislation, “not to mention the definability, of a number of the terms”.
Snoopers  Charter 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Video "Hitlers Polizei" | Dokumentation und Reportage | ARD Mediathek
Police as instrumental piece for Power. First to use is against political enemies. Then against all other enemies! ... Gesinnungswandel. Nazifizierung. Als ueberlebenschance. Als einzige job security. Angleichung. Bedinnungslose hingabe. // History doesn't have to repeat itself, but rhymes. // wegsperren aller die als gefahr gesehen werden. und wenn man auch dafuer gesetze machen muss, spezial fuer diese faelle. regiemgegner. "Schutzhaft" als Schreckensinstument. ohne vor einem richter zu kommen, ohne verteidiger. Willkuer und Terror! --- Geheimpolizei Gestapo. "Staatsfeindliche taetigkeit." "Volksschaedlinge." "Volkshygiene" << ie LGBT etc "Fremdkoerper" // Im polizeigefaengnis werden dann gestaendnisse ... erzwungen. Wie im Krieg gegen den Terror heute. // Aus polizisten werden polizei soldaten, nicht dem rechtsstaats dienig, sondern dem Fuehrer.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
The Guardian view on fair play in politics: a Conservative coup | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian
From trade union reform to parliamentary process, the Tories show a pattern of contempt for the protocols of democracy [...] Thanks to a crafty, albeit constitutionally permitted, parliamentary manoeuvre, a cut that will affect hundreds of thousands of disadvantaged young people went through without proper debate or vote on the floor of the Commons. David Cameron commands a slender majority, but it is enough to pass most of his legislative programme in a more transparent fashion. Only the most controversial elements risk obstruction, either through rebellion on the Tory benches in the lower house or rejection in the upper one. [...] That episode, like the vote on student grants, is consistent with a pattern displayed by this government of impatience with democratic norms, verging on contempt. One habit is bundling measures of primary importance up in secondary legislation. [...] lay the foundations for a long-term Conservative monopoly on government.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Can we really trust judges to protect reporters' confidential sources? | Media | The Guardian
Journalists won’t even be safe to talk email whistleblowers from a coffee shop [...] In stressing that the powers would not be used for mass surveillance, May said the onus would be on the home office to show necessity and proportionality. And who would decide whether that was justified? Judicial commissioners, she said. They would operate a “double-lock” authorisation process on intercept and bulk interception warrants in order to prevent intrusive snooping. [ old boys club with career interests? titles, pensions? ] But will this judicial oversight provide enough protection? That’s the key worry for journalists who now know that there is nowhere for them to conceal their communications with confidential sources. [...] We already know from instances of the police use of the regulation of investigatory powers act (Ripa) //&! Police spying row officers decline Holyrood invitation - http://bbc.in/1RSXQxl
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Hungarian PM says UK must alter tax credits plan for EU citizens | Politics | The Guardian
In a sign of the strength of feeling in eastern and central Europe over the proposed ban, Viktor Orbán said Hungarians should not be described as migrants anywhere in the EU, and said Cameron’s EU reform proposals must not be discriminatory. Orbán made his remarks at an upbeat press conference with his British counterpart in Budapest, in which he said he agreed with three out of the four reform proposals that Britain has tabled. His only disagreement is over the plan to ban EU workers from claiming in-work benefits for four years.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Apple raises concerns over UK's draft surveillance bill - BBC News
The US-based firm has passed on its thoughts to a parliamentary committee scrutinising the legislation. It focuses on three issues: encryption, the possibility of having to hack its own products, and the precedent it would set by agreeing to comply with UK-issued warrants. The Home Secretary Theresa May said last month that the proposed powers were needed to fight crime and terror. [...] But Apple appears to be concerned that the bill's language could still be interpreted more expansively and force the creation of a so-called "backdoor" to provide the authorities with access. Apple argues that the existence of such a backdoor would risk creating a weakness that others then might exploit, making users' data less secure. [...] Overseas warrants A second area of concern relates to the issue of "extra-territoriality". Existing British legislation - and the bill - maintain that companies need to comply with warrants for information wherever they are based and wherever the data resides.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Obama Says It's "Insurmountable" To Monitor Private Social Media Messages Of Potential Attackers - BuzzFeed News
President Obama answers questions on detecting terror plots through monitoring of communications & social media - “We have to recognize that no government has the capacity to detect every post on social media.”
