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Snowden: Facebook a 'surveillance company' that collects and sells user data
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden tweeted Saturday that Facebook is a "surveillance company" that sells its users' personal details, weighing in on a scandal involving a private firm that harvested data from the social media giant. "Businesses that make money by collecting and selling detailed reco
Cryptographic crumpling: The encryption 'middle ground' for government surveillance
For governments worldwide, encryption is a thorn in the side in the quest for surveillance, cracking suspected criminal phones, and monitoring communication. Officials are applying pressure on technology firms and app developers which provide end-to-end encryption services provide a way for police f
Week ahead: Senate Intel panel tackles election security
Police: Trip wire may have set off bomb in Austin The Senate Intelligence Committee has scheduled an open hearing on election security Wednesday morning, a topic attracting increasing attention as the 2018 midterm elections draw closer. The committee has been investigating Russian interference in th
The world is about to find out just how horrific the Khazarian mafia's crimes were
The purge at the very tip top of the U.S. secret power structure is nearly complete, meaning a much larger purge is now about to take place, according to Pentagon, CIA, and other sources. The top leadership of the White House, the CIA, the NSA, the FBI, the Pentagon, and other U.S. agencies is now c
The NSA Helps Norway Conduct Illegal Mass Surveillance
A top secret satellite listening post in Norway that has been, and continues to be, supported by the United States' National Security Agency (NSA) is helping to conduct illegal mass surveillance programs. The Norwegian Intelligence Service constructed the secret satellite surveillance station on an
CCU conference helps women enter intelligence and national security careers
A student group at Coastal Carolina University held a conference to help women enter careers in national security and intelligence. The two-day conference started on Saturday and was open to the entire community. Almost 200 people participated in the event. The student group Women in Intelligence
Edward Snowden blasts integrity of Russia's presidential election, asks Russians to 'demand justice'
Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden Sunday criticized the integrity of Russia's presidential election just before exit polls showed President Vladimir Putin had easily won a fourth term in office. "The ballot stuffing seen today in Moscow and elsewhere in the Russian election
Former top Canadian security officials warn Ottawa to sever links with China's Huawei
Three former directors of Canada's key national security agencies are urging the federal government to heed the warnings of U.S. intelligence services and cut Canadian ties with Huawei, the giant Chinese smartphone and telecom equipment maker. Ward Elcock, John Adams and Richard Fadden are weighing
Retired 4-Star Army General Calls Trump A 'Threat To National Security'
Retired four-star Army Gen. Barry McCaffrey has slammed Donald Trump as a "serious threat to U.S. national security" for his failure to protect the nation from "active Russian attacks." McCaffrey accused the president in a tweet Friday of being "under the sway" of Russian president Vladimir Putin" f
National Storage Affiliates Trust (NYSE:NSA) Announces $0.28 Quarterly Dividend
National Storage Affiliates Trust (NYSE:NSA) announced a quarterly dividend on Friday, February 23rd, Wall Street Journal reports. Stockholders of record on Thursday, March 15th will be paid a dividend of 0.28 per share by the real estate investment trust on Thursday, March 29th. This represents a $
Abdullah shares the issue of cross-border shelling with Pakistan's NSA
Khaama Press - Sun Mar 18 2018, 11:39 am The Chief Executive of the Government of National Unity Abdullah Abdullah shared the issue of cross-border artillery shelling on eastern provinces of Afghanistan during his meeting with Pakistan's National Security Advisor Nasser Khan Janjua. A statement by t
Judge eases feds' case against NSA hoarder
Harold Martin, formerly assigned to an elite NSA hacking unit, before he was arrested by the FBI in 2016. | AP Images A federal judge handed prosecutors a significant win this week over a computer specialist accused of stealing a massive quantity of classified documents and data during two decades
Herrod's hat trick helps NSA
Abby Herrod's hot scoring helped NSA to its first win of the season Friday. The Nansemond-Suffolk Academy girls' soccer team defeated the Beach Breakers 6-0. Herrod scored a hat trick and added two assists as well. The Lady Saints will go on the road at 4:30 p.m. Monday to face Stonebridge School. N
Fighting the Most Dangerous Security Problem Using Blockchain Tech and Ethereum Smart Contracts
The modern world relies on the Internet, virtual reality and IT solutions more than ever before and has become especially tasty for cybercriminals. It is a big market with real problems. The anti-virus companies turnover $8.5 billion a year and are expected to reach $6 trillion by 2021. Today, up to
Sacked FBI director James Comey's warning to Trump: 'I'm telling my story and the American people can judge'
The message comes two days after the FBI's second most senior man, Andrew McCabe, was fired by Trump just 26 hours before he was due to retire on his birthday Former FBI director James Comey was fired last May (Image: REUTERS) Sacked FBI director James Comey has vowed to reveal his story "very soon"
Pakistani NSA due in Kabul for fence-mending talks
PESHAWAR (Pajhwok): Pakistan's national security advisor (NSA) is scheduled to arrive in Kabul on a daylong visit today (Saturday) for talks with senior Afghan leaders. Lt Gen Nasser Janjua will meet President Ashraf Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah, his counterpart Hanif Atmar and spymaster Masoom S
Now, Bhim Army shares notes with message seeking Azad's release
Meerut: The Bhim Army has now come up with an innovative idea to push their demand for release of their leader Chandrashekhar Azad. On November 2, 2017 when the Allahabad high court ordered his release in one of the cases, the UP government slapped NSA on him. On February 2, 2018 when Azad was to be
Senator Wyden Asks NSA Director Nominee the Right Questions
We were at #COP22, reporting from the Global Landscapes Forum. Follow #ThinkLandscape on Twitter and check out our updates Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone, the new nominee to direct the NSA, faced questions Thursday from the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence about how he would lead the spy agency. One
Retired four-star Army general: Trump 'serious threat to US national security'
Provided by The Hill A retired four-star Army general said that he believes that President Trump is a "serious threat to US national security." Load Error Retired Gen. Barry McCaffrey tweeted Friday that he reached the conclusion about Trump because the president "is refusing to protect vital US in
Mattis visits NSA Bahrain
Manama : U.S. Secretary of Defence James N. Mattis held an all-hands call on board Naval Support Activity Bahrain. During the all-hands call, he thanked service members for their hard work and dedication while reminding them of the important role they play in the 5th Fleet area of operations. "My f