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# surveillance - Tuesday 11 June, 2013

You're fired: US surveillance whistleblower sacked by his employer

Booz Allen Hamilton confirmed in a statement that Edward Snowden’s employment with them had been “terminated”.

# surveillance - Monday 10 June, 2013

British minister says report of UK access to US data is 'baseless'

William Hague says any proposals by British intelligence agencies to intercept data needs the approval of ministers.

Data Protection Commissioner 'not surprised' by US surveillance programme

Billy Hawkes said that his concern might be that there would be an abuse of powers that have been granted for legitimate reasons.

# surveillance - Saturday 8 June, 2013

The median age for new HIV cases in Ireland? 33

New statistics show that the number of people with HIV in Ireland rose last year for the first time in four years.

# surveillance - Friday 7 June, 2013

UK has had access to US's secret data for three years - report

The Guardian says Britain’s GCHQ surveillance agency has been able to access data harvested by the US’s ‘PRISM’ system.

George W. Obama? Here's how the HuffPo is covering the US surveillance scandal

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# surveillance - Thursday 18 April, 2013

Stronger breast cancer surveillance will reduce health service costs - report

A report published by HIQA today recommends annual scans for women who have an elevated risk due to familial or genetic factors.

# surveillance - Saturday 2 February, 2013

Drone spying capabilities to get more sophisticated

A new documentary has revealed the world’s most powerful camera.

# surveillance - Saturday 19 January, 2013

13 people died of influenza during Ireland's last flu season

All of the people who died were elderly, ranging from 81 to 98 years old.

# surveillance - Saturday 5 January, 2013

Man released over alleged garda spying

Detectives in Dublin discovered a hotel room overlooking the Harcourt Street station in September with surveillance equipment.

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# surveillance - Friday 28 September, 2012

Man due in court over Dublin Garda station spying

A 41-year-old man will appear in court this evening in connection with the suspected covert surveillance of the Garda station on Harcourt Street.

# surveillance - Thursday 27 September, 2012

Man suspected of spying released without charge

However, another suspect remains in custody.

Two arrested over suspected surveillance of Dublin Garda HQ

The men were arrested last night after Gardaí became aware that someone had booked a nearby hotel room under a false name.

# surveillance - Sunday 1 April, 2012

Plans for UK web monitoring could affect Irish users

It’s reported that the UK government is seeking the power to monitor calls, texts, emails and web visits under new legislation.

# surveillance - Sunday 8 January, 2012

From The Daily Edge In pictures: top spy gadgets of the 60s and 70s Spying This post contains images

In pictures: top spy gadgets of the 60s and 70s

From ‘turd’ transmitters to the classic camera watch, here are some of the top Cold War gadgets from the KGB and CIA.

# surveillance - Friday 9 December, 2011

Watch: Iran displays US drone it 'electronically' captured Iran This post contains videos

Watch: Iran displays US drone it 'electronically' captured

US officials have dismissed claims that Iran managed to guide the unmanned surveillance aircraft down electronically and say the televised footage could be of a model.

# surveillance - Monday 13 June, 2011

FBI to ease restrictions on agents' investigative powers

The FBI is due to release a new edition of its manual that will endow agents with new powers to monitor people who have caught their attention – including rummaging through their rubbish and putting surveillance teams on targets.

# surveillance - Monday 9 May, 2011

'Spy cameras' introduced under Project Champion removed from Birmingham

Residents were angry to learn that the cameras had been funded by UK government counter-terrorism fund and complained that some were hidden.

# surveillance - Thursday 21 April, 2011

Smile! Your iPhone's watching you...

Two data scientists have uncovered a secret tracking application hidden inside your iPhone.