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Biden bans all US investments in Huawei in response to China threat
The Biden administration has issued a new executive order that bans all US investments in 59 defense and tech firms in China.
US spy chief will soon confirm if UFO sightings are an actual threat
The United States Director of National Intelligence is required to turn in a paper to Congress on unidentified flying objects.
President Trump is 'terminating relationship' with WHO over China
Trump says the US government is 'terminating our relationship' with World Health Organization.
US gov classifying all coronavirus deaths as COVID-19 deaths
White House coronavirus task force response coordinator: feds classifying ALL deaths of patients with coronavirus as COVID-19 deaths.
US officials using mobile ad location data to track COVID-19 spread
Location data for up to 500 American cities is there, CDC scraping mobile ad location data for COVID-19 spread.
US gov: 'potential risks' with Broadcom's Qualcomm deal
Broadcom's acquisition of Qualcomm is a 'national security risk' says US government.
US government requests for user data from Google reaches a new high
Google received an all-time high of US government requests for user data in the second half of 2015.
FBI orders Apple to build iPhone backdoor, Cook explains why it won't
Apple pens open letter to customers regarding encryption, explains why it opposes government order so aggressively.
US Government department still hasn't notified all of its hack victims
The US Government's Office of Personnel Management was hacked and is unable to inform all victims involved.
More Ashley Madison information revealed and its doubled the amount
A second Ashley Madison information dump is here - it's 20GB and contains a lot of business emails from the CEO.
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 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.
Obama administration could 'respond' to North Korea hacking Sony
The Obama administration is considering a 'proportional response' to the hacks against Sony from North Korea.
Germany considers using typewriters to stop the US from spying on them
German politicians consider using typewriters to type up confidential documents to stop the NSA from spying.
Scientific study concludes: US is an oligarchy, not a democracy
The United States is not a democracy, but an oligarchy - according to a new study.
US Government orders 80,000 smartphones from BlackBerry
The US Government single-handedly makes BlackBerry relevant again by ordering 80,000 handsets.
US government busted pirating military software, pays $50m settlement
US government gets busted pirating Apptricity's military software, hands over $50 million to settle the dispute.
Dropbox asks for permission to publish gov surveillance requests
Dropbox seeks permission from US government to publish details on surveillance requests in a move to be more transparent.
Edward Snowden has covered himself well, has encrypted copies of NSA documents that would be sent to people if something were to happen to him
Edward Snowden has encrypted NSA documents with people, if something happens to him they'll be unveiled.
A petition demanding the US government to pardon Edward Snowden passes 100,000 signatures, forces the White House to respond
The White House is forced to respond to petition to pardon Edward Snowden.
South Florida man facing bank robbery charges wants NSA phone records to defend himself
NSA phone records demanded by accused bank robber, would be used in his defense.
NSA whistleblower isn't scared, doesn't like the surveillance state the US has built
NSA whistleblowser Edward Snowden is the most wanted man in the world right now.
US citizens' phone calls, and all electronic data is captured and recorded by the FBI, accessible by the government
Former FBI agent claims all electronic data and voice calls are recorded and accessible to the US government.
Anonymous hacks government site, threatens 'warhead' leaks
Anonymous hacks US government site in response to Aaron Swartz's death, threatens 'warhead' leaks un.
Kim Dotcom wants to encrypt half of the Internet, would like to keep it away from government surveillance
Kim Dotcom wants to hide away half of the Internet under encryption.
US debt visualized in $100 bills - amazing, but scary
The US debt is huge, we know that, but what would it look like visualized with $100 bills?
Publishers agree to $69 million settlement over eBook price fixing allegations
Three publishers settle with the US government over price fixing allegations to the tune of $69m.
Kim Dotcom's US extradition halted, US now has to produce all evidence to the court
The extradition of Kim Dotcom has been halted, with US authorities now having to provide all evidenc.
Kim Dotcom offers to voluntarily travel to the U.S., if his assets get unfrozen
MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom offers to travel to the U.S. voluntarily, if his assets are unfrozen.
Iran is the target of the U.S. and Israel-made Flame virus, according to sources
Flame, a virus like Stuxnet, targetting Iranian oil refineries, made by the U.S. and Israel.
WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange will run for the Australian Senate
Julian Assange has announced he's running for a seat in the Australian Senate.
WikiLeaks to set sail, wants to move servers offshore to fall under maritime law
WikiLeaks wants to get their servers onto open waters, plans to put them on a boat to fall under mar.
WikiLeaks is on the verge of shutting down
WikiLeaks is a sinking ship, is leaking and could be shut down very soon.