June 21, 2021

Mass Surveillance cases could shed light on alleged Trump wiretap

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By Larry Klayman From Newsmax The newest revelations that the Obama administration wiretapped, that is “bugged” President Trump and all of his men, in the lead up to and after the November 8, 2016, elections are not surprising. In this regard, for over 2 years the highest levels of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) […]

Letter to FT From Anthony Travers May 16 2016

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From Financial Times UK Sir, Toby Quantrill of Christian Aid (“UK can take lead on regulation of tax havens”, May 12) seeks to perpetuate an unsustainable myth. A cursory review of the publicly available information would have revealed the true position. The British government has, as a matter of public record, already done a very […]

US seeks power to seize your overseas clients’ data on cloud servers

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Microsoft “Ireland” case raises fears as appeal nears By Rebekah Mintzer, From Corporate Counsel Widespread adoption of cloud computing has been a game changer for many businesses. However, the high-profile data privacy case that pits Microsoft Corp. against the U.S. Department of Justice may be a prelude to stormy weather. The case, which will be […]

Why the Supreme Court cellphone ruling is a really big deal

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By Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai From Mashable Thanks to a unanimous Supreme Court decision on Wednesday, police officers will no longer be allowed to search your cellphone after an arrest without a warrant — a ruling hailed as “groundbreaking” and “big win for digital privacy.” The ruling concerning two separate but similar cases could have far-reaching implications […]