Technology is driving us towards a world of total transparency
Gerald Foos bought a motel in Colorado and watched guests through fake vents for 'research'
The are looking to dramatically reduce or annul the multi-million dollar ruling
Cellebrite is reportedly the 'non-governmental third party' which may have found a way to gain access to the iPhone
The ruling includes remotely activating microphones and cameras on electronic devices without the owner’s knowledge
Labour's John Mann MP ‘breaks consensus’ to oppose creation of ‘special rights’ for politicians
The 15-year-old 'safe harbour' pact between the US and EU allowed American companies to import the personal data of Europeans
Snowden suggested that Isis could see a benefit in scaring Western nations into clamping down on encryption
Cook said: 'I don't believe that the tradeoff here is privacy versus national security.'
The app collects up information about users' friends, too, which means that your information might have been used even if you don't know it
Telegram founder Pavel Durov said: 'The right for privacy is more important than our fear of bad things happening, like terrorism'
The page can reveal how much personal information you're giving away online
Early indications of what the Bill contains give genuine cause for alarm - including reviving proposals from the Snooper's Charter
The power is reportedly to be included in the Government's new surveillance bill which will be published next week
The Government has pledged to bring back major powers to Britain’s spying agencies
A Facebook post by Hagen Police containing the advice has gone viral