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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
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
BBC One - Panorama, Cops, Criminals, Corruption: The Inside Story
"everyone has a price, judges, cops, politicians ...", "bank cops", how organised crime corrupted the police.
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march 2016 by asterisk2a
Erol Incedal terror case evidence to stay secret - BBC News
In their ruling, Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas and two other senior judges said there was a strong public interest in allowing reports about counter-terrorism police and the security services provided it does not "materially compromise the effectiveness of their role or otherwise might damage national security". //&! bit.ly/20qX1gt
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february 2016 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
Defence review: PM could send 10,000 troops on to streets - BBC News
Trident - about 31bn // https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deterrence_theory - Up to 10,000 troops could be deployed on to British streets in the event of a Paris-style attack, David Cameron has said, as he announced plans for an extra £12bn for military equipment. The PM also said two 5,000-strong "strike brigades" would be created, as it was revealed the cost of renewing Trident could increase by £6bn. [...] the government's £178bn defence spending plans for the next decade // Comment: The extra £12bn going to the Ministry of Defence of course comes at a cost to other departments. Every penny that goes there has to come from somewhere else, and the depth of the cuts elsewhere will be revealed by George Osborne on Wednesday. Welfare, the police, and support for business are all likely to be hit. [...] what ground forces exist in Syria to take and hold land where IS is destroyed? Billions of pounds of new British military kit can't answer that. [ Drones and Bombs don't replace boots ]
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Alan Rusbridger takes aim at press over phone hacking and Snowden | Media | The Guardian
Former editor-in-chief of Guardian tells Society of Editors’ conference that use of surveillance powers to discover journalistic sources is ‘greatest scandal of all’ //&! David Cameron urged to reveal when MPs have been spied on Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron demands to know which politicians have been placed under surveillance by the security services since 1966 - bit.ly/1LjcrhL
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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
Pigs to peerages: Lord Ashcroft’s act of revenge shows British politics at its venal worst | Simon Jenkins | Comment is free | The Guardian
Cameron’s use of the House of Lords to reward aides, cronies and donors might leave even Tony Blair astonished. Why not just sell off titles to fund political parties? [ ie also Michelle Mone, supporter of the No Campaign, got peerage and job at DWP as start-up czar; getting unemployed people to start businesses (self-employment). ] //&! Billionaire Tory donor alleges Cameron conspired to mislead public before 2010 election over knowledge of Ashcroft’s non-dom status - bit.ly/1KrdcET - accepting donations from tax avoiders/evaders is best practise nowadays. //&! So Cameron was young and reckless. Lucky he wasn’t young, reckless and poor - bit.ly/1Oqc8Fg //&! How do you deal with a story like #piggate? A spin doctor’s view - bit.ly/1QvIiNl //&! Live Feed Day 2 - bit.ly/1Ktcyqq - "White House [thinks] it had been “fucked over” on both Libya & Syria." Cameron not getting the votes for full military intervention. [...] Gaddafi’s weapons moved south, arming Boko Haram [in Nigeria].
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september 2015 by asterisk2a
Doris Lessing: Britischer Geheimdienst spionierte Schriftstellerin aus - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Mehr als 20 Jahre lang stand die Schriftstellerin Doris Lessing im Visier des britischen Geheimdienstes: Die verstorbene Literaturnobelpreisträgerin wurde nicht nur abgehört, auch ihre Reisen wurden verfolgt.
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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
How NSA and GCHQ spied on the Cold War world - BBC News
American and British intelligence used a secret relationship with the founder of a Swiss encryption company to help them spy during the Cold War, newly released documents analysed by the BBC reveal.
