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Business Martti Malmi, Easy Wallet Fraud, SC5.io, SEC issues warnings

  SEC: Bitcoin Believers Are Ripe for Scammers The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission issued an official alert to investors on Wednesday about the risks of Bitcoin or other virtual-currency related investments. One of the…

Business 9-11 The Impossible Case of Flight 77

Business Microsoft, Google sue US for right to reveal nature of surveillance requests

Microsoft and Google announced Friday they are going forward with a lawsuit against the US government for the right to reveal more information about official requests for customer data by American intelligence. The companies originally…

Business Facebook to pay out $20 million in privacy compensation

Facebook will pay out $20 million in compensation to users who had their personal information shared on the website without permission. Each of them will receive a $15 payout. While the total compensation fund is…

Business Assange and Friends talk Bitcoin and Snowden Revelations a Year Before Snowden Leaks

Business Snowden leaks: UK operates secret Middle East web surveillance base

The UK has been working on a secret Middle East web surveillance base which is a part of a $1.5 billion project, a new report suggests. It intercepts and gathers emails, telephone calls, and web…

Business Israel’s booming secretive arms trade

Israel’s secretive arms trade is booming as never before, according to the latest export figures. But it is also coming under mounting scrutiny as some analysts argue that Israel has grown dependent on exploiting the…

Business America’s Paranoid ‘Stop and Frisk’ on a Global Scale

Here in the United States, federal judge Shira Scheindlin has ruled that New York City’s “stop and frisk” policy is in fact a form of racial profiling that violates basic constitutional rights. According to the…

Business Lessons in Counter Terrorism Through LEEP

In a seemingly ever shrinking world, which is growing more and more connected through the Internet, information sharing has become important to everyone, and to every profession. The law enforcement profession is no exception. As…

Business How We Train Our Cops to Fear Islam

There aren’t nearly enough counterterrorism experts to instruct all of America’s police. So we got these guys instead. n a bright January morning in 2010, at Broward College in Davie, Florida, about sixty police officers…

African-American Homeland Security Made in Israel

If there should happen to be an al-Qaeda attack in Calhoun County Alabama, Sheriff Larry Amerson will presumably know what to do. That is because he and a number of colleagues in law enforcement have…

Business White House ‘extremely disappointed’ with Snowden asylum

The White House is re-evaluating whether US President Barack Obama needs to participate in a summit this autumn summit with Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, after Moscow granted asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden. “We are…

Business Meet the Non-email Encrypted Mail System: The Swiftcoin Telegram

There is anxiety about the National Security Agency PRISM spying; Swiftcoin can help. Learn about this free application that sends anonymous, encrypted mail without actually using email servers at http://vimeo.com/53065824 Swiftcoin Hides Meta Data and…

Business NSA director booed during ‘unpersuasive’ cyber security conference speech

National Security Agency Director Keith Alexander was jeered as he pleaded with professional hackers and cyber-security experts to reconsider the indiscriminate NSA surveillance during a speech at the annual Black Hat conference in Las Vegas,…

Business DARPA Hackers Show How Cars Can Be Remotely Turned into Drone

Hackers Chris Valasek and Charlie Miller have demonstrated from the backseat of a Toyota Prius that all you need is a Macbook and a USB cable in order to hack into a computer-controlled car.  …

Business Police kill 95-year-old man with bean-bag rounds

The Cook County medical examiner’s office said John Warna, a 95-year-old resident of a senior living community in Park Forest, Ill., died of blunt force trauma of the abdomen after police shot him with bean…

Business FBI: $1 Million Reward For Any Information On Cheetahs

The FBI is asking any Americans with information about the eating habits, top speed, fighting abilities, or other general-interest knowledge of cheetahs to contact them immediately in return for a $1 million reward. “Cheetahs seem…

Business Top Ten American Steps Toward a Police State

The police state, a term first coined in the mid-19th century in German (Polizeistaat), is characterized by a standing political police, by intense domestic surveillance and by restrictions on the movements of citizens. Police states…

Business GCHQ intercepted foreign politicians’ communications at G20 summits

Exclusive: phones were monitored and fake internet cafes set up to gather information from allies in London in 2009. Documents uncovered by the NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden, reveal surveillance of G20 delegates’ emails and BlackBerrys….

Business After Assata Shakur, We Don’t Know What a Terrorist Is Anymore

Terrorism, as defined by the United States Code of Federal Regulations, 28 C.F.R., Section 0.85, is “the unlawful use of force and violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian…

Business Apple Avoided Billions in Taxes, Congressional Panel Says

WASHINGTON— Even as Apple became the nation’s most profitable technology company, it avoided billions in taxes in the United States and around the world through a web of subsidiaries so complex it spanned continents and…

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