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Federal worker busted for leaking top-secret NSA docs on Russian hacking

“Releasing classified material without authorization threatens our nation’s security and undermines public faith in government. People who are trusted with classified information and pledge Continue……

Hackers break into centralized password manager OneLogin

OneLogin stated in a blog post that the hackers may have stolen the keys to reading customers’ encrypted data, like stored passwords. Continue……

Ex-Spy Says NSA Did Mass Surveillance During Utah Olympics

“Officials in the NSA and FBI viewed the Salt Lake Olympics Field Op as a golden opportunity to bring together resources from both agencies to experiment Continue……

Miami may deploy blanket surveillance from air

“This is not the way to adopt public policy — no system of surveillance should be put into place until it is first established that there is a need which…

Clinton CIA Director: Illegal Leaks ‘The Real Scandal Here’

“There are a lot of things I think have been disclosed too much and I think that is the real scandal here. So much disclosed, it makes it hard for…

Snowden says Obama ‘personally wounded’ by his spying disclosures

“[Obama] campaigned in 2007…on the platform of saying he would end exactly this kind of warrantless mass surveillance. In secret, instead of ending this programs Continue……

How To Opt Out Of Twitter’s New Privacy Settings

“We have made revisions to this Privacy Policy, effective June 18th, 2017. You can see the new Privacy Policy here. By continuing to use our services after June 18th, you…

Chipotle says hackers hit most restaurants in data breach

Hackers used malware to illegally acquire customer payment data from almost all of of Chipotle’s restaurants over a span of three weeks, the company said on Friday Continue……