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U.S. Companies Hosting ISIS Websites and Forums*

U.S. Companies Hosting ISIS Websites and Forums*

By Shane Dixon Kavanaugh and Liran Tzach

(Photos: Dreamstime, Photo Illustration: Robert A. Di Ieso/Vocativ)

Several online networks affiliated with ISIS and other extremist organizations are peddling execution videos and luring would-be jihadists with a little help from businesses based in the United States. 712 more words

Humanities

Life in the Cyberlane

Oh how things have changed.

Around 600 BC, Athenian statesman and law maker, Solon, was credited with the introduction into Greek law of wills. Prior to this, no man in Greece was allowed to make a will; all his assets at death belonged to his family. 833 more words

Digital Assets

600 Million Samsung Phones Exposed to Control by Hackers*

600 Million Samsung Phones Exposed to Control by Hackers*

A software vulnerability on hundreds of millions of Samsung Galaxy phones allows hackers—civilian or government—to “ 484 more words

Society

U.S. Cyber-attack on Iran Foiled*

U.S. Cyber-attack on Iran Foiled*

Iran has foiled a hacking attack on its Ministry of Petroleum, which originated from the US, head of the Iranian Cyber Police has said. 362 more words

Society

NSA Phone Surveillance Program Takes a Set-back Courtesy of the Senate*

NSA Phone Surveillance Program Takes a Set-back Courtesy of the Senate*

By Lauren C. Williams

After a post-midnight vote Saturday, the U.S. Senate took no action… 530 more words

Humanities

Cyber-world and the Privacy

If we want to talk about our privacy on the web, we need to decide what do we mean by the privacy, For some people, privacy is something, which secure you from being exposed to the audience. 290 more words

Cyberworld