Archive For The “Cyber” Category

Living Under the Radar in a Digital World – Medium

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“Due to my line of work, I take some pretty strong precautions to stay hidden. I’ve talked about this before a bit on Twitter, but I thought it would be useful to share some of my methods to a larger audience, as many at-risk individuals might find the information helpful.”
https://medium.com/@randileeharper/living-under-the-radar-in-a-digital-world-4519a6c5225

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Neural Networks Are Alarmingly Good at Identifying Blurred Faces | Motherboard

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http://motherboard.vice.com/read/neural-networks-are-alarmingly-good-at-identifying-blurred-faces?utm_source=mbfb

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Clueless iPhone 7 owners tricked into DRILLING hole in their phones to ‘get a headphone jack’

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https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1845589/clueless-iphone-7-owners-tricked-into-drilling-hole-in-their-phones-to-get-a-headphone-jack/

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Obama used alias to e-mail Hillary on her private server and lied about it

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http://hotair.com/archives/2016/09/24/obama-used-pseudonym-e-mail-hillary-secret-server/

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FBI reveals Obama used alias in emails with Clinton

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“In an April 5, 2016 interview with the FBI, Abedin was shown an email exchange between Clinton and Obama, but the longtime Clinton aide did not recognize the name of the sender.

“Once informed that the sender’s name is believed to be pseudonym used by the president, Abedin exclaimed: ‘How is this not classified?'”

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/09/hillary-clinton-emails-fbi-228607

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Facebook launches first nationwide voter registration drive

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http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/news/2016/09/23/facebook-launches-first-nationwide-voter-registration-drive/90866726/

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Federal Court: The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer

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https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/06/federal-court-fourth-amendment-does-not-protect-your-home-computer

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‘Edward Snowden did this country a great service. Let him come home’

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Writing in the Guardian, the runner-up in the race to become Democratic presidential candidate argues that Snowden helped to educate the American public about how the NSA violated the constitutional rights of citizens with its mass surveillance program. Sanders argues that there should be some form of resolution that would acknowledge both the “troubling revelations” that he had brought to light and the crime that he committed in doing so, that would “spare him a long prison sentence or permanent exile”. ”
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/sep/14/edward-snowden-pardon-bernie-sanders-daniel-ellsberg

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Unprecedented and Unlawful: The NSA’s “Upstream” Surveillance

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“Although the government frequently contends otherwise, Upstream surveillance is a form of bulk surveillance. To put it plainly, the government is searching the contents of essentially everyone’s communications as they flow through the NSA’s surveillance devices, in order to determine which communications contain the information the NSA seeks. While the government has “targets,” its searches are not limited to those targets’ communications.”

https://www.justsecurity.org/33044/unprecedented-unlawful-nsas-upstream-surveillance/

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The end of stealth? New Chinese radar capable of detecting ‘invisible’ targets 100km away | South China Morning Post

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“In a statement posted on its website on Sunday, CETC said China’s first “single-photon quantum radar system” had “important military application values” because it used entangled photons to identify objects “invisible” to conventional radar systems.”
http://m.scmp.com/news/china/article/2021235/end-stealth-new-chinese-radar-capable-detecting-invisible-targets-100km

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