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Lawmakers Have Snuck CISA Into a Bill That Is Guaranteed to Become a Law : technology
CISA allows private companies to pass your personal information and online goings-on to the federal government and local law enforcement if it suspects a "cybersecurity threat," a term so broadly defined that it can apply to "anomalous patterns of communication" and can be used to gather information about just about any crime, cyber or not.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Video "Stark: Demokratie durch Überwachung in Gefahr" | Zapp | ARD Mediathek
Der "Spiegel" ist offenbar ins Visier von Geheimdiensten geraten, das Bundeskanzeleramt soll davon seit 2011 gewusst haben. "Spiegel"-Redakteur Stark zeigt sich erschüttert. // freie presse ist pfeiler der demokratie. - 4te gewalt. checks and balances. // mit hilfe von selectoren liste werden journalisten ueberwacht! und ihre bewegung via cellphone tracking. //&! spiegel.de/thema/national_security_agency/ //&! Vorratsdatenspeicherung schreckt Whistleblower ab. "Sammelwut verprellt Informanten." - bit.ly/1lCqrKZ - Vorratsdatenspeicherung hilft nicht bei Verbrechensaufklaerung.
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
MONITOR vom 03.12.2015 - Monitor - ARD | Das Erste
[ Der Heuhaufen wird immer groesser. Aber wir brauchen die informationen ueber die Nadeln und die Operativen Kapazitaeten. ] Die Terroristen von Paris: Alles unter den Augen der Behörden? Der Drahtzieher der Paris-Attentate konnte sich monatelang vor den Anschlägen erstaunlich frei innerhalb Europas bewegen, seine radikalen Ansichten waren den Behörden zum großen Teil bekannt. Trotzdem griff niemand ein. Drei Wochen nach den Anschlägen verdichtet sich der Eindruck eines Versagens der Sicherheitsbehörden, an dem auch verschärfte Überwachungsgesetze nichts geändert hätten. //&! Bonn-Tannenbusch – das deutsche Molenbeek? - bit.ly/1lf3bmJ - [ Easy radicalisation is Symptom ]
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Theresa May accused of rushing surveillance bill through back door | Politics | The Guardian
Home secretary gives committee three weeks to study ‘snooper’s charter’, despite having ruled out fast-tracking it after Paris attacks [...] The joint committee that scrutinised the previous “snooper’s charter” bill – the draft communications data bill – in 2012 sat for five months and held 13 public witness sessions over a six-week period. It also took evidence in private from the security services. //&! bit.ly/1lkbLjn - State computer hacking The bill gives powers for security services to hack in to phones, computers and networks worldwide in interests of national security. [ like environmental and animal rights activists ]
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Glenn Greenwald on why the CIA is smearing Edward Snowden after the Paris attacks: "The real objective is to depict Silicon Valley as terrorist-helpers for the crime of offering privacy protections to Internet users and to force them to give the U.S. gov
Glenn Greenwald on why the CIA is smearing Edward Snowden after the Paris attacks: "The real objective is to depict Silicon Valley as terrorist-helpers for the crime of offering privacy protections to Internet users and to force them to give the U.S. gov "backdoor" access into communications"
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
IS-Terrorist Abdelhamid Abaaoud war in Deutschland -Video - SPIEGEL ONLINE
[ War on Terror. Surveillance state = ineffective. Or did one intelligence agency know about his where about and did not inform national agencies? to let it happen? there are no checks and balances. ] Mutmaßlicher Drahtzieher der Anschläge in Paris: Abdelhamid Abaaoud war auch in Deutschland - 19.11.2015 - Er galt als gefährlichster Islamist Belgiens und soll hinter den Anschlägen von Paris stecken: Abdelhamid Abaaoud wurde bei der Anti-Terror-Razzia in Saint-Denis getötet. Nach Informationen von SPIEGEL ONLINE hielt sich Abaaoud wiederholt in Deutschland auf.
