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The New York Police Department has disbanded a division that conducted extensive covert surveillance on the citys Muslim communities. The Demographics Unit infiltrated mosques, restaurants, and other locations with plainclothes officers and informants, but the NYPD was forced to conclude in 2012 that the program never generated any serious leads or investigations into terrorism. A report […]

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Concerns over U.S. surveillance are apparently leading to a “de-Americanization” of IT environments in Asia-Pacific, specifically China, as governments ban the use of U.S. technology. Is the paranoia necessary?

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Russia is no stranger to surveillance — earlier this month, it was reported that the country was putting together PRISM on steroids for the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics. Now, the countrys in the middle of a scandal surrounding Septembers G20 Summit in St. Petersburg. According to a report from the LA Times, visiting world leaders at the […]

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