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Plongée dans la "pieuvre" de la cybersurveillance de la NSA

Plongée dans la "pieuvre" de la cybersurveillance de la NSA

NSA späht Kanzlerin-Handy aus: Deutsche Politiker fordern Konsequenzen Hamburg/Berlin - Ausgespäht, belauscht, und das offenbar seit Jahren: Deutsche Politiker fordern nun ernsthafte Konsequenzen aus der NSA-Spähaffäre. Die CSU plädiert für einen Stopp der Verhandlungen mit den USA über das geplante transatlantische Freihandelsabkommen. "Wir sollten die Verhandlungen für ein Freihandelsabkommen mit den USA auf Eis legen, bis die Vorwürfe gegen die NSA geklärt sind", sagte die bayerische Wirtschaftsministerin Ilse Aigner (CSU) dem SPIEGEL. Ähnlich hatte sich bereits am vergangenen Donnerstag SPD-Chef Sigmar Gabriel geäußert. Hintergrund sind massive Vorwürfe gegen US-Geheimdienste, die derzeit das deutsch-amerikanische Verhältnis belasten: So späht die NSA offenbar bereits seit mehr als zehn Jahren das Handy von Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel aus. Mehrheit der Deutschen befürworten scharfe Reaktion Merkel hatte Obama am vergangenen Mittwoch per Telefon mit den Vorwürfen konfrontiert. Der CSU-Politiker verlangte eine lückenlose Aufklärung zu allen Vorwürfen.

Comment gérer vos applications iPhone / iPad dans iTunes L’achat d’applications pour iPhone / iPod et iPad fait que tout naturellement on se sent attaché à celles-ci. Après avoir dépensé de l’argent, passé du temps à les télécharger, avoir vu certaines applications dégager sans prévenir d’AppStore, il n’est pas étonnant à hésiter de supprimer des applications à partir d’iTunes. Du coup, très vite, cette masse d’applications, réclame plus de temps lors des mises à jour et occupe de plus en plus de place sur votre disque dur : cela n’est pas toujours très utile. Quelles sont vos craintes ? Voici un guide rapide étape par étape pour vous expliquer ou sont stockées vos applications, comment vous pouvez les supprimer et surtout comment vous pouvez les récupérer en cas de besoin. Localisez vos applications iPhone / iPod / iPad Sur le Mac, vos applications iPhone sont stockés dans votre dossier iTunes qui est dans Musique du dossier Documents. Chacun de ces .ipa est facilement identifiable par le nom qu’il porte (nous y reviendrons plus tard).

New Utah NSA center requires 1.7M gallons of water daily to operate More secrets, more water? The NSA data center in Bluffdale could require as many as 1.7 million gallons of water per day to operate and keep computers cool. Initial reported estimates suggested the center would use 1,200 gallons per minute, but more recent estimates suggest the usage could be closer to half that amount. "Our planning is anywhere from 1,000 acre-feet per year to 2,000 acre-feet per year, and that represents - if it was 1,000 acre-feet per year, that would be about 1 percent of our total demand," said Jordan Valley River Conservancy District assistant general manager and chief engineer Alan Packard. Packard said that amount of water - while large - could be easily accommodated and was on par with industrial operations such as soft drink bottling plants. "At build-out, it will be several years before the data center uses that amount of water, so we have the opportunity to prepare for that through both conservation and developing new supplies," Packard said.

