Snowden

Snowden

Verizon ordered to hand over customer metadata to NSA

06/05/2013

PRISM revealed

06/06/2013

The Guardian and The Washington Post report
NOFORN

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/jun/06/us-tech-giants-nsa-data

Presidential Policy Directive 20

06/07/2013

The Guardian reports

Boundless Informant

06/08/2013

The Guardian reports
NOFORN

Snowden charged under counts of espionage

06/14/2013

NSA hacked Chinese civilian computer networks

06/14/2013

South China Morning Post reports

Project Chess

06/19/2013

Skype joins PRISM programme 2009
The NYT reports

How the FISC operates

06/19/2013

FISC fails to provide transparency and accountability
The Guardian/Glenn Greenwald reports

FISC documents released

06/20/2013

Three documents revealed, including:
'The NSA can store domestic communications if they contain: foreign intelligence information; evidence of a crime; threats of serious harm to life or property; or any other information that could aid the agency's electronic surveillance, which includes encrypted communications.'

The Guardian reports

South China Morning Post reports details of who the NSA hacked

06/23/2013

Snowden leaves Moscow airport

08/01/2013

GCHQ receives funding from the NSA

08/01/2013

The Guardian reports

GCHQ in collaboration with Vodafone and BT

08/02/2013

Süddeutsche Zeitung reports

NSA uses surveillance to aid with negotiations

08/02/2013

The NSA surveillance of foreign diplomats at the U.N. (Iran) and 2009 Summit of the Americas.
Época reports

Silent Circle shuts down

08/08/2013

Encrypted email service- used by Snowden- closes down after pressure from the US. A similar service called Lavabit, also shuts down.

http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2013/8/8/email-service-linkedtoedwardsnowdenshutsdown.html

The NSA can view data without warrant

08/09/2013

Under section 702 of the 2008 FISA Amendment Act.
The Guardian reports

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/aug/09/nsa-loophole-warrantless-searches-email-calls

NSA audit shows thousands of privacy violations

08/15/2013

2,776 times between March 2011 and March 2012
The Washington Post reports.

CSEC conducts economic espionage on Brazil's Ministry of Mines and Energy

10/07/2013

Jean-Pierre Plouffe appointed CSEC Commissioner

10/09/2013

NSA collects mass quantity of email contact lists

10/14/2013

NOFORN
The Washington Post reports

NSA drone programme

10/16/2013

NSA spies on Mexican President

10/20/2013

Der Spiegel reports

NSA surveillance on France

10/21/2013

Including French citizens, diplomats and companies
Le Monde reports

US monitors Merkel's mobile

10/23/2013

DER SPIEGEL reports

BCCLA files lawsuit

10/23/2013

NSA monitors 35 world leaders

10/24/2013

The Guardian reports

GCHQ spies on Italy

10/24/2013

L'Espresso reports

GCHQ fears public scrutiny

10/25/2013

Leaked documents show GCHQ's fear of Human Rights Act
The Guardian reports

NSA spies on Spain

10/25/2013

Spanish laws are very strong re. privacy (NSA activity deemed illegal)
El País and El Mundo reports

NSA has operations in 80 US embassies

10/27/2013

Der Spiegel and Panorama (Italy) reports

USA Freedom Act introduced

10/29/2013

Raised some concerns, considered through congress over summer 2014.

NSA looks at porn habits of 6 Muslims

11/26/2013

The Huffington Post reports.

CSEC-NSA surveillance at Toronto G8/G20

11/28/2013

AIVD spies on Dutch citizens

11/30/2013

The Netherlands' General Intelligence and Security Service discusses its advanced technology with NSA in February 2013.
NRC reports

CSEC declines to share its citizens' metadata with FVEY

12/01/2013

Australia offers theirs up wholeheartedly at the 2008 FVEY meeting.
The Guardian reports.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/dec/02/revealed-australian-spy-agency-offered-to-share-data-about-ordinary-citizens

NSA collects foreign cell phone data location

12/04/2013

The Washington Post reports
'according to top-secret documents and interviews with U.S. intelligence officials'

NSA spies on Italy

12/05/2013

L'Esresso reports.