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Paris attacks | World news | The Guardian
bit.ly/1NA8O5d - Western interventions have an unhappy recent record. The world as a whole must unite against a force that makes an enemy of everyone else //&! bbc.in/1MiF7Yw - bit.ly/1Miy9D2 - Banlieue; allowing urban ghettoes to spring up in suburbs across the country, many home to unemployed & disaffected young immigrant men, she said. “This creates frustration,” she said. //&! bit.ly/1SxTRVe - Current Profile. Intelligence Agency had files on most of them, being radicalised, not integrated to society. Surveillance state/data collection does not prevent attack/crime! &! bit.ly/1SUoCVc &! bit.ly/1LiLhnA //&! Hollande giving war speech (against jihadi terrorism) to secure political survival - bit.ly/1RZG5up - France’s escalating problem of homegrown terrorism [...] ills of society //&! Followed by raid on everyone they have on file - bit.ly/1NAbcZZ - reactionary. this is not prevention/intervention. &! bbc.in/1MhUmBe UK beefing things up. &! one might be from Syria - bbc.in/1RZTTVN
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Überwachung in Großbritannien: Neues Gesetz vorgestellt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Die Werbekampagne hat sich gelohnt. Am heutigen Mittwoch veröffentlichte Innenministerin Theresa May einen Gesetzentwurf (hier als PDF), der britischen Geheimdiensten noch mehr Macht verspricht. Die Spione können, sobald die sogenannte Investigatory Powers Bill vom Parlament verabschiedet wird, ganz legal das tun, was sie bislang ohne solide rechtliche Grundlage machten. Gleichzeitig sagte Innenministerin May, sie wolle die Aufsicht über die Geheimdienste stärken. [...] Theresa May betonte im Parlament, dass es nicht darum gehe, den gesamten Browserverlauf zu speichern, sondern nachvollziehen zu können, mit wem Verdächtige kommunizieren. [ jeder ist nun verdaechtig ] [ UK people seem not to care ]
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Vorratsdatenspeicherung: Durch Vermessung die Welt retten? Kolumne - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Am Freitag wird die Vorratsdatenspeicherung beschlossen. Wieder einmal. Das ist ärgerlich, wird sich aber vermutlich von selbst erledigen. Schlimmer ist, wofür dieses Gesetz steht: den Irrglauben, man könne die Welt durch Vermessung retten.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Jung & Naiv - Kommissar für Menschenrechte über die Situation in...
[ right to privacy ] [ institutional ingrained problem ] // Der Menschenrechtskommissar des Europarats, Nils Muižnieks, war heute zu Gast in der BPK und hat über die Menschenrechtslage in Deutschland berichtet. Hier sind unsere naiven Fragen an ihn zu Ehe für alle, Totalüberwachung, institutioneller Rassismus und Menschenrechte in der deutschen Außenpolitik... und seine Antworten.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Sturgeon warns against plans to scrap Human Rights Act - BBC News
--- in the background of the idea or the need to scrap human rights act and replace it with a watered down British Bill of Rights ... NSA/GCHQ - surveillance and military. war on terror and drugs, extremism, cyber crime ... and dissenters. ... as usual: PR, spin doctors at work and reframing, framing, distracting away from the real issue. // // "Nobody believes that the UK government will strengthen existing human rights protections." - Nicola Sturgeon, First minister
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Jeremy Corbyn: Labour will campaign for UK to stay in the EU | Politics | The Guardian
McFadden stressed he did not believe Cameron was seeking to undermine those rights in his talks with his EU partners, but recognises that Corbyn is deeply concerned at what he regards is a shift from a social Europe to a free-market Europe. He said: “If the prime minister tries to water down hard won employment protections that would be wrong and foolhardy on his part and we would very strongly oppose it. But if he does try to water down these protections, the right response is not to leave the EU but to fight the 2020 election on a clear commitment to restore those employment rights – and we have to remain in the EU to do that.”