Logométrie Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Histoire de la méthode[modifier | modifier le code] Définition[modifier | modifier le code] Pour Francine Mazière dans son Que sais-je ? sur l'analyse du discours, la logométrie est avant tout un « retour » assisté par ordinateur vers les unités du discours afin de consolider l'interprétation[1]. « Ensemble de traitements documentaires et statistiques du texte et des discours qui ne s'interdit rien pour tout s'autoriser ; qui dépasse le traitement des formes graphiques sans les exclure ou les oublier ; qui analyse les lemmes ou les structures grammaticales sans délaisser le texte natif auquel on est toujours renvoyé. Périmètre et soutien institutionnel[modifier | modifier le code] La logométrie se distingue de l'autre côté de la linguistique textuelle ou l'analyse du discours traditionnelles par sa méthodologie informatisée et l'usage des statistiques. Principes et valeurs[modifier | modifier le code] Logiciels[modifier | modifier le code]

NSA-Affäre: Jimmy Carter kritisiert USA Der ehemalige US-Präsident Jimmy Carter hat im Nachgang des NSA-Spähskandals das amerikanische politische System heftig kritisiert. "Amerika hat derzeit keine funktionierende Demokratie", sagte Carter am Dienstag bei einer Veranstaltung der "Atlantik-Brücke" in Atlanta. Bereits zuvor hatte sich der Demokrat sehr kritisch über die Praktiken der US-Geheimdienste geäußert. Carter hat wiederholt gewarnt, dass die Vereinigten Staaten durch zu starke Beschränkung von Bürgerrechten ihre moralische Autorität einbüßten. Carter war der 39. In Atlanta äußerte er sich außerdem insgesamt pessimistisch über die globale Lage. Als Lichtblick nannte Carter hingegen den Siegeszug moderner Technologie, die etwa in den Ländern des Arabischen Frühlings für demokratische Fortschritte gesorgt hätten. Lesen Sie hier die Chronologie der NSA-Affäre Verschlüsseln Sie Ihre E-Mails? Fünf Argumente gegen die Verharmloser in der NSA-Affäre Deutsche Geheimdienste außer Kontrolle News verfolgen alles aus der Rubrik Politik

NSA, Crypto AG, and the Iraq-Iran Conflict | The Diary of my Insomnia One of the dirty little secrets of the 1980s is that the U.S. regularly provided Iraq’s Saddam Hussein with top-secret communication intercepts by the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Consider the evidence. When in 1991 the government of Kuwait paid the public relations firm of Hill & Knowlton ten million dollars to drum up American war fever against the evil dictator Hussein, it brought about the end of a long legacy of cooperation between the U.S. and Iraq. What is remarkable about this staged turn of events is that, until then, Hussein had operated largely with U.S. approval. Hussein’s artful slaughter of Iranians was aided by good military intelligence. First, U.S. Next, this leak was compounded by the U.S. demonstration that it was also reading secret Iranian communications. What these two countries had in common was they had both purchased cryptographic communication equipment from the Swiss firm Crypto AG. So it would seem. Representatives from NSA visited Crypto AG often.

Johann Valentin Andreae Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Johann Valentin Andreae Johann Valentin Andreae, ou Johannes Valentinus Andreae, ou Johannes Valentinus Andreä (1586-1654) est un théologien allemand, auteur du livre Chymische Hochzeit Christiani Rosenkreutz anno 1459 (Les Noces Chymiques de Christian Rosenkreutz) paru en 1616 à Strasbourg. Avec la Fama Fraternitatis et la Confessio Fraternitatis, ce livre compte parmi les trois qui ont fait connaître l'existence de la fraternité des Rose-Croix au public. Éléments biographiques[modifier | modifier le code] Andrea étudia au séminaire de Tubingen. C'était également un cavalier accompli. Bibliographie[modifier | modifier le code] Œuvres[modifier | modifier le code] Gesammelte Schriften, Stuttgart, 1995 sq., 20 vol. L'œuvre majeure qui lui est attribuée s'intitule : Les Noces Chymiques de Christian Rosenkreutz en l'an 1459 (vers 1603-1605, 1ère éd. 1616), trad. Il a écrit d'autres œuvres comme : Études sur J. Références[modifier | modifier le code]

