Topic: NSA

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Congress’ Imperfect Start to Addressing Vulnerabilities

With the global and debilitating WannaCry ransomware attack dominating the news in recent weeks, it’s increasingly necessary to have a serious policy deba...   [ continue reading...]

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5 of the Most Dangerous and Ridiculous Conspiracy Theories Spread by Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity is now losing advertisers due to the blunder. But it's been years in the making. Much to Sean Hannity's dismay, Fox News issued a long-awa...   [ continue reading...]

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Wikimedia Scores 'Important Victory' in Fight Against NSA Surveillance

Nadia Prupis, staff writerA federal appeals court on Tuesday reversed a previous decision by a lower court that dismissed a challenge to the National Security A...   [ continue reading...]

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Wikimedia Scores ‘Important Victory’ in Fight Against NSA Surveillance

By Nadia Prupis / Common Dreams On Tuesday, a federal appeals court found that Wikimedia had standing to argue that the NSA was violating its First and Fourth A...   [ continue reading...]

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Top Intel Official Won't Deny Reports That Trump Pressured Him to Push Back on FBI Investigation

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats on Tuesday refused to tell Senators whether President Donald Trump had asked him to push back against against the F...   [ continue reading...]

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Tricky Dick and the Donald

AP Photo/Charles Tasnadi, File President Nixon tells a White House news conference that he will not allow his legal counsel, John Dean to testify on...   [ continue reading...]

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Wikimedia's Constitutional Challenges of NSA Upstream Surveillance Moves Forward

A court ruling today allowing Wikimedia’s claims challenging the constitutionality of NSA’s Upstream surveillance to go forward is good news. It sh...   [ continue reading...]

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Is Donald Trump's Casino Empire Linked to Money Laundering?

Past financial crimes, rather than collusion, may be the president’s biggest problem right now. So Donald Trump screwed the pooch again. This time...   [ continue reading...]

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Judge Orders Government to Provide Evidence About Internet Surveillance

We're finally going to get some honesty on how the NSA spies on innocent Americans' communications. A federal judge late last week in Jewel v. NSA, EFF&rsq...   [ continue reading...]

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WannaCry: How Did the US’s Non-Proliferation Failure Become a “Global” Cyber Security Threat?

Though the devastating ransomware attack was a failure on the NSA's part, current UN cyber norms are far too weak to hold any international actor – let al...   [ continue reading...]

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Comey sacking furthers Trumps authoritarian perspective

US President Donald Trump and former FBI director James Comey at the White House in better times.Barry SheppardSan FranciscoFriday, May 19, 2017US President Don...   [ continue reading...]

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As Impeachment Talk Grows, Have Trump's Former Top Aides Already Cut Deals With Federal Prosecutors?

"A lot of stuff could have already happened." Are President Trump’s former top campaign aides already cooperating with federal investigators looking...   [ continue reading...]

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Any Half-Decent Hacker Could Break Into Mar-a-Lago

by Jeff Larson, ProPublica, Surya Mattu, Gizmodo, and Julia Angwin, ProPublica, This story was co-published with Gizmodo. Two...   [ continue reading...]

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Former NSA Director: Malware Attack ‘Poses a Very Serious Threat to the Future of the Agency’

  A West Point cadet participates in an exercise defending a computer network against a cyberattack. (West Point / CC 2.0) Last week, at least 74 co...   [ continue reading...]

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Headlines for May 15, 2017

Computer Hack Using Stolen NSA Cyberweapon Wreaks Havoc in 150 Countries, James Clapper: Trump Represents Assault on U.S. Institutions, Trump Threatens to End D...   [ continue reading...]

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The debate the media won't have: government snooping made NHS hacking easier

Even Microsoft now admits that government snooping has made it much easier for hackers NHS work...   [ continue reading...]

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Why the Patching Problem Makes us WannaCry

Over the weekend a cyber attack known as "WannaCry" infected hundreds of computers all over the world with ransomware (malware which encrypts your data until yo...   [ continue reading...]

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How NSA secrets helped cybercriminals mount a worldwide attack

The Washington Post reports: Computers around the world are suffering an attack from malicious software. The compromised computers have been hit by “ranso...   [ continue reading...]

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NSA Tools, Built Despite Warnings, Used in Global Cyber Attack

Nadia Prupis, staff writerApparent National Security Agency (NSA) malware has been used in a global cyber-attack, including on British hospitals, in what whistl...   [ continue reading...]

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Hackers breach computers in 12 countries using stolen NSA tools

Extensive cyberattacks hit computer networks across Eurasia Friday, forcing hospitals to evacuate and relocate emergency patients.Patrick Ward, 47, a sales dire...   [ continue reading...]

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