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February 10 2014

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Turkish riot police take cover behind their shields as firework shot by protesters explodes in front of them during clashes within an anti government protest against new internet bans, in Istanbul. The Turkish parliament has approved amendments to its internet regulations that allows the government to block websites without a court order and mandate Internet Service Providers to store data for up to two years. Picture: Jivan Guner
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August 02 2013

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Suffolk County police say pressure cooker home search due to tipoff | World news | theguardian.com

… Late on Thursday, Suffolk County police said its investigation was in fact prompted by a tipoff, and not covert monitoring. “Suffolk County criminal intelligence detectives received a tip from a Bay Shore based computer company regarding suspicious computer searches conducted by a recently released employee," Suffolk County said in a statement.

"The former employee’s computer searches took place on this employee’s workplace computer. On that computer, the employee searched the terms ‘pressure cooker bombs’ and ‘backpacks’."

The computer company’s police report prompted a visit to Catalano’s home by “six gentleman in casual clothes" who “all had guns in their waistbands", as she described the agents.

"After interviewing the company representatives, Suffolk county police detectives visited the subject’s home to ask about the suspicious internet searches," the statement from police continued. “The incident was investigated by Suffolk County police department’s criminal intelligence detectives and was determined to be non-criminal in nature."

Catalano says she and her husband were “led to believe [the investigation came] solely from searches from within our house". She wrote about the experience on medium.com, prompting outrage at what was taken by somme commenters to be an example of government intrusion into personal privacy.

Late on Thursday night, Catalano issued a clarification, saying here piece – which was republished on the Guardian – had been written in good faith.

"We found out through the Suffolk Police Department that the searches involved also things my husband looked up at his old job. We were not made aware of this at the time of questioning and were led to believe it was solely from searches from within our house. I did not lie or make it up. I wrote the piece with the information that was given. What was withheld from us obviously could not be a part of a story I wrote based on what happened yesterday."

August 01 2013

18:19

New York woman visited by police after researching pressure cookers online | World news | theguardian.com

Long Island resident said her web search history and ‘trying to learn how to cook lentils’ prompted a visit from authorities

… I felt a sense of creeping dread take over. What else had I looked up? What kind of searches did I do that alone seemed innocent enough but put together could make someone suspicious? Were they judging me because my house was a mess (Oh my god, the joint terrorism task force was in my house and there were dirty dishes in my sink!). Mostly I felt a great sense of anxiety. This is where we are at. Where you have no expectation of privacy. Where trying to learn how to cook some lentils could possibly land you on a watch list. Where you have to watch every little thing you do because someone else is watching every little thing you do.

All I know is if I’m going to buy a pressure cooker in the near future, I’m not doing it online.

I’m scared. And not of the right things.

July 29 2013

23:08

Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords | Politics and Law - CNET News

Secret demands mark escalation in Internet surveillance by the federal government through gaining access to user passwords, which are typically stored in encrypted form.

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April 23 2013

MerelyGifted
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The Internet.

   

 you are welcome.

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