His Tweet of the Hack of the Year:
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by Michael Mimoso
December 18, 2014 , 12:23 pm
More than 12 million devices running an embedded webserver called RomPager are vulnerable to a simple attack that could give a hacker man-in-the-middle position on traffic going to and from home routers from just about every leading manufacturer.
‘Outing’ of conservative anti-gay politicians in Washington DC has claimed an interesting array of colorful victims including anti- Republican politician Steve Wiles of North Carolina who turned out to be a former drag-queen, with photographic evidence thereof, and other politicians ‘outed ‘ through more intrusive and violent ways including photographs of men in compromising attire and positions and others caught on tape. 247 more words
By Nick Barrickman
18 December 2014
In a blow to the Fourth Amendment’s protection against unreasonable searches and seizures, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday that evidence obtained by police under a false reading of the law is never the less admisable in court on the grounds that the officer made a “reasonable mistake.” 436 more words
David Cameron finds it easy to climb onto the barricades of free speech in this Telegraph report this afternoon:
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David Cameron has appeared to criticised Sony Pictures for pulling a controversial film about the assassination of North Korea’s leader after cyberhackers threatened reprcussions if the movie was released.