Congratulations to the brave Guardian as well as the Washington Post for winning the Pulitzer Prize for reporting the NSA revelations provided to them by Edward Snowden, who should also win some … Continue reading Guardian and Washington Post win Pulitzer on NSA Reporting
With the recent Heartblead Bug affecting up to 75% of all websites, and the fact that the NSA may have known about this bug for 2 years, exposing the rest of us … Continue reading How to NSA-Proof your Apple iCloud account.
The journalists, one American (Greenwald) and one British (Poitras) are risking their freedom entering the United States on Friday to accept the George Polk Award in Journalism. Greenwald reported the Snowden leaks, … Continue reading Journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras to risk entering the US Friday
We are finding more and more that it’s in the comments sections of websites where you find the gems of wisdom, not the actual articles. Reddit is a perfect example of this, … Continue reading Why Privacy is important to society as a whole.
Democracy Now just interviewed the Former U.S. Ambassador to the Soviet Union and int his interview he makes a very valid point that the United States needs to stop with the threats … Continue reading Former US Ambassador to Russia: Ukraine situation result of US and EU aggression towards Russia
At the official opening of the Greek “Presidency” of the EU (a purely symbolic title bestowed upon every EU country for 6 months) the Greek Minister of Culture, Mr. Panos Panagiotopoulos, started … Continue reading Greek Minister of Culture admits purpose of EU is to become competitive with China’s low wages
Good argument by Anonymous, if governments resort to hacking, and denial of service attacks, then those acts cannot be classified as “terrorist acts”, thank you very much. Continue reading Anonymous responds to GCHQ’s war against them