Tag Archives: GCHQ

Partial anatomy of a hack by GCHQ – It’s pwned

[5/2/15 I may have been mistaken about the running inside virtualization and that is probably normal livecd messages. There is still something amiss with the different ps axu(s) – it does at least make me very suspicious since I can’t … Continue reading

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This new total Cnut in charge of GCHQ

The new man in charge of GCHQ is happy to sit in my bedroom when I’m doing consensual wicked actds with my missus. That’s what he’s saying – You do not have a right to privacy and GCHQ has the … Continue reading

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MI5, MI6 and GCHQ ‘spied on lawyers’

MI5, MI6 and GCHQ ‘spied on lawyers’ British intelligence agencies have policies allowing staff to access confidential communications between lawyers and their clients, official documents have revealed. The guidance was disclosed for the first time at a tribunal which examines … Continue reading

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Message from the new head of GCHQ. Be afraid and embrace the new bullshitism

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-29891285 So the new head of GCHQ says tech Oh this is all so much bolox The new Head of GCHQ is in charge of ~ of how does this work? ~ we’re not criminals listening to absolutely all communications … Continue reading

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Cameron, Clegg and Ed sneak in a snoopers’ charter by the back door

A snoopers’ charter by the backdoor: One day until Drip is forced through by Ian Dunt Privacy campaigners are frantically trying to brief MPs about the implications of the data retention and investigatory powers bill (Drip), before it is forced … Continue reading

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The simple way to install Tor for online anonymity

The bad news is that the National Security Agency (the US authority that spies on internet users) targets anyone searching for privacy tools. NSA classifies Linux Journal readers, Tor and Tails Linux users as “extremists” “Months of investigation by the German … Continue reading

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UK politics news

Recent articles about UK politics, some about the Catholic Church policy of protecting paedos and some about Edward Snowden Socialist Party :: Who’s robbing our NHS? The National Health Service is under attack as never before. In this feature, a … Continue reading

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UK politics

A few recent UK (& other) politics articles The myth of welfare tourism: European body find UK benefits ‘manifestly inadequate’ Egypt: the coup the world forgot | Arab uprisings | Middle East | spiked War crimes in Syria: a new … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent political events

That Conservative, illiberal Nick Clegg is keen to do the Tories’ work Clegg leaves the door open to further welfare cuts George Osborne has made it clear that he plans to introduce “billions” more in welfare cuts if the Tories … Continue reading

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Politics news allsorts

Commentary and analysis of recent UK politics events Following Home Secretary Theresa May’s refusal to allow MI5 boss Andrew Parker to appear before the parliamentary home affairs select committee the committee has said that it will question Theresa May more … Continue reading

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Politics news allsorts featuring Tory paedos news

There is a story developing – which has had surprisingly little attention – that five Tory MPs including one ex-minister are being investigated for paedophile crimes against boys. The source of the story is exaro news while slightly different reports … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent UK politics events Edward Snowden voted Guardian person of the year 2013 for his whistleblowing on worldwide surveillance activities. Online gamers are targeted by NSA and GCHQ … Online gaming is big business, attracting tens … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent UK political events Following Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger appearance yesterday, MI5 boss Andrew Parker is called to the home select affairs committee. Andrew Parker has previously appeared before the Intelligence and Security Committee with advance … Continue reading

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Commentary and analysis of recent UK (and Australian) UK politics news. Edward Snowden has released a document showing that Australia offered to share evidence about ordinary citizens with its ‘5-eyes’ surveillance partners. The document is a record of a 2008 … Continue reading

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Guardian editor Rusbridger defends leaked files stories

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24464286 Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has insisted it was right to publish secret files leaked by US intelligence analyst Edward Snowden. His comments come after the new director general of MI5, Andrew Parker, said such revelations risked causing enormous harm. … Continue reading

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