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Markus Beckedahl, Andre Meister: Kontrolle ist gut. #Landesverrat ist besser. - YouTube
// Statement von Georg Restle zu der Anzeige wegen Landesverrat gegen die Journalisten Markus Beckedahl und Andre Meister von Netzpolitik.org. - youtu.be/bLuu4ekznT8 // Verschwörung gegen die Freiheit (Doku, ZDF 2014) - youtu.be/HoTW5c2MEYQ // &! O-Ton GroKo - youtu.be/y9pRz5KQ6vo - Eiertanz: Viele, viele naive Fragen zum BND-Skandal // &! http://www.dctp.tv/filme/markus-beckedahl-netzpolitik-org/
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
U.K. ‘Emergency’ Surveillance Law Ruled Unlawful By High Court | TechCrunch
In a high profile win for civil liberties in the U.K., surveillance legislation rushed through the national parliament in a matter of days last year has today been declared unlawful under European Human Rights law. Two MPs, Tom Watson (Labour) and David Davis (Conservative), along with civil rights campaign group Liberty, took the government to the High Court last month, challenging the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act (DRIPA) on privacy and data protection grounds. Today the High Court agreed with their challenge. [...] the European Court of Justice ruling that had, months earlier, struck down EU data retention powers as disproportionate. [...] [abuse] The court also ruled section 2 unlawful because it does not build in limits to accessing this data by requiring access be authorized by a court or independent body. // Part of Tories 2015 manifesto; Scrap the Human Rights Act, and introduce a British Bill of Rights - bbc.in/1JJI1U4
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Berlin’s Zeotap Raises $6.4M To Let Telcos Sell Customer Data To Mobile Advertisers | TechCrunch
[ the small print, its not free, ] Apparently, telecom operators are sitting on a huge amount of unique customer data that could provide much-needed revenue by being packaged up and sold to mobile advertisers and content providers to help them better target users. Or so says Zeotap, a startup that provides technology to enable telcos and marketers to unlock this potential treasure trove of user data. [...] for mobile advertisers the problem Zeotap is attempting to solve is the “severe shortage” of high-quality targeting data.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Russia will fork Sailfish OS to shut out pesky Western spooks
Paranoia over NSA tampering spurs de-Westernisation drive // well only the Paranoid survive. [...] Russia’s Minister of Communications and Mass Media, Nikolai Nikiforov, has taken part in talks to form a consortium that will aid Russia in developing a custom mobile OS, reportedly a forked version of Jolla’s Sailfish OS, to lessen its dependence on Western technology. Nikiforov held a working meeting last week with the leadership of Hong Kong-based Sailfish Holdings, developer of the quietly admired Sailfish OS. Alongside other participants, the parties involved discussed the use of open-source software in the public and private sectors, taking into account technical, economic and political factors, the latter of which is expected to include United States’ interference with exported technologies.
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Pressure mounts over claims Police Scotland breached rules over spying on journalists (From Herald Scotland)
PRESSURE is mounting on ministers to take action on Police Scotland amid further criticism of the force over claims it illegally spied on a journalist to uncover sources. The force's elite Counter Corruption Unit (CCU) is said to have snooped on the reporter without getting judicial approval - a tactic which was banned on March 25 following a row over officers using the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (Ripa) to access journalists’ phone records, texts and emails. // [ endemic and systemic! you are not safe. period. ] // &! bbc.in/1OQEaGJ - Ministers questioned over Police Scotland 'spying' claims // &! bbc.in/1KUFPu9 &! bbc.in/1Maojno << time to get their story right!?
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Sicherheitshysterie nach britischem Urteil gegen Vorratsdatenspeicherung: „Tausende Leben in Gefahr“ | netzpolitik.org
Die Notwendigkeit der technisierten Überwachung wird gar nicht mehr hinterfragt, die gerichtlichen Backpfeifen an die britische Regierung stattdessen in grotesker Weise kommentiert. So titelt beispielhaft der Telegraph in Anlehnung an eine Aussage der britischen Innenministerin Theresa May: Thousands of lives at risk after High Court rules snooping powers unlawful. // theguardian.com/world/surveillance - bit.ly/1fa4mQP // &! bit.ly/1CMnrUg &! bit.ly/1DoKqiZ - Why appeasing governments over encryption will never work. David Cameron & the director of the FBI have both asked for ‘backdoors’ to be included in encryption software [...] Keys Under Doormats: Mandating insecurity by requiring government access to all data and communications, is worth reading in full. It concludes that proposals for backdoors are “unworkable in practice, raise enormous legal and ethical questions, and would undo progress on security at a time when internet vulnerabilities are causing extreme economic harm”.
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
Kommentar zur Vorratsdatenspeicherung beim SPD-Konvent - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Justizminister Heiko Maas war einmal ein entschiedener Gegner der Vorratsdatenspeicherung. Jetzt hat er seine SPD dazu gebracht, für das Gesetz zu stimmen. Seine Argumentation ist entlarvend. // http://www.spiegel.de/politik/deutschland/spd-und-vorratsdatenspeicherung-maas-rettet-gabriel-a-1039895.html - SPD-Chef Gabriel hat sich durchgesetzt - aber ein klares Votum war es nicht: Weniger als 60 Prozent stimmten beim Parteikonvent für die Vorratsdatenspeicherung. Und das wohl nur, weil Justizminister Maas zuletzt unermüdlich dafür warb.
