In what is being heralded as a win for privacy, a federal appeals court on Thursday ruled that Microsoft does not have to hand over to the U.S. government customer data held in another country. According to Wired 's senior writer Andy Greenberg, the ruling (pdf) by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan "just sent the American Justice...
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Some of the world's largest websites and rights groups are planning a coordinated day of action on June 5, the first anniversary of Snowden's revelations, to oppose mass online surveillance. The Reset the Net campaign, launched by Fight for the Future, will feature a splash screen offering tips for direct action, like how to install NSA-resistant encryption tools , to ensure Internet privacy.
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National Hispanic Media Coalition
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