Sweden aiding in NSA surveillance

12/05/2013

SVT reports.

CSEC sets up foreign posts for NSA

12/09/2013

Canadian embassies abroad most likely.
CBC reports.

http://www.cbc.ca/news2/pdf/nsa-canada-april32013.pdf

White House announces changes to the NSA

01/17/2014

Squeaky Dolphin

01/28/2014

GCHQ's use of social media.
NBC reports.

NSA climate 2009 climate negotiations

01/29/2014

Huffington Post and Informatíon reports.

House of Commons is assured that improved parliamentary oversight of CSEC is unnecessary

01/29/2014

Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Defence, James Bezan

GCHQ spying on likes of Anonymous

02/04/2014

NBC reports.
Follow-up report: uses 'dirty tricks' like jamming cellphones.

Conservatives defeat Liberal motion calling for special intelligence oversight committee

02/04/2014

NSA targets foreign systems administrators

03/20/2014

The Intercept reports.

Babar

03/21/2014

CSEC document showing French intelligence initiatives on Canada.
Le Monde reports.

http://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2014/03/21/quand-les-canadiens-partent-en-chasse-de-babar_4387233_3210.html

NSA monitors Chinese tech firm Huawei

03/22/2014

NYT and Der Spiegel reports.

CSEC Chief and Defence Minister testify to committee

04/03/2014

NSA-GCHQ efforts to push government propaganda

04/04/2014

The Intercept reports.

No Place to Hide

05/13/2014

Glenn Greenwald book released

http://glenngreenwald.net/#BookDocuments

MYSTIC

05/19/2014

Monitoring of the Bahamas.
The Intercept reports.
The Washington Post revealed earlier.

House votes to shut down NSA phone snooping programme

05/22/2014

Facial recognition technology

05/31/2014

The NYT reports

USA Freedom Act passed in the House of Representatives

09/22/2014

The Globe and Mail

FREEZE: Ottawa's eavesdropping spy agency kept well under wraps

05/29/2013

FREEZE: MacKay approved surveillance; Secret decree allows agency to electronically scour Canadian’s phone records and Internet use

06/10/2013

FREEZE: Opposition, privacy watchdog question surveillance program; Classified program collects Canadian citizens’ Internet and phone ‘metadata’

06/11/2013

FREEZE: Segal says he was unaware of metadata spying program; Head of anti-terrorism committee says he lacks clearance to be told about tracking data trails

06/13/2013

FREEZE: Watchdog warned of CSIS data access; Commissioner cautioned against electronic eavesdropping agency sharing intelligence with domestic spy agency

06/20/2013

HORNE: With Snowden, Ecuador becomes destination for dissent

06/26/2013

HA: Small solace for Manning

07/31/2013

CHASE: U.S. extends Mideast action on fears of ‘major attack’; Diplomatic posts to stay closed in response to Al-Qaeda threat

08/05/2013

Tensions escalate as Obama cancels summit with Putin

08/08/2013

CAMBELL: Not a new Cold War, but things are definitely chilly

08/08/2013

LADURANTAYE: Harper stands firm on wireless policy; PM won’t give in to domestic carriers’ demands for protection from foregn competition, saying he has a greater public responsibility

08/10/2013

NOLEN, FREEZE, CHASE: ‘Cyberwar’ threatens Brazil rift; President demands answers as leaked files suggest Ottawa accessed mining and energy ministry computers.

