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Police are using privacy breaching AI to scan everyone's social media
Police are using an controversial artificial intelligence that could be in breach of everyone's privacy.
DOJ suspends Facebook's plans to implement end-to-end encryption
Facebook was set to roll out their end-to-end encryption plan across all their services, and the DOJ has stopped them in their tracks.
8chan should be back next week, Q should return at the same time
8chan will be back very soon, after Jim Watkins testifies to Congress.
Netgear: 11 routers vulnerable to remote hacking
11 models of Netgear routers are susceptible to remote hacking.
Apple says iOS 8 and up designed to be unhackable by even Apple itself
Apple stands up for right to unbreakable encryption in October court case, says even it can't break into its now current phones.
Ashley Madison hack unearths White House and US Congress staff
US Government White House, Congress staff, law enforcement and more unearthed in Ashley Madison information reveal.
US military, law enforcement developing counter-drone systems
US government, police agencies looking for anti-drone systems.
Former NSA lawyer: Snowden 'really set back' cybersecurity discussion
Former NSA lawyer says Snowden hurt the 'collective discussion' on national cybersecurity.
White House responds to online Edward Snowden pardon petition
No pardon for Snowden, but thanks for the online petition!
US official: Time to battle Islamic State's social media abilities
Time to take the fight to Islamic State's social networking ability?
Senators tear into OPM director for data breach, cybersecurity issues
OPM director hears from angry Senators.
Trying to sort out cybersecurity for US military is very difficult
US military officials trying to figure out how to keep military, government, and critical infrastructure safe.
Foreign breach of US data exposes 4 million employees
The US Office for Personnel Management is hacked and 4 million employees personal information has been stolen.
Patriot Act didn't do very much good in breaking cases, FBI says
Well, the FBI confirmed what many suspected: the Patriot Act didn't actually do very much.
DHS wants to see if wearables help emergency first responders
Homeland Security wants to see if emergency first responders would benefit if equipped with wearables.
DHS recommends users uninstall Superfish adware from Lenovo products
The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is strongly urging users uninstall Superfish adware from their products.
Brute-force attack compromises weak password system at public utility
An unnamed public utility in the US was compromised in a brute-force attack against the simple password system used for security.
Department of Homeland Security struggling to increase cybersecurity
The Department of Homeland Security is desperate to try and hire cybersecurity specialists, in an effort to increase defense from foreign-based attacks.
The US to have one-year trial of scanning social networks for bioterrorism evidence
The US department of Homeland Security to scan social networks for bioterrorism, pandemics and other.