Pardon Edward Snowden

 Posted by on 2016-09-15 at 09:35  cryptography, cyber security, edward snowden, encryption, government, infosec, News, nsa, privacy, Reblog, security, snowden, spying  Comments Off on Pardon Edward Snowden
Sep 152016
 

Edward J. Snowden, the American who has probably left the biggest mark on public policy debates during the Obama years, is today an outlaw. Mr.

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A Mysterious Message Is Warning Bitcoiners About a ‘State Sponsored’ Attack

 Posted by on 2016-08-18 at 22:16  bitcoin, cryptocurrency, cryptography, encryption, privacy, Reblog, security, tech  Comments Off on A Mysterious Message Is Warning Bitcoiners About a ‘State Sponsored’ Attack
Aug 182016
 

The next version of Bitcoin Core, one of the most popular bitcoin wallets in existence, might be replaced with a malicious version courtesy of government-backed hackers, a warning on Bitcoin.org, the site that hosts downloads for Core, states.

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“Science fiction cyber-war is here”: Alex Gibney on “Zero Days” and Stuxnet, the secret weapon that got away

 Posted by on 2016-07-13 at 22:53  conspiracy, cryptography, cyber security, cyber terrorism, cyber war, encryption, iran, israel, nsa, Politics, Reblog, security, stuxnet, tech  Comments Off on “Science fiction cyber-war is here”: Alex Gibney on “Zero Days” and Stuxnet, the secret weapon that got away
Jul 132016
 

Alex Gibney has made documentaries about Enron and the Church of Scientology and pioneering gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson and Jack Abramoff, the über-lobbyist who corrupted American politics more than any other individual.

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Why you should bet big on privacy

 Posted by on 2016-05-17 at 22:41  cryptography, encryption, privacy, Reblog, security, tech  Comments Off on Why you should bet big on privacy
May 172016
 


Ever felt like you were being watched online? You know, like when you read something about New York, and the next site you visit shows you ads for New York hotels? As it turns out, on my computer, there were more than 130 companies tracking my every move (check yours here, then install this plug

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