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The Dark Arts: Anonymity

Love him or hate him, Edward Snowden knew a thing or two about anonymity. In June of 2013, he blew the whistle on the NSA’s out-of-control programs that can target virtually anyone plugged into the digital age. 871 more words

Hackaday Columns

US Law Change Allows Police to Search PCs of VPN, Tor & Malware-Infected Users

US intelligence agencies try once again to make Big Brother a reality with another privacy-intrusive law.

The US Supreme Court has given the thumbs up to an amendment from the advisory committee on criminal rules for the Judicial Conference of the United States, which contains updates to criminal procedures that allow law enforcement to go after Tor and VPN users. 432 more words

Cyber Security

Newsweek - Supreme Court Allows FBI to Hack Any Computer Anywhere With a Warrant

By Seung Lee On 5/1/16 at 10:02 AM

Thanks to a Supreme Court decision on Thursday, law enforcement agencies including the FBI may end up with broad powers to hack any computer, regardless of its physical location—but the expansion of power hinges upon congressional approval.

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Technology

The Why and How of Securing Your VPN

A VPN lets you use the Internet with freedom. It allows you to circumvent censorship, helps you access content online, and can even increase your Internet browsing speeds if Internet service providers (ISP) cap bandwidth. 1,557 more words

Dancer's Lament by Ian C. Esslemont - Review + Giveaway

Published: May 31, 2016 (US)

Publisher: Tor Books

Genre: Fantasy

Pages: 416 (Hardcover)

My Rating: 5.0/5.0

Synopsis:

For ages warfare has crippled the continent as minor city states, baronies, and principalities fought in an endless round of hostilities. 956 more words

Books

Tor - Days Gone


Taken from the album ‘Blue Book’ by Tor (released 3 June on Loci Records)

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