10/08/2013

CHASE: Former CSEC chief calls for parliamentary scrutiny

10/09/2013

NOLEN: Brazil may freeze Canadian ventures; Until the government is satisfied with Ottawa’s explanation of alleged spying, current activities could be put on ice, expert says

10/09/2013

CLARK: A muted response, but some far-reaching implications for diplomacy

10/10/2013

CHASE: Brazil/Behind the controversy over economic espionage

10/10/2013

FREEZE: Canada’s hacking power awes Brazilian security expert

10/12/2013

NOLEN: Snowden drawn into investigation of alleged spying

10/12/2013

Spy games: Russia security set to monitor all phone, Web traffic

10/18/2013

NOLEN: Spying not a shock to former diplomat

10/19/2013

FREEZE, STUECK: Civil liberties groups to sue eavesdropping agency

10/23/2013

FREEZE, NOLEN: Senate seeks answers to CSEC activities

10/25/2013

FREEZE: CSIS not being forthcoming with court, federal judge says

11/26/2013

FREEZE: Canada allowed U.S. to spy on G20 summit in Toronto: report

11/28/2013

LEBLANC, FREEZE: Ottawa denies spying during Toronto G20 summit

11/29/2013

FREEZE: How CSEC became an electronic spying giant

11/30/2013

AKKAD: Tech giants ask Obama to limit data surveillance

12/10/2013

FREEZE: Telecom firms being asked what data they are giving to police, intelligence agencies

01/20/2014

WINGROVE: Watchdog wants to limit snooping

01/29/2014

BRONSKILL: Spy agency’s airport data gathering aimed at kidnappers, terrorists

01/31/2014

CP

FREEZE: Spy service’s interagency work raises privacy concern

01/31/2014

BRONSKILL: Tories dismissive of MP’s plan for parliamentary spy watchdog

02/04/2014

CP

FREEZE: Security chiefs defend airport ‘metadata’ collection

02/04/2014

AKKAD: NSA data collection to be reined in

03/26/2014

FREEZE: Canada’s metadata collection worries critics

03/28/2014

FREEZE: CSEC dodges questions on relationship with Big Three telecom companies

04/05/2014

HA: French spy software targeted Canada: report

04/21/2014

FREEZE: Spy program was suspended for being too aggressive

05/21/2014

FREEZE: Privacy Fears Ended Anit-Spying Effort

05/21/2014

FREEZE: Spy chief advised not to mention China

05/22/2014

WINGROVE: Canadians ‘stupid’ on privacy, Senate committee hears

05/29/2014

FREEZE: Spy agencies try to curb watchdogs’ ties

05/30/2014

The Toronto Star

GELLMAN, POITRAS: U.S. secretly mines data from Internet giants.

06/07/2013

POTTER, SHEPARD: Do you know who’s reading your email?

06/08/2013

MACCHARLES, T: We don’t snoop on Canadians, MacKay insists

06/11/2013

SHEPARD: Canada has never stopped tracking data, experts say; Collection of Internet, phone info has been ongoing since 2005 in search for terrorism leads

06/12/2013

SHEPARD: Lawsuit launched in records debate; ACLU asks top U.S. court to rule on legality of NSA’s cellphone metadata program

06/15/2013

BALLINGALL: Canada helped spy on G20, report shows; Documents leaked by Snowden suggest eavesdropping agency worked alongside U.S. and U.K

06/19/2013

BRONSKILL: Canadian spy agency once a nerd hangout.

06/24/2013

CP

TEOTONIO: Brazil demands Canada answer spying allegations

10/08/2013

CAMPION-SMITH, TEOTONIO: PM ‘concerned’ over reports of espionage.

10/09/2013

MALLICK: The PR battle to convince you privacy never mattered

10/12/2013

MCDIARMID: Canada let U.S. spy at G20, report says

11/28/2013

ALAMENCIAK: Sex, spies and videotape.

11/29/2013

SMITH-CAMPION, ALAMENCIAK: Ottawa refuses to explain role in G20 spying by the U.S.

11/29/2013

BURMAN: Muzzling the muckrakers for ‘security’; Governments turning screws on critical journalists

12/07/2013

SHEPARD: Where Big Love Meets Big Brother.

12/08/2013

EASTWOOD: Canada, U.S. spied jointly on partners, report says; Watchdog calls leaks to media misinformation.

12/10/2013

TORONTO STAR: The latest spy tool? Angry birds

01/28/2014

MCDIARMID, J. : Canadian spy agency gleaned passenger’s data from airport’s wifi: CBC

01/30/2014

The National Post

BRAGA, M. & DOBBY, C: Telecoms may have to lie on snooping; Metadata collection; ‘Gag orders’ typical on national security issues.

06/13/2013

KAY, J: We all have something to hide from Big Brother, we just don’t know it yet.

06/15/2013

BELL, S. & KOVEN, P: Blame Canada; Experts cast doubt on Brazil espionage claims.

10/08/2013

FEKETE, J: Security agency defends activities; Spy allegations; ‘We follow Canadian laws,’ CSEC chief says.

10/10/2013

IVISON, J: In defence of Spying; Espionage may need tighter oversight but it’s ‘part of the game’.

10/12/2013

BELL, S: Court rebukes CSIS for ‘Five Eyes’ monitoring; Spying on suspects.

11/26/2013

BELL, S: Review underway into allegations that national security agency illicitly spied on Canadians.

12/09/2013

BREAN, J: Canada needs independent watchdog to prevent NSA type breaches: Ontario Privacy Commissioner.

01/27/2014

BRENT, P: Cyber attacks target energy.

01/30/2014

LIGAYA, A. & DOBBY, C.: Everywhere you are; Your phone is helping marketers follow you around, and it probably isn’t your choice.

02/01/2014

BELL, S: Harper’s top security advisor denies illegal eavesdropping of Canadians.

02/03/2014

BELL, S: CSEC defends metadata collection; Senate testimony.

02/04/2014

La Presse

THIBODEAU: Surveillance electronique: des Canadiens cibles par la NSA?

06/08/2013

La Presse

ASSELIN: La maison de verre.

06/13/2013

La Presse

BRONSKILL: Surveillance canadienne: le ministre MacKay a envoye des instructions.

06/13/2013

La Presse

Les listes des banques de donnees du CSTC ne sont pas

06/20/2013

La Presse

BOISVERT: Big Brother vous regarde.

06/22/2013

Le Soleil

HETU: La cavale de Snowden exaspere Washington.

06/25/2013

La Presse

HOENACKER: Les Canadiens sous la loupe de la NSA?

08/01/2013

La Presse

BLACHFIELD: Ottawa critique la Russie pour accueilli Snowden

08/02/2013

La Presse

HETU: Les fruits de la surveillance tombent à point pour la NSA

08/04/2013

La Presse

COULON: Une mauvaise décision

08/07/2013

La Presse

MERCURE: Camouflet d'Obama à Poutine

08/08/2013

La Presse

Harper «très préoccupé» par les allégations d'espionnage au Brésil.

10/08/2013

La Presse Canadienne

BERUBE: La surveillance en pleine croissance.

10/08/2013

La Presse

BERUBE: Télécommunications: une transparence accrue demandée

10/09/2013

La Presse

BERUBE: Le service de surveillance canadien en relation avec les géants de l'énergie.

10/09/2013

La Presse

Une poursuite deposee contre l’espionnage de citoyens canadiens.

10/22/2013

La Presse Canadienne

CHAMPAGNE: Le Canada accusé d'espionner ses citoyens.

10/23/2013

La Presse

Harper n’aurait pas ete mis sur ecoute, selon un expert.

10/25/2013

La Presse Canadienne

PILON-LAROSE: Ottawa aurait appuyé l'espionnage américain au G20 à Toronto.

11/27/2013

La Presse

Espionnage: Ottawa réitère sa confiance envers le CSTC.

11/28/2013

La Presse Canadienne

Le CST doit faire prevue de transparence dit la commissaire a la vie privee.

01/28/2014

La Presse Canadienne

WiFi: le renseignement canadien assure respecter la loi.

01/31/2014

La Presse

Le CSTC défend la collecte de métadonnées.

02/03/2014

La Presse

BRONSKILL: De sérieuses infractions au code d'éthique au CSTC.

03/16/2014

La Presse Canadienne

Une organisation réclame des dommages pour l'espionnage des sans fil.

04/02/2014

La Presse Canadienne

THIBODEAU, M: Vie privee: l’idee d’un inspecteur du renseignement ecartee.

04/11/2014

BRONSKILL, J: Le CSTC conserve des informations personnelles pendant 30 ans

05/28/2014