Topic: Cybersecurity

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Obama Administration Supports Privacy-Invasive "Cybersecurity" Bill

Right before Congress left for its annual summer vacation the Obama Administration endorsed the Senate Intelligence Committee's Cybersecurity Information Sharin...   [ continue reading...]



At it Again: Law Enforcement Officials’ Anti-Encryption New York Times Op-Ed

Yesterday, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. and law enforcement officials from Paris, London, and Madrid published an anti-encryption op-ed in the N...   [ continue reading...]



Breach of Trust

Sub Heading:  A murky vendetta against a discredited ethical hacker Author: ...   [ continue reading...]



USA’s 'Mr. Robot' Is the Anti-Capitalist TV Show We’ve Been Waiting For

A deep, visceral hatred of modern-day capitalism is what fuels the show. The USA Network is not exactly synonymous with prestige drama. This is a chan...   [ continue reading...]



"Oppressed People Are Everywhere": A Year After Ferguson, a Conversation With One of the Protests' Organizers

"Nothing in the Civil Rights Movement was accomplished in a day," says Johnetta Elzie. Courtesy of Johnetta Elzie When Michael Brown was shot by a police of...   [ continue reading...]



DHS Agrees with EFF: Senate's CISA "Cybersecurity" Bill Will Damage Privacy

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the lead agency tasked with protecting civilian government computer systems, agrees that the Senate's Cybersecurity I...   [ continue reading...]



Wassenaar’s web: a threat to technology transfer

The recent moves by the U.S. to absorb the Wassenaar rules could complicate bilateral discussions on cybersecurity   [ continue reading...]



USA’s Mr. Robot Is the Anti-Capitalist TV Show We’ve Been Waiting For

The USA Network is not exactly synonymous with prestige drama. This is a channel currently airing the third season of Graceland, a show about undercover FBI, IC...   [ continue reading...]



Black Lives Matter Organizers Labeled as "Threat Actors" by Cybersecurity Firm

The cover of a report by a cybersecurity firm that identified Black Lives Matter organizers as "threat actors." ZeroFox Documents from a "crisis management"...   [ continue reading...]



A Surveillance Bill in Cybersecurity Clothing

Almost every day, Americans learn about how some major institution has been hacked. The privacy of millions has been compromised. Now the Senate is poised to co...   [ continue reading...]



Four Ways the GOP Wants to Attack Planned Parenthood

We are on week three of what has been hinted at being a 12 week long media blitz attacking Planned Parenthood, and GOP politicians have been responding beautifu...   [ continue reading...]



What’s inside the Justice Department’s secret cybersecurity memo?

National Journal reports: Sen. Ron Wyden has many problems with the cybersecurity bill that the Senate may take up before the August recess. But he can only tal...   [ continue reading...]



UK High Court Rules Surveillance Law Unconstitutional in Groundbreaking Case

Controversial surveillance legislation hustled through parliament last summer has been ruled unlawful by the UK High Court, which argued that the vague terms an...   [ continue reading...]



China's "Great Firewall" Just Got Taller

China has been eager to claim its "internet sovereignty" since the eighteenth party congress, with internet control naturally topping the central leadershi...   [ continue reading...]



EFF to Commerce Department: We Must Revise Overbroad Export Control Proposal

EFF has long advocated for greater vigilance over the potential sale of specially-developed surveillance tools to oppressive regimes that use technology to comm...   [ continue reading...]



Despite repeated alarms on hacking, U.S government computer systems remain vulnerable

The New York Times reports: In the month since a devastating computer systems breach at the Office of Personnel Management, digital Swat teams have been racing...   [ continue reading...]



We Told You So: OPM Data Breach Reveals Not Only Lame Security But Weak Legal Protections—And It’s Time To Revisit Both

Over 21 million Americans have just had a taste of the federal government's weak computer security.  The recent U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) data...   [ continue reading...]



Kenya to Require Public Wi-Fi Users to Register With Phone Number

“Kenya to require users of public Wi-Fi to register with government,” reads a July 1 Ars Technica headline. At first glance, the east African country’s pr...   [ continue reading...]



China's 'great firewall' just got taller

The recently released draft of the new ‘cyber security law’ formalises already existing censorship practices and gives greater authority to the Cyberspace A...   [ continue reading...]



Why Surveillance Won't Prevent Cyber Attacks

Sipa via AP Images President Barack Obama delivers remarks at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) in Arlington, Vir...   [ continue reading...]

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