Cyberespionage Group Targets Israeli Soldiers With Android Malware
Security experts warn that cyberespionage group has been targeting Israeli military with Android mobile surveillance malware.
Foreign-held telecomm companies excluded from NSA surveillance sweep
Two major U.S. telecommunications companies were exempted from the NSA's metadata spying program not because they refused to cooperate, but because foreign companies have too much control over them.
Microsoft gives zero-day exploits to military before patching them: Report
Microsoft and various other tech and manufacturing firms are apparently handing sensitive data over to the U.S. government for preferential treatment. Can U.S. tech firms ever be trusted again?
Google, Facebook and other tech firms ask permission to show they're not spying with NSA
Edward Snowden, in conjunction with The Guardian and The Washington Post, revealed that the NSA and the FBI have direct access to the servers of nine major tech firms. Those firms, however, deny this, and are asking the government for permission to prove it.