Phone hacking scandal
It is the first time James Comey has admitted that the agency is looking into whether Moscow tried to interfere in last year's presidential election.
Britain's GCHQ says claims that it helped Barack Obama eavesdrop on Donald Trump are "nonsense" and "should be ignored".
The Russian cyber attacks that were meant to skew the 2016 US election toward Donald Trump have raised new concerns about conflicts in cyberspace. How might normative taboos, such as those against chemical and biological weapons, be adapted to the cyber realm?
A federal criminal investigation is being opened into the public release of documents said to detail alleged CIA hacking tools.
Former national intelligence director James Clapper rejects President Trump's accusation Barack Obama wire-tapped him during his election campaign.
Protesters in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia surrounded the headquarters of the ruling party in Skopje, furious at the decision to drop
Just four years ago Rebekah Brooks was given a multi-million euro pay-off by Rupert Murdoch before standing trial in Britain’s phone-hacking scandal
A government minister has resigned amid reports he sent sexually-explicit images of himself over social media. Brooks Newmark, minister for civil
With the expulsion of one of America’s top intelligence officials from Berlin, relations between the US and Germany are at their most tense in over
The British prime minister’s former media advisor has been jailed for 18 months for plotting to hack phones while boss of the News of the World
The jury in the British phone-hacking trial has been discharged after failing to reach verdicts on further charges against former newspaper editor
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brookes has walked free while Andy Coulson was found guilty of complicity in the phone-hacking
British Prime Minister David Cameron’s former media chief Andy Coulson has been found guilty of being part of a phone hacking scandal that shocked
The wiretapping scandal that may yet force early elections in Poland took another twist on Monday. Last week Wprost magazine published a bugged
The Polish government has admitted that security forces went too far when they raided the offices of a magazine and tried to seize tapes that have
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy has denounced the phone-tapping conducted by magistrates investigating him. He likened the actions to those
The US National Security Agency (NSA) is recording “every single” phone conversation in an undisclosed foreign country, according to a report in the
France’s Justice Minister, Christiane Taubira, is defying calls for her to quit after it was revealed she did know former President Nicolas Sarkozy
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair offered to work as an unofficial adviser to media mogul Rupert Murdoch. The revelation came to light in
In an online question-and-answer session on Thursday evening, NSA contractor turned whistle-blower in exile Edward Snowden answered 13 questions from
President Barack Obama announced a ban on U.S. eavesdropping on the leaders of close friends and allies on Friday, and rein in the vast collection of
A US judge has ruled that the National Security Agency (NSA) program that collects the phone records of millions of American citizens is
Data collection in the US could be “refined” to give the public more confidence that their privacy is not being violated. President Barack Obama
Fallout from the NSA spying scandal – Brazil has snubbed the US firm Boeing and awarded a 4.5 billion dollar jet contract to the Swedish firm
Brazil has said it is not considering granting asylum to the fugitive former US security analyst Edward Snowden despite his offering to help
US whistleblower Edward Snowden is willing to help Brazil’s government investigate NSA spying on its soil if the South American state grants him
A US judge has ruled the government’s gathering of private Americans’ phone records is likely to be unlawful. He described the collection of
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth was allegedly left angered – by royal police officers stealing bowls of nuts from the corridors of Buckingham Palace! The
The director of Spain’s National Intelligence Centre, Felix Sanz Roldan, has appeared before the county’s official secrets committee to clarify his
The German government is reportedly keen to talk to whistleblower Edward Snowden about the United States spying on its allies. It comes after the