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posted by Daniel Solove According to the Wall St. Journal , “more than 25,000 adults in the U.S. are victims of GPS stalking annually, including by cellphone.”
<img class="alignright" src="http://www.wired.com/images_blogs/threatlevel/2010/06/Brad-Manning-in-uniform.jpg" alt="" width="240" height="373" /> An Army intelligence analyst who is charged with leaking classified documents to the secret-spilling site WikiLeaks also allegedly sent classified documents to the hacker who turned him in to the feds, according to a friend and associate of the hacker who helped connect him with federal agents. Note: Adrian Lamo has now denied this.
Gepubliceerd: Maandag 2 augustus 2010 Auteur: Chris Broesder Bij wellicht de meest omstreden demonstratie op hackersconferentie Defcon is getoond hoe mobiele telefoons zijn af te luisteren met eenvoudige middelen.
Among other things in the Homeland Security appropriations bill President Obama signed into law yesterday is a provision that authorizes the Defense Department to continue to conceal photos of the torture and abuse of detainees by U.S. forces. The American Civil Liberties Union had specifically sought those photos, and sued to get them, among other documents relating to detainee abuse, in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. The exemption signed, however, is much broader than simply the photos sought in the lawsuit.
The U.S. armed services are issuing internal messages to all personnel barring them from visiting the WikiLeaks website, which recently posted 77,000 classified diplomatic and military messages on the long war in Afghanistan . Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman confirmed Thursday for The Washington Times that all four services “have put out such messages” after The Times had obtained copies of Navy and Marine Corps messages banning troops from accessing WikiLeaks.
AMSTERDAM - Bij het testen van de bodyscanner blijkt TNO ook een variant met opslag te hebben onderzocht. Foto: ANP
Gepubliceerd: Woensdag 28 juli 2010 Auteur: Robert McMillan
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WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) today said the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) court challenge to the regulation restricting their ability to contest the Obama Administration’s authorization of a ‘Kill or Capture’ policy against Anwar Al-Awlaki should be rejected.
One by one, soldiers just arriving in Baghdad were taken into a room and questioned by their commanding officers. "All questions led up to the big question," explains former Army Spc.
On New Year’s Eve in 2005, a small group of CIA officials had their evening plans cut short by an urgent message from the White House. President Bush’s advisers had learned that James Risen, a reporter at the New York Times , was about to blow the lid on the CIA’s five-year-long plan to derail Iran’s nuclear-weapons program. Risen had devoted a chapter in his new book, State of War , to a covert operation called Merlin, which involved a high-stakes gamble to feed the Iranians blueprints for a nuclear-triggering device. The blueprints contained a hidden flaw, and the CIA bet that Iranian engineers would waste years trying to build the component to no avail.
In navolging van Saoedi-Arabië en de Arabische Emiraten ligt RIM nu ook in de clinch met Indonesië en Libanon.
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The rumors are true: Saudi Arabia has become the second country inside of a week to block access to Research in Motion's BlackBerry devices on grounds of national security.