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Trumpski - A Twitter Thriller Part Two

Trumpski

A Twitter Thriller Part Two

Saturday, day two and I feel like GCHQ. It’s fascinating, this must be a similar way to the way that GCHQ works. 191 more words

News in brief: flying cabs for Dubai; UK hit by cyberattacks; Googlers quit after earning too much money

Your daily round-up of some of the other stories in the news 

Dubai set for flying taxis ‘in July’

Flying cars are all the rage: … 442 more words

Law & Order

Britain launches cyber security centre, but fails to protect citizens from biggest hackers of all

The British Government has launched a new centre for combatting cyber security threats. Its website offers abundant advice, yet it neglects to advise citizens how to protect themselves… 36 more words

No Category

UK: Law Commission proposals to radically increase prison terms for revealing and handling state secrets

“The Official Secrets Act 1989 (…) is reputedly one of the most draconian secrecy laws in the world. It seems to me to have been very effective at dissuading and preventing the 99.9% of British citizens who have signed to it from making unauthorised disclosures.

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Edward Snowden

UPDATE: THE RECENT GUNSHOT AND OTHER THREATS

VIGOROUS OFFICIAL RESPONSE TO THREAT AGAINST THE QUEEN

Sunday 21 September 2008 14:35

• English countryside, 21st September 2008:

As reported here on Thursday 18th September, the Editor received a voicemail at 1:40pm UK time on that date, consisting of a recording of three gunshots. 524 more words

Christopher Story

Cyber Attacks Have Now Become a Political Weapon

By Jean Perier | New Eastern Outlook | 07.02.2017

The scope of various cyber operations carried out by different state players has recently become the cause of increasing tension amid international relations.

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United States

News in brief: Fancy Bear 'attacked TV network'; Lavabit comes back to life; museum does geek history

Your daily round-up of some of the other security stories in the news

Fancy Bear behind attack on TV network

Fancy Bear, the Russian hacking group allegedly behind the attacks on the US Democratic National Convention, infiltrated the systems of a UK television network, according to SecureWorks, the cybersecurity researchers. 420 more words

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