British spooks spoofed Slashdot and LinkedIn

British spooks used spoof sites of Slashdot and LinkedIn to distribute spying malware, a German newspaper has claimed.

NSA pays £100m ($150m) in secret funding for GCHQ

The US government has paid at least £100m to the UK spy agency GCHQ over the last three years to secure access to and influence over Britain's intelligence gathering programmes. The top secret payments are set out in documents which make clear that the Americans expect a return on ...

UK government plans widespread web monitoring

The British government is planning to give itself the power to monitor phone calls, texts, emails and website visits, in a move that has outraged privacy campaigners.

UK cyber-security 'champion' announced

A teenage student has been crowned Britain's cyber-security champion, following a competition helpd by government intelligence organization GCHQ.

How cupcakes brought down Al-Quaeda website

Cupcakes: pretty harmless, right? Not to Al-Quaeda, it seems.