The NSA's metastasised intelligence-industrial complex is ripe for abuse | Valerie Plame Wilson and Joe Wilson Let's be absolutely clear about the news that the NSA collects massive amounts of information on US citizens – from emails, to telephone calls, to videos, under the Prism program and other Fisa court orders: this story has nothing to do with Edward Snowden. As interesting as his flight to Hong Kong might be, the pole-dancing girlfriend, and interviews from undisclosed locations, his fate is just a sideshow to the essential issues of national security versus constitutional guarantees of privacy, which his disclosures have surfaced in sharp relief. Snowden will be hunted relentlessly and, when finally found, with glee, brought back to the US in handcuffs and severely punished. Prism and other NSA data-mining programs might indeed be very effective in hunting and capturing actual terrorists, but we don't have enough information as a society to make that decision. We are now dealing with a vast intelligence-industrial complex that is largely unaccountable to its citizens.

NSA surveillance challenged in court as criticism grows over US data program | World news Link to video: NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: 'I don't want to live in a society that does these sort of things' The first constitutional challenge to the widespread surveillance of US citizens disclosed by the whistleblower Edward Snowden was laid down on Tuesday, as international pressure on the Obama administration over the scale of the dragnet intensified. In a lawsuit filed in New York, the American Civil Liberties Union accused the US government of a process that was "akin to snatching every American's address book". On Capitol Hill, a group of US senators introduced a bill aimed at forcing the US federal government to disclose the opinions of a secretive surveillance court that determines the scope of the eavesdropping on Americans' phone records and internet communications. As the fallout from the revelations by Edward Snowden continued, the defense secretary, Chuck Hagel, said he ordered a wide-ranging review of the Defense Department's reliance on private contractors.

Europe warns US: you must respect the privacy of our citizens | World news European Union officials have demanded "swift and concrete answers" to their requests for assurances from the US that its mass data surveillance programmes do not breach the fundamental privacy rights of European citizens. The European commission's vice-president, Viviane Reding, has sent a letter with seven detailed questions to the US attorney general, Eric Holder Jr, demanding explanations about Prism and other American data snooping programmes. Reding warns him that "given the gravity of the situation and the serious concerns expressed in public opinion on this side of the Atlantic" she expects detailed answers before they meet at an EU-US justice ministers' meeting in Dublin on Friday. In the letter, released to the Guardian, Reding details her serious concerns that the Americans are "accessing and processing, on a large scale, the data of EU citizens using major US online service providers". Reding laid out the seven questions she said needed to be answered:

Edward Snowden: former CIA man behind the NSA intelligence leak | World news The individual responsible for one of the most significant leaks in US political history is Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defence contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Snowden has been working at the National Security Agency for the last four years as an employee of various outside contractors, including Booz Allen and Dell. The Guardian, after several days of interviews, is revealing his identity at his request. From the moment he decided to disclose numerous top-secret documents to the public, he was determined not to opt for the protection of anonymity. Snowden will go down in history as one of America's most consequential whistleblowers, alongside Daniel Ellsberg and Bradley Manning. Despite his determination to be publicly unveiled, he repeatedly insisted that he wants to avoid the media spotlight. Despite these fears, he remained hopeful his outing will not divert attention from the substance of his disclosures.

New NSA Whistleblowers Say NSA Spied on US Service Members and Aid Workers This has been a bad week for President Bush's warrantless wiretapping program. First, a government study reported that data-mining is actually a hindrance in the fight against terrorism. And now, two new whistleblowers have come forward with firsthand accounts of how innocent Americans' communications have been swept up in the NSA's dragnet. According to ABC News and a new book by James Bamford, David Murfee Faulk and Adrienne Kinne witnessed and participated in the interception of hundreds of personal, intimate calls from American service members and aid workers. Faulk, a linguist working as an "intercept operator" at the NSA complex in Fort Gordon, Georgia, says that NSA employees often shared personal communications from Americans living oversees just for the fun of it: "Hey, check this out," Faulk says he would be told, "there's good phone sex or there's some pillow talk, pull up this call, it's really funny, go check it out.

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