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july 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
Telling British tourists to flee Tunisia rewards terrorism | Simon Jenkins | Comment is free | The Guardian
The security hysteria of politicians such as Philip Hammond, our foreign secretary, is the only thing that poses an ‘existential threat’ to Britain [...] ritain has imposed economic sanctions on Tunisia. These are in retaliation for that country’s failure to prevent what the prime minister calls an “existential threat to Britain” from so-called Islamic State terrorists. The head of London’s police, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, declared earlier this week that the Tunisia killings meant it was “highly likely” that there “could” be a terrorist attack on London. These responses are outrageous. They play directly into the hands of terrorists, awarding them added glory in their own eyes for their original attack and offering similar publicity to other lunatics eager for martyrdom. &! bit.ly/1IPXSCt &! bit.ly/1eObyBS
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july 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - MI5, MI6 and GCHQ 'spied on lawyers'
[P]olicies allowing staff to access confidential communications between lawyers and their clients, official documents have revealed. [...] An MI5 document said legally privileged material may be used "just like any other item of intelligence". [...] Families involved with the Belhaj case brought a claim to the IPT over concerns that their private discussions with legal charity Reprieve and law firm Leigh Day were being intercepted. The families have brought litigation about the kidnappings and allege that any interception of privileged communications has infringed their right to a fair trial. [...] "We hope the tribunal will tell the government in no uncertain terms that this conduct is completely unacceptable." [...] "It's now clear the intelligence agencies have been eavesdropping on lawyer-client conversations for years. "This raises troubling implications for the whole British justice system. [...] correspondence between a person and their lawyer is confidential".
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november 2014 by asterisk2a
Revealed: how Whisper app tracks ‘anonymous’ users | Technology | The Guardian
[ NSA & Co. served them with an order to comply, in order to watch over employees. Spotting potential Whistleblowers and leaks. Period. ] The technology, for example, enables the company to monitor all the geolocated messages sent from the Pentagon and National Security Agency. It also allows Whisper to track an individual user’s movements over time. When users have turned off their geolocation services, the company also, on a targeted, case-by-case basis, extracts their rough location from IP data emitted by their smartphone. & http://techcrunch.com/2014/10/16/whisper-suspected-of-tracking-user-info-and-sharing-it-with-the-u-s-government/ & http://pando.com/2014/10/08/twitter-sues-the-justice-department-for-the-right-to-be-honest-with-consumers/ & http://www.theguardian.com/media/2014/oct/17/-sp-whisper-tracking-location-users-facts-response
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october 2014 by asterisk2a
National Crime Agency director general: UK snooping powers are too weak | UK news | The Guardian
The UK’s top law enforcement officer says Britons must be prepared to sacrifice their freedoms online if they want to be protected from terrorists and cyber criminals. This includes giving authorities access to private email and social media contents. Speaking to The Guardian, the director general of the National Crime Agency (NCA), Keith Bristow, warned that the UK’s biggest threats are becoming increasingly focused on the web, and that authorities had not done enough to persuade the public that greater oversight of their online activity was necessary. // "The National Crime Agency was set up by the coalition to spearhead the national response to serious and organised crime. It has been called Britain’s version of America’s FBI with ministers considering giving it even greater powers and handing it the lead role in counter terrorism. It replaced the Serious and Organised Crime Agency, which was beset by problems from its birth."
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october 2014 by asterisk2a
BND gründet neue Abteilung zur Abwehr von Hackerangriffen - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Fieberhaft sucht der Bundesnachrichtendienst nach Experten für eine Abteilung, die Cyberspionage auf Regierungsstellen und die deutsche Industrie abwehren soll. Nach SPIEGEL-Informationen werden bis zu 130 Mitarbeiter benötigt. Doch die Kooperation mit deutschen Hackern ist teuer. [...] Schindler zeichnete ein drastisches Bild der Bedrohung durch Cyberspionage, die vor allem von China ausgehe. Dort arbeiten nach BND-Erkenntnissen bis zu 6000 Experten in einer eigens eingerichteten Abteilung des Verteidigungsministeriums, die sich auf die Abschöpfung von Technologieunternehmen und Rüstungskonzernen aus dem Ausland spezialisiert haben. Russland betreibe eine ähnlich aggressive Cyberstrategie, allerdings seien die staatlichen Hacker dort als private Firmen getarnt. In den letzten Monaten registrierte der Dienst pro Tag drei bis fünf Attacken allein auf Bundes- und Regierungsstellen in Deutschland.
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march 2013 by asterisk2a

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