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june 2015 by asterisk2a
Vorratsdatenspeicherung beschlossen: Wie Heiko Maas Politikverdrossenheit fördert - heute-Nachrichten
Monatelang war er dagegen, nun hat Justizminister Heiko Maas (SPD) die umstrittene Vorratsdatenspeicherung mit beschlossen. Mit dieser 180 Grad-Wende macht er sich nicht nur unglaubwürdig. Er fördert auch Politikverdrossenheit. Wehe, die SPD beschwert sich noch einmal über geringe Wahlbeteiligungen.  // Vorratsdatenspeicherung wohl aufgrund des drucks der USA/NSA - so wie auch in UK Snoopers Charter // https://netzpolitik.org/2015/vorratsdatenspeicherung-wir-kontern-die-argumente-mit-denen-der-spd-parteivorstand-das-gesetz-durchdruecken-will/
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
The government's data law - an attack on encryption? - BBC News
The row over forcing internet service providers (ISPs) to hold on to far more data about their users' online activities has stretched over three parliaments. The idea first came up under the last Labour government, when it was quashed by Conservative and Liberal Democrat opposition. Then it was resurrected by the Coalition, with Theresa May's plans - immediately dubbed the Snooper's Charter - blocked by her Liberal Democrat partners. // &! "radicalisation" http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-32714802 &! http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/terrorism-in-the-uk/11630495/Muslim-Council-hits-back-at-top-cops-Marks-and-Spencer-radicalisation-comments.html https://youtu.be/slOe_4zxQCI
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may 2015 by asterisk2a
Die offizielle Linie der Bundesregierung zur Verschlüsselung | netzpolitik.org
In der Bundespressekonferenz ging es heute um die Frage, inwiefern die Bundesregierung sich an den Cryptowars beteiligt und Hintertüren in Verschlüsselungsfragen und beim Staatstrojaner vorantreibt. Die offizielle Linie der Bundesregierung ist, dass sie da nichts vorantreibt. Unser Informationen sind da andere. Aber hier ist das Transcribt aus der Bundespressekonferenz. &! https://netzpolitik.org/2015/wegen-snowden-eu-beauftragter-will-it-anbieter-zu-hintertueren-fuer-verschluesselte-kommunikation-verpflichten/ &! &! The UK and USA have same line - http://blogs.wsj.com/digits/2015/01/16/obama-sides-with-cameron-in-encryption-fight/ Obama about Google, Facebook, Apple & Co “They’re patriots.” thus have to build in backdoors. &! http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/16/political-crypto-decrypted/ &! http://techcrunch.com/2015/01/13/clearly-an-idiot/ &! http://tcrn.ch/1z4vw19
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january 2015 by asterisk2a
U.K. Government Points Finger Of Blame At Web Firms For Counter-Terror Failures | TechCrunch
Why is the U.K. government so vehemently targeting foreign Internet companies to adopt a more active counter-terror role? In part it draws attention away from the intelligence failures of the U.K.’s own security services, and by implication the U.K. government’s failures. While the imperative for this political rhetoric is of course ISIS and its success at appropriating Western social media channels to spread extremist propaganda. [... Snooper's Charter ...] [>>] [Abuse] So while the bill is clad in counter-terrorism justifications, the scope of its digital surveillance measures are intended to be applied more widely. And that type of ‘function creep’ for surveillance powers is something we’ve seen before — with measures ostensibly intended to bolster security service capabilities used to spy on journalists, for instance. And infringe on lawyer/client privilege. [...] United Nations [...] call on states to respect and protect the right to privacy in the digital age.
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november 2014 by asterisk2a
BBC News - Internet data plan back on political agenda
That bill - labelled a snooper's charter by critics - was scrapped following Lib Dem opposition. It would have forced companies to keep data about people's online conversations, social media activity, calls and texts for 12 months. [...] The Home Office says the new measures would help police and security services identify: Organised criminals Cyber-bullies and hackers Terror suspects and child sex offenders communicating over the internet Vulnerable people such as children using social media to discuss taking their own life &! http://pando.com/2014/11/24/the-uk-plans-to-reveal-a-watered-down-snoopers-charter-to-collect-citizens-ip-addresses/
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november 2014 by asterisk2a
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