- Published on Saturday, 15 June 2013 19:43
- Written by By Carrie Johnson -NPR
NPR has learned that the Obama administration, under pressure to lift a cloak of secrecy, is considering whether to declassify a court order that gives the National Security Agency the power to gather phone call record information on millions of Americans.
- Published on Monday, 10 June 2013 04:16
- Written by Prensa Latina
Guatemala, Jun 10 (Prensa Latina) The withdrawal announced by the Bolivarian Alliance for the Peoples of Our America (ALBA) from the Inter-American Defense Board (IADB) highlighted the differences in the 43rd General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) held in Guatemala.
- Published on Thursday, 06 June 2013 15:41
- Written by By DAVID POGUE – New York Times
“If you want to avoid having your identity stolen, use long passwords that contain digits, punctuation and no recognizable words. Make up a different password for every Web site. And change all of your passwords every 30 days.”
- Published on Saturday, 08 June 2013 11:21
- Written by ABC News
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. – President Obama Friday night sought to make a clear distinction between his administration’s domestic surveillance and cyber espionage, after the first in a series of meetings with Chinese President Xi Jinping where cybersecurity topped the agenda.
- Published on Thursday, 06 June 2013 14:52
- Written by By CHARLIE SAVAGE and EDWARD WYATT- New York Times
WASHINGTON — The Obama administration is secretly carrying out a domestic surveillance program under which it is collecting business communications records involving Americans under a hotly debated section of the Patriot Act, according to a highly classified court order disclosed on Wednesday night.
- Published on Saturday, 08 June 2013 11:03
- Written by Prensa Latina
Washington, Jun 8 (Prensa Latina) Both Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, and Google co-founder Larry Page, denied that their companies allow the U.S. government to carrying out spying activities through their Internet servers, revealed the media today.
- Published on Sunday, 19 May 2013 10:39
- Written by by Mark Dewey
A new rifle goes on sale on Wednesday, and it's not like any other. It uses lasers and computers to make shooters very accurate. A startup gun company in Texas developed the rifle, which is so effective that some in the shooting community say it should not be sold to the public.
- Published on Saturday, 08 June 2013 04:52
- Written by Trinidad Guardian
In today’s technology-driven world, a reputation can be destroyed in one mouse-click by an anonymous e-mail, blog post or an ill-timed Tweet. The good news, though is, when people are threatened, insulted or humiliated on the Internet and decide to take legal action, it is often possible to follow a specific set of steps to trace the source of an online attack on one’s reputation.
- Published on Tuesday, 26 March 2013 05:00
- Written by AP
SEOUL—Investigators have yet to pinpoint the culprit behind a synchronised cyberattack in South Korea last week. But in Seoul, the focus is fixed on North Korea, which South Korean security experts say has been training a team of computer-savvy “cyber warriors” as cyberspace becomes a fertile battleground in the nations’ rivalry.
- Published on Friday, 07 June 2013 06:00
- Written by by NPR
For six years, the National Security Agency has been able to pluck data — including e-mails, videos, pictures, and connection logs — from the main servers of Microsoft, Google, Apple, and other leading U.S. tech companies, according to reports by and News of the alleged data-mining that allows the U.S. agency to closely track web users' activity comes a day after revelations that the of millions of Americans.