"GOVERNMENT" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 58 items for the tag: GOVERNMENT
The phishing scam that cost Puerto Rico's government over $2.6 million
The Puerto Rico government was just scammed more than $2.6 million dollars through an email.
Uber still under fire as Governments refuse legalization
Uber tells us to accept the app or be left behind as another Australian state confirms its ban.
Australian Government uses Facebook to track $2m AU of welfare fraud
Australian Government catches $3.7m AU of Welfare fraud through eBay and Facebook.
Study: 4 out of 10 government employees ignore rules, put data at risk
Many US government employees don't abide by mobile rules, putting data at risk.
Sao Paulo locals likely to cheat claims Ashley Madison account graphic
Sao Paulo ranked as top city for cheaters with New York coming in second due to Ashley Madison data hack.
Government investigating how staff emails were added to Ashley Madison
Use your Government email to sign up to an affairs website, you're gonna have a bad time - Queensland IT investigating how its workers ended up on the list.
Australian Government emails surface from Ashley Madison hack
Ashley Madison hack reveals that over 700 Australian Government employee's have used their work email address to sign up.
Poll: 53% of Americans want to see Edward Snowden prosecuted
What do you think about Edward Snowden?
Edward Snowden wants to see firms fight against encryption demands
Snowden speaks out regarding encryption.
Ninefold Launches "Developer Tier" Servers f rom $7 to Encourage More Startups To Get Ideas to Market
Aussie cloud service gets the tick to serve its government
Aussie cloud services company gets the tick to service its government - Is this good or bad? You decide.
US looking to re-establish technological edge, focus on cybersecurity
The US government wants to ensure the country's technological edge over political rivals is maintained, with increased focus on cybersecurity.
The government has control of your naughty selfies, Snowden says
Edward Snowden relates surveillance to the masses - the government has your naughty naked selfies.
NSA finding it harder to recruit specialists following Snowden leaks
A booming economy in Silicon Valley and the post-Snowden era is making it more difficult for the NSA to successfully recruit tech-skilled workers.
Chinese government relying more on home grown hardware, technology
Chinese government reducing reliance on foreign-made technology and hardware.
A former CIA big wig joins the Oracle board of directors
Leon Panetta has worn many hats in Government and the CIA - Oracle has just added him to their board of directors.
North Korea lashes out against United States following new sanctions
The North Korean government not surprisingly isn't happy that the United States has issued new sanctions, in retaliation for SPE hack.
FBI on the hunt for qualified cyber special agent candidates
The FBI wants to expand its cyber investigation capabilities and seeks qualified candidates to become cyber special agents.
Australian Tax Office lists Bitcoin as liable for GST
Governments are creeping closer to acceping Bitcoin, what's the next step?
Vodafone admits it accidentally sent too much information to police
In addition to a record number of government requests for information, it appears Vodafone accidentally provided even more information.
Amnesty anti-spyware app informs users if government is snooping
Amnesty International releases Detekt, a new free, open source anti-surveillance tool that allows users know if they are being targeted by government spies.
US setting aside some nuclear weapons to combat asteroids
The U.S. military plans to keep some nuclear weapons available in case an asteroid poses a significant threat to the Earth.
Edward Snowden says the NSA targeted journalists after 9/11
NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden says the NSA were keeping tabs on journalists after 9/11.
SimCity debacle forces possible government intervention through petition
SimCity issues continue to grow, rapidly, as a petition is now in place against DRM.
Iceland government thinking about banning online porn
Icelandic government thinking about Internet filters, one of which would block online porn.
Australian government going after Apple & Microsoft over the "Australia Tax" that forces up pricing down under
The Australian government is about to take a bite out of Apple and Microsoft over the so-called "Aus.
Taking a look at MEGA (beta) - cloud storage, done safely?
We take a look at Kim Dotcom's MEGA - from the ashes of Megaupload, we have a new cloud storage player in town.
White House being petitioned to keep cellphone unlocking legal
White House being petitioned to make cellphone unlocking permanently legal.
US politician proposes tax on violent video games, would help 'prevent mass shootings'
US politician proposes a sales tax on violent video games that would help 'prevent mass shootings'
Kaspersky uncovers five-year cyber espionage network, makes the Flame malware look like a wimp
A five-year espionage campaign dubbed 'Red October' has been found by Kaspersky.
NHTSA wants black boxes in all new cars beginning in 2014
NHTSA wants black boxes in all vehicles starting in 2014, reportedly to make vehicles safer.
Congress doesn't want the UN to meddle with the internet, passes resolution unanimously
Congress passes resolution for US government to oppose any UN control of the Internet.
US Navy under attack! Navy sees 110,000 cyber attacks every hour
Navy sees nearly 1 billion cyber attacks every year, roughly 30 per second.
Google Play updated to allow private apps within the Play Store
Google Play's new 'Private Channel' will allow internal apps for your business.
WikiLeaks unveils TrapWire, a very scary surveillance system, gets taken down by DDoS attack, coincidence?
WikiLeaks unveil TrapWire, a privately-owned surveillance technology, gets taken by DDoS attack.
Micro drones in the future could be scarily small
The future of spying to get small, very small... drones to get down to the size of a mosquito or sma.
Google sees 'alarming' level of government censorship
Google sees an "alarming" level of government censorship in past six months.
RunCore launches InVincible SSD that self-destructs on command
RunCore releases an SSD with a built-in self-destruct feature that physically destroys the NAND.
Australian Government looks into the ridiculous "Australia Tax", the cost of tech and games
'Australia Tax' is being looked into by the Australian Government.
CISPA passes the House of Representatives with a 248 to 168 vote
CISPA passes the House of Representatives with a vote of 248 to 168.
US Government objects to Megaupload hiring top law firm
US Government objects to Megaupload's choice of legal team.
Kim Dotcom has said that the US Military had 15,634 Megaupload accounts
U.S. Military held a bunch of premium Megaupload accounts.
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange will run for the Australian Senate
Julian Assange has announced he's running for a seat in the Australian Senate.
The US has filed paperwork to extradite Kim Dotcom from New Zealand
The US wants to extradite Mega Upload founder Kim Dotcom.
R18+ is currently being discussed by Australian parliament
Australian parliament discussing R18+ gaming, we could see R18+ passed soon.
End of the Internet or the beginning of a new-style Internet?
What is going on with MegaUpload? Why have they been targeted? Did the FBI have government-issued spyware on their systems?
SOPA has been stalled, Johnny Drama yells "Victory!"
SOPA stalled due to lack of 'consensus'
SOPA update: Google, Amazon, Facebook and Twitter consider "nuclear option" to protest SOPA
Google, Facebook, Amazon and Twitter could pull their websites down in protest of SOPA.
Android device gets Pentagon approval, Department of Defense will rock an Android phone
The Pentagon approves an Android device for Department of Defense networks, minus Market access.