Anders Breivik starts studying at the University of Oslo

The far-right extremist will study modules on political science from his high security prison cell

United Nations official Raquel Rolnik and Conservative Party Chairman Grant Shapps

Grant Shapps protests to UN over special investigator's 'disgraceful' comments on 'bedroom tax'

Tory chairman writes to UN secretary general demanding an apology

UN investigator Raquel Rolnik calls for Government's 'bedroom tax' to be axed

Raquel Rolnik, a former urban planning minister in Brazil, visited council estates, food banks and homelessness crisis centres in various parts of the UK

Benedict Cumberbatch, as Julian Assange, left, with Daniel Bruhl, as Daniel Domscheit-Berg, in the WikiLeaks drama, The Fifth Estate.

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GCHQ worked in collaboration with the NSA in order to access communications from the 'big four' - Google, Facebook, Hotmail and Yahoo.

Encryption protocols compromised by NSA and GCHQ, according to leaked Edward Snowden documents

The latest revelation shows "an aggressive, multi-pronged effort to break widely used internet encryption"

Thousands of Californian hens escape being gassed thanks to mystery $50,000 benefactor

A charter jet will fly the birds to New York, from where they will be distributed to sanctuaries on the east coast

BPI to ask UK ISPs to compile database of illegal file-sharers

New scheme suggested by copyright holders has been met with hostility from ISPs.

Immigration Minister Cécile Kyenge has suffered a string of abusive public comments in recent months

Italy's first black minister Cécile Kyenge likened to a prostitute in latest public insult

Deputy mayor of northern Diano Marina apologises after making the offensive comments on his public Facebook profile

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The surveillance station in the Middle East intercepts and processes vast quantities of emails, telephone calls and web traffic

Exclusive: UK’s secret Mid-East internet surveillance base is revealed in Edward Snowden leaks

Data-gathering operation is part of a £1bn web project still being assembled by GCHQ

US journalist Glenn Greenwald (left) walks with his partner David Miranda in Rio de Janeiro's International Airport

David Miranda wins High Court injunction on seized data - but with 'national security' exemption

Lawyers win order to stop Government and police 'inspecting, copying or sharing' seized data - except for 'purpose of protecting national security'

Ubuntu Edge fails to raise $32m but remains a record-breaking project

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Nick Clegg backs Prime Minister over David Miranda detention

The Deputy Prime Minister has backed David Cameron's response to the leaking of secret documents on Britain's intercept programme and Downing Street's threats to a national newspaper to destroy computers or face legal action.

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Nick Clegg backs David Cameron as PM sends Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood to 'warn' Guardian over Edward Snowden documents

PM instructed Sir Jeremy Heywood to request The Guardian hand over classified material

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