WikiLeaks Dares The US Government To Provide The Evidence Relating Russia´s Involvement In The Election Hack
In recent days, Julian Assange´s confidante and the former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, Craig Murray, explained that the US government and intelligence agencies were lying about Russia´s involvement in the hacks.
Facebook´s CEO Mark Zuckerberg Wants To Go Into Government Without Giving Up Control Of The Company
Facebook´s board member Peter Thiel, is now on Donald Trump´s transition team, which could help Zuckerberg to have an important role in the republican government. Which would makes him gain a lot of critics
Microsoft Censored Its Own Chinese AI Chatbot So It Could Roll On China
If any company wants to get into the Chinese market, it will have to establish censoring conditions in order to get the government´s approval. Facebook recently developed a censoring tool to get back to China.
Facebook´s Submission To China´s Censorship Will Be Its End As A Respectable Company
Getting into China´s market is the biggest goal of many company around the world. Marck Zuckerber has been blamed for the 2016 U.S. presidential elections outcome, because of the fake news issue.
Officials Said That Kremlin´s Computer Networks Can´t Be Hacked
Russian Minister of Foreign Affair website was recently hacked by an American hacker called "The Jester". The U.S. government has blamed Russia for interfering with the presidential elections in order to get Donald Trump elected.
Argentine Government Orders The Creation Of A National Database Of All Mobile Phone Users
Most of Argentineans have two mobile devices, because considering how much criminals stole these products, they always have a cheaper and old one to give it to them, in order to protect the newest.
Yahoo, ACLU Press US Government Declassify Secret Surveillance Orders
Yahoo has asked the Director of National Intelligence to show the surveillance order the company received.
The $1 BIllion Contract To Protect Government Websites
The Department of Homeland Security signs a deal with defense contractor Raytheon to secure government websites.
Samsung And Sectra Teams Up For Secure Smartphones For Governments In Europe
Samsung and Sectra will incorporate hardware encryption scheme that can keep top government secrets.
Google, Facebook and other tech firms ask permission to show they're not spying with NSA
Edward Snowden, in conjunction with The Guardian and The Washington Post, revealed that the NSA and the FBI have direct access to the servers of nine major tech firms. Those firms, however, deny this, and are asking the government for permission to prove it.
Kim Dotcom: Have EU create Google alternative
Kim Dotcom New Zealand millionaire, Internet celebrity and target of U.S. copyright enforcers, has called on the EU to build a new alternative to Google in light of certain U.S. cybersecurity programs. Is the EU up to the task?
Bitcoin drops anonymous promise for non-Bitcoin transactions
Bitcoin's biggest exchange, Mt. Gox, just announced that it's limiting one of the virtual currency's biggest features: anonymity. Is it because fellow virtual currency Liberty Reserve just got raided?
Chinese hackers steal info on dozens of U.S. military projects, Australian spy building
Chinese hackers have stolen the designs to more than two dozen U.S. military projects, as well as the blueprints to Australia's new spy headquarters.
U.S. is one of the biggest hackers out there: Here's why
A lot has been made of Chinese hacking capabilities. But what about the U.S.? Bloomberg takes a cursory look into the secretive world of U.S.-sponsored hacking.
U.S. Government Becomes Biggest Malware Buyer, Stoking Fears Over Security
The U.S. government is buying software vulnerabilities and exploits, driving a massive underground market, but it isn't sharing its information with software companies. Cybersecurity experts worry an aggressive U.S. policy towards exploits could squelch attempts at building a strong cyber defense.