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Submitted by Tyler Durden on 12/29/2013 15:39 -0500
The NSA’s 50-Page Catalog Of Back Door Penetration Techniques Revealed
While the world may have become habituated to (and perhaps revels in, thank you social media exhibitionist culture) the fact that [...]
Well, the argument on the forums concerning the NSA’s ability to crack e-mail encryption seems to have been resolved.
The agency has fulfilled a decades-long quest to break the encryption of e-mail, online purchases, electronic medical records and other Web activities, the New York Times, the U.K.’s Guardian and ProPublica reported yesterday. The [...]
Many Californians were shocked out of their seats and beds yesterday and early this morning when the first ever Amber Alert via iPhone went out. It was preceded by a very ominous alert, much like a danger signal or warning. If you were a participant in this event, and would rather not participate in another, [...]
As if hacked government databases haven’t already place our personal information at risk, here is news of another problem that promises to be the biggest yet.
The information database necessary for the Health Care exchanges to operate has NOT passed security testing. It will be the world’s largest and most complete storehouse of personal information [...]
To enable the raping of your private data, your data has to first be available. With the news reports of federal and state data collection making waves across the land, we would be wise to suppose that there are even more examples of this travesty yet to come.
Enter ObamaCare. According to Rare.us, we now [...]
Rendering drones surveillance null and void via modern tech in the hands of “ordinary” citizens. Sound implausible? An Oregon company intends to make drone eye-in-the-sky defense available to the public. That’s right. To YOU. “Domestic Drone Countermeasures” claims to intend selling equipment that will make it impossible for drones to “complete their mission” by disabling [...]