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The top-secret leak that led to a spying scandal, infuriating Indonesia – and Tony Abbott | Ten years of Guardian Australia
Lenore Taylor looks back at Guardian Australia’s first big scoop and its far-reaching repercussions

Caitlin Cassidy and Marni Cordell

25, May, 2023 @3:00 PM

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French court’s approval of Olympics AI surveillance plan fuels privacy concerns
Rights groups including Amnesty and Human Rights Watch call proposals ‘a dangerous precedent’ in open letter

Lisa O'Carroll

18, May, 2023 @11:19 AM

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Police to use live facial recognition in Cardiff during Beyoncé concert
Technology be to deployed in city centre to identify wanted individuals, leading to concerns over normalisation of surveillance

Geneva Abdul

17, May, 2023 @11:39 AM

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Ministers looking at body-worn facial recognition technology for police
Government’s intentions revealed in document produced for surveillance camera commissioner

Vikram Dodd Police and crime correspondent

16, May, 2023 @5:28 PM

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EU urged to tighten spyware safeguards in wake of Pegasus revelations
Non-binding vote bans surveillance software after concluding Hungary and Poland used it to track journalists and opponents

Jennifer Rankin in Brussels

09, May, 2023 @4:00 AM

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The Last Honest Man: Frank Church and the fight to restrain US power
Pulitzer-winner James Risen calls the late Democratic senator an ‘American Cicero’ – and makes a strong case

Lloyd Green

07, May, 2023 @6:00 AM

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UK workers: are you surveilled by your employer during working hours?
From dashcams to mouse tracking, we’re interested in speaking to workers in the UK who have experienced workplace surveillance

Guardian community team

28, Apr, 2023 @10:12 AM

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Explainer: China’s covert overseas ‘police stations’
Two men in New York are accused by the FBI of being covert enforcers for the Chinese government. Such operations are being uncovered worldwide

Amy Hawkins Senior China correspondent

20, Apr, 2023 @1:29 AM

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Panera to adopt palm-reading payment systems, sparking privacy fears
Bakery is first restaurant chain to use Amazon One biometric technology, which faces scrutiny from lawmakers and activists

Kari Paul

30, Mar, 2023 @5:00 AM

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Biden administration urges Congress to renew warrantless surveillance law
Section 702 cast as an essential tool to gather intelligence about terrorists and other foreign targets located overseas

Hugo Lowell in Washington DC

28, Feb, 2023 @11:09 PM

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Of course China’s balloon was spying. States all spy on each other – and we all benefit | Jonathan Steele
The latest standoff has sparked international hysteria. But the more countries know about friends and enemies, the better, says former Guardian foreign correspondent Jonathan Steele

Jonathan Steele

16, Feb, 2023 @12:00 PM

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Chinese spy balloon may have been blown off intended course – report
US officials who tracked balloon from launch on Hainan island reportedly examining possibility that unusual weather took it over North America

Helen Davidson and agencies

15, Feb, 2023 @4:45 AM

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