Topic: Cybersecurity

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Cheap Tricks: The Low Cost of Internet Harassment

by Julia Angwin It was 10 a.m. on a hot, humid Tuesday in August when I decided I could finally...   [ continue reading...]



Surge of Women Run for Office in First Major Races Since Trump's Win

A 10-year record of female candidates in New Jersey, Virginia races could signal shift for 2018 politics. The most women candidates in at least a decade...   [ continue reading...]



Digital sovereignty à la russe

Russia’s digital security doctrine is isolationist and authoritarian. It not only trumps the ​​d...   [ continue reading...]



The Voter Fraud Commission Wants Your Data—But Experts Say They Can’t Keep It Safe

Newly revealed records show sloppy practices that could put millions of people’s information at risk. The voter-fraud-checking program championed by...   [ continue reading...]



Info Wars: Inside the Left’s Online Efforts to Out White Supremacists

by Decca Muldowney “Fallon” is not her real name. It’s a pseudonym she’...   [ continue reading...]



Why you should know about Germany's new surveillance law

The controversial law allows government authorities to install a malware, the so-called &lsquo...   [ continue reading...]



How can you show that the Snowden disclosures are everybody's business?

What's to become of the Snowden files? Are these documents to be re-appropriated into the system they sought to ex...   [ continue reading...]



On Election Security, Feds Flounder While States Make Strides

Anthony Behar/Sipa via AP Images A man walks past voting booths as New Yorkers cast ballots at Newton High School in Queens, New York d...   [ continue reading...]



An Over-The-Top Approach to Internet Regulation in Developing Countries

Increased smartphone usage and availability of wireless broadband has propelled the use of Internet based platforms and services that often compete with similar...   [ continue reading...]



The Voter Fraud Commission Wants Your Data — But Experts Say They Can’t Keep It Safe

by Jessica Huseman and Derek Willis The voter-fraud-checking program championed by the head of...   [ continue reading...]



How Silicon Valley’s Dirty Tricks Helped Stall Broadband Privacy in California

Across the country, state lawmakers are fighting to restore the Internet privacy rights of their constituents that Congress and the President misguidedly repeal...   [ continue reading...]



China: Voice Biometric Collection Threatens Privacy

Expand A man talks on the phone in Beijing, China, March 2, 2017....   [ continue reading...]



Twitter deleted data potentially crucial to Russia probes

Politico reports: Twitter has deleted tweets and other user data of potentially irreplaceable value to investigators probing Russia’s suspected manipulati...   [ continue reading...]



How the CIA Staged Sham Academic Conferences to Thwart Iran’s Nuclear Program

by Daniel Golden The CIA agent tapped softly on the hotel room door. After the keynote speeches...   [ continue reading...]



Trump Still Hasn’t Gotten Around to Appointing Someone to Protect Our Elections From Cyberattacks

On January 6, after intelligence agencies briefed Donald Trump on cyberattacks against the United States during the election, he pledged to &ldqu...   [ continue reading...]



Russian intelligence would have seen Paul Manafort as the perfect mark

Steven L. Hall writes: For 30 years, my job as a CIA officer was to try to figure out how Russian operatives were trying to attack the United States. I oversaw...   [ continue reading...]



The 25 Best TV Shows This Decade

From "American Crime Story" to "Game of Thrones," boob tubers have never had it better. It's said we live in the era of peak TV — a golden age of go...   [ continue reading...]



After Irma, Can Private Utilities Be Trusted to Rebuild?

In the coming days, millions of Floridians will return home to rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Also now tasked with rebuilding are Florida’s m...   [ continue reading...]



California Legislature Sells Out Our Data to ISPs

In the dead of night, the California Legislature shelved legislation that would have protected every Internet user in the state from having their data collected...   [ continue reading...]



The Equifax Hacking Scandal Is a Reminder That Credit-Reporting Agencies Are Not Our Friends

Last week, Equifax—one of the country’s three major credit-reporting agencies alongside Experian and Transunion—revealed that its security app...   [ continue reading...]

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