SC agrees to hear Pegasus snooping plea next week

Senior advocate Kapil Sibal mentioned the matter before a bench headed by Chief Justice N.V. Ramana and Justice Surya Kant stating that civil liberties of citizens, politicians, belonging to Opposition parties, journalists, and court staff have been put under surveillance.

Snowden in Wonderland

Analysts even utilised programmes to spy on their spouses, lovers and would-be lovers, which was hard to discourage because 'you can't exactly convict someone of abusing a secret system of surveillance if you refuse to admit the existence of the system itself.' Even Catch-22 never had it so good

Big brother Xi is watching you

Mass surveillance, particularly that which utilises big data to eliminate all forms of privacy and individual choice, has long been prophesied and is now being implemented by China, writes Rafia Zakaria.