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Snowden: Satoshi is ex-NSA Researcher and Original Binance Seed Investor

The creator of Bitcoin, known under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto, was a high-ranking NSA in-house researcher who is thought to have left the intelligence agency sometime in early March 2009, barely a few weeks after the release of Bitcoin itself.

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For Fans of Spies, a Place to Come In From the Cold

NEW YORK — “Hello Bill Hamilton.” The silver kiosk displayed its welcome when I swiped the black wristband that was my admission ticket.The days of slipping through the back of a tailor’s shop are long gone.I was standing before the first of 12 information-gathering sentinels at Spyscape, a $50 mill

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Anti-Trump artists transform Trump hotel room into epic installation with live rats

The group of seven artists then “dismantled everything,” taking apart furniture and taking objects off the walls, then stashing it all in the bedroom.

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An exclusive look behind the scenes of the U.S. military's cyber defense

At U.S. Cyber Command, cyber protection teams defend the Pentagon's networks from adversaries like Russia, China, North Korea and Iran, and fight thousands of non-state actors like terrorist groups and professional hackers. Special correspondent Mike Cerre got exclusive access to a new generation of

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Philosophy Talk: Edward Snowden and the Ethics of Whistleblowing

You might think we each have a moral duty to expose any serious misconduct, dishonesty, or illegal activity we discover in an organization, especially when such conduct directly threatens the public interest. However, increasingly we are seeing whistleblowers punished more harshly than the alleged w

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I Spy at New York's Museum of Deception

The immersive experience at Spyscape, a new espionage museum in Manhattan, includes challenges like a tunnel filled with laser beams.Credit Amy Lombard for The New York Times "Hello Bill Hamilton." The silver kiosk displayed its welcome when I swiped the black wristband that was my admission ticket

NEW YORK TIMES

Web developer's tweets on data stored by Facebook and Google go viral

Web developer Dylan Curran posted a thread on Twitter over the weekend that quickly went viral. He tweeted, "Want to freak yourself out? I'm gonna show just how much of your information the likes of Facebook and Google store about you without you even realising it." In his series of tweets and an op

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Edward Snowden Digs up Zuckerberg's 2009 Interview on FB User Info

"This is their information. They own it." "And you won't sell it?" "No! Of course now." Not our words, but this is what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in a 2009 interview with BBC. The interview is doing rounds on the internet, and one of the biggest influencers to share the clip is US National S

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Zuckerberg In 2009: Facebook Will Never Sell Your Information

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg insisted in 2009 that the social media site would never sell users' personal information. Edward Snowden tweeted out a video on Tuesday that showed Zuckerberg addressing privacy concerns on his website. "The person who's putting the content on Facebook always owns th

THE DAILY CALLER

A new spy museum perfectly captures how boring espionage has become

Gone are the shoe phones. Homing pigeons, sexy poison-tipped umbrellas, and trick briefcases are also all sleeping with the fishes. Compared to the tuxedo-filled tales of yore, spying today has become, well, banal. Instead of using clandestine gadgetry hidden inside of domestic objects, intelligence

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Edward Snowden Is Concerned About Bitcoin's Transparency

There are many reasons why so many people are showing an interest in Bitcoin these days. For the majority of holders, they simply hope to become rich without much effort in the months and years to come. Edward Snowden, on the other hand, is concerned about Bitcoin for many reasons. In particular, th

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Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH) Technical Price Analysis: Retreat Lacks Fresh Catalyst for trend Reversal

Bitcoin (BTC) has again dipped below $8,000 level on the first day of the week. The larges cryptocurrency by market capitalisation is down 7% in the last 24 hours. The crypto market, on the other hand, has been very quiet over the weekend except for the President of the United States, Donal Trump si

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Bitcoin Has a Problem - Edward Snowden

Since the advent of cryptocurrency, there has been widespread scepticism. While some may argue from ill-informed positions, others have valid reasons for their ongoing concerns. One of the major concerns of analysts has been the issue of security. Bitcoin, being the biggest currency in the digital m

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Edward Snowden Comes Out in Favor of Zcash

In a wide-ranging interview that covered privacy and cryptocurrencies, noted NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden endorsed the privacy-focused coin Zcash. "Zcash for me is the most interesting right now, because the privacy properties of it are truly unique, but we see more and more projects that are tr

INVESTOPEDIA

Edward Snowden's Big Problem With Bitcoin Is Privacy, Not Scalability

Edward Snowden, the NSA-whistleblower who achieved international fame after revealing his organization's shocking surveillance agenda in 2013, thinks that Bitcoin has a problem. Addressing the audience at a Berlin Blockstack event in early March, Snowden said that although "everybody is focused on t

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Recently fired FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, Trinity '90, to speak on campus April 13

Until a few months ago, Duke alum Andrew McCabe was deputy director of the FBI and, after then-FBI Director James Comey's departure, the Bureau's acting director. He was then fired from the Bureau by Attorney General Jeff Sessions less than two days before he was eligible for a government pension. N

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Terrible Mistreatment of Haitians Is a Shared Pastime of Donald Trump and the "Deep State"

If there is any consistency to be found in the erratic behavior of our 45th president, it is his gift for excusing, if not explicitly celebrating, some of this country's historic wrongdoings. In January, when he issued an executive order to keep open the military prison at Guantnamo Bay, Donald Trum

THE INTERCEPT

Edward Snowden Isn't Keen On Bitcoin, Excited About Zcash & Monero

During a recent interview with Edward Snowden at Blockstack Berlin, it was revealed that Snowden indeed had been using bitcoin as a means of payment because of its privacy. Edward Snowden is known for leaking documents revealing the extent of NSA's ability to spy on people. Anyone's private messages

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India's vast biometric ID program was supposed to end corruption. But the neediest may be hit hardest.

NEW DELHI - It's been nearly three years since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced his "Digital India" initiative, pitched as an ambitious program to modernize this country of more than 1 billion people. Since then, the government abruptly invalidated 86 percent of the cash in circulation, a mov

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India's biometric ID program was supposed to end welfare corruption, but neediest may be hit hardest

NEW DELHI - It's been nearly three years since Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced his "Digital India" initiative, pitched as an ambitious program to modernize this country of more than 1 billion people. Since then, the government abruptly invalidated 86 percent of the cash in circulation, a move

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