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August 8, 2013

If Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has his way, everything President Obama has signed into law would be repealed, and he is considering a bill to do just that, The Hill reported Wednesday.

"King put forward this suggestion to an Iowa audience on Tuesday, when he also reiterated his threat to sue the Obama administration for its June decision not to deport younger illegal immigrants," Pete Kasperowicz wrote. He also told a group of about 60 people in Humboldt County that he intends to sue the administration over an executive order stopping the deportation of certain illegal immigrants. ''I am bringing him to court and we're going to defend the Constitution of the United States and the separation of powers,'' he said.

by Kevin Poulsen

August 8, 2013

A nearly 10-year-old pro-privacy Texas email service long used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden abruptly shut down today, alluding in a statement to a secret U.S. court battle that it's been fighting for six weeks, and has so far lost.

"I have been forced to make a difficult decision: to become complicit in crimes against the American people or walk away from nearly ten years of hard work by shutting down Lavabit," wrote owner Ladar Levison. "After significant soul searching, I have decided to suspend operations." Lavabit came to attention last month when NSA leaker Edward Snowden used an email account with the firm to invite local human rights workers and lawyers to a press conference in the Moscow airport where he was then confined. PGP records suggest that Snowden has favored the service since January 2010 - well before he became the most important whistleblower in a generation.

by Vinny Lariza

August 8, 2013

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by Michael Lotfi

August 7, 2013

According to, last week Google implemented a new update to its Chrome browser. The update has a new feature called WebRTC (real time communication).

This new standardized feature allows for websites and applications to use your system's camera and microphone. If you think your privacy is safe with Google- think again. According to Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., who is co-chairman of the Congressional Privacy Caucus, "The new Google privacy policy is: You have no privacy." Combine this with Google recently handing over more than 11,000 individuals' personal information to the government, and you can probably see how this new standard feature could become a go to tool for those seeking to see and hear you without you knowing.

by Anthony Gucciardi

August 7, 2013

The media is now admitting that the US military and intelligence agencies are indeed running massive propaganda campaigns that cover a vast array of online networks.

How many times now has such 'conspiracy nonsense' now been reported years later by the mega media as undeniable fact? In the case of the US intelligence propaganda machine that even the New York Times has covered in an article entitled 'The Real War on Reality', we are seeing just that. The New York Times report goes on to detail information uncovered from hacked data regarding the military operation to stage 'grassroots' responses and organizations in order to deceive via psyop. Professor of philosophy Peter Ludlow writes for the Times: "The hack also revealed evidence that Team Themis was developing a "persona management" system - a program, developed at the specific request of the United States Air Force, that allowed one user to control multiple online identities ("sock puppets") for commenting in social media spaces, thus giving the appearance of grass roots support. The contract was eventually awarded to another private intelligence firm."

by Ericka Chickowski

August 7, 2013

Cyber criminals often go after your enterprise data by preying on your end users. Here are ten of the most current exploits to watch for

With so much of today's business conducted via the Web -- on so many types of devices -- cybercriminals smell blood in the water. Employees share more information than ever and connect to more outside networks than ever, making them subject to the threats posed by opportunistic attackers. Every day, criminals devise new malware and social engineering attacks that target what has become an organization's weakest link: end users and their Web-connected devices. Here are the most common attack methods and social engineering techniques, and ideas on how to stop these attacks before they infect end user devices and work their way into your corporate data.

August 6, 2013

A massive computer outage at Sabre airline reservation system overnight was blamed for worldwide flight delays.

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by Natasha Lennard

August 6, 2013

Michael Hayden equates potential angry reactions to Snowden indictments to al-Qaida operations

The cyberscare, like the redscare or the greenscare of the '90's, is already under way. We've seen it take root with the fierce federal persecution of Aaron Swartz, the hefty charges and prison sentence facing LulzSec hacktivist Jeremy Hammond and the three-year jail sentence handed down to Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer for pointing out and sharing a vulnerability in AT&T's user information network. On Tuesday, former NSA chief Michael Hayden put it into words. Hayden warned that hackers, cyberactivists and transparency groups who might act in support of NSA leaker Edward Snowden could target the U.S. government - equating such groups and individuals to al-Qaida terrorists. Using trite and old-fashioned descriptions of anarchists and hackers as dangerous loners, Hayden said during a Washington speech Tuesday...

by Noah Rothman

August 6, 2013

On Tuesday, Fox News Channel host Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on Fox & Friends as a guest host where he savaged President Barack Obama