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Wikileaks founder says Snowden info will keep getting published

Assange criticised the United States for revoking Snowden's passport and said it would not stop the classified information taken by the 30-year-old former contractor from getting out.


US taps half-billion German phones, internet links in month - report

The revelations of alleged US surveillance programmes based on documents taken by fugitive former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have raised a political furore.


US overhauling intelligence access to try to prevent another Snowden

The United States is overhauling procedures to tighten access to top-secret intelligence in a bid to prevent another mega-leak like the one carried out by former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, senior US officials said.


Snowden warns of loss of privacy in Christmas message

Snowden warned of the dangers posed by a loss of privacy in a message broadcast to Britain on Christmas Day.


Florida man pleads not guilty to fatal theater shooting over texting

A retired Florida police captain accused of fatally shooting a man in a movie theater after a texting confrontation last month pleaded not guilty Wednesday at a daylong bail hearing that resembled a mini-trial.


Sniffing out identity

Why use an iris scanner or check fingerprints for authentication when body odour is more accurate and harder to trick than a facial recognition system?


First US Bitcoin ATMs to open soon in Seattle, Austin

Robocoin said on Tuesday that later this month it will install the first automated teller machines in the United States that let users buy and sell bitcoin, the latest step into the mainstream for the digital currency.


Oliver Stone to make Snowden film

Oliver Stone is to make a film about fugitive US intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, based on a book by a British journalist, it was announced Monday.


Fallout from Snowden affair still rocks US one year on

A year after Edward Snowden revealed the vast scope of the US data dragnet, America is still reeling from the fallout, which damaged ties abroad and triggered fears of "Big Brother" government.


BlackBerry results top forecasts, fuelling recovery hopes

BlackBerry Ltd posted a narrower-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday as the troubled smartphone maker's turnaround efforts started to pay off, raising hope that its chief executive can deliver on a pledge to return the company to steady profits.