Facebook outed as host of Lee Rigby murder chat
Extremist had "online exchange" via Facebook claiming he wanted to kill a soldier, it has emerged
Campaigners unveil Detekt tool to find surveillance malware
New tool looks for state spyware on activist computers
Yahoo details government requests for data
Nearly 7,000 requests made by US government alone in six months
Apple denies NSA data-grabbing backdoors exist in iOS
Claims made by forensic data scientist at hacking conference about iOS access flaws denied by Apple
Snowden calls on peers to develop anti-surveillance tech
NSA whistleblower to focus on promoting anti-snooping tools
Apple denies Chinese government tracks iPhone location data
Apple has reassured Chinese iPhone users that the government can't use their location data
Squeaky Dolphin and the NSA programs you never knew about
IT Pro takes you on a run down of some of the major NSA projects that may have passed you by over the last 12 months
NSA authorised to intercept data in all but four countries
The US only has anti-spying agreements with Britain, Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Social media users at risk of mass surveillance
Counter terrorism director claims monitoring social media activity of UK citizens is permissible by law
Tech giants to reveal government data requests
Defying authorities, major companies mark their end of compliance with a bang
"Dark Wallet" bitcoin software aims to keep users anonymous
App will keep transaction untraceable, no matter who you are
GCHQ used fake LinkedIn pages to access company data
Latest Edward Snowden revelations suggest GCHQ used spoof LinkedIn pages to spy on telcos.
GCHQ and NSA accused of using Angry Birds to nab user data
Surveillance agencies have reportedly tried to collect personal information leaked from smartphone and tablet apps.
President Obama sets out US surveillance reforms
US president curbs bulk collection of phone records.
Vodafone wants to blow whistle on surveillance requests
Mobile operator writes to 25 governments asking to publish surveillance requests.
NSA accused of collecting 200 million text messages a day
Latest twist in NSA surveillance scandal suggests its been snooping on millions of text messages every day.
NSA accused of bugging 100,000 PCs across the globe
US surveillance agency has reportedly installed radio wave transmitters into thousands of overseas computers.
NSA spies targeted World of Warcraft and Xbox Live
Wizard plan saw spooks became elves and trolls to hunt for terrorists.
Governments must address surveillance, claim tech giants
Internet-focused firms lobby Washington for reform.
PRISM fallout could damage business, claim Google and Cisco
BRIC revenues decline following Snowden revelations
Monitoring scandals must not lead to balkanisation of cloud
Box CEO Aaron Levie hits out at suggestions of country-specific clouds
NSA in hot water for spying on world leaders
Edward Snowden leak shows broad US snooping on EU partners.
Skype scrutinised over PRISM in Luxembourg
Data protection minister investigating VoIP service’s roll in PRISM.
Parliament turning "blind eye" to surveillance issues
Tom Watson MP lambasts coalition government and shadow cabinet for failing to address surveillance issues.