Edward Snowden leaks: UK officials allowed NSA to access British citizens’ personal data


The US National Security Agency (NSA) reached an agreement in 2007 to access information they were not previously allowed to, according to the latest leaks from whistleblower Edward Snowden. Previously citizens of the UK, US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand had been protected from surveillance from one another’s intelligence agencies under the ‘Five Eyes’ partnership. But under the terms of a renegotiation six years ago, the…

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New questions for PM Harper in Duffy scandal

OTTAWA — The country first learned Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s chief of staff had personally bailed out Sen. Mike Duffy in a TV news report that aired late at night on Tuesday, May 14. “CTV News has learned that while auditors were going over Conservative Sen. Mike Duffy’s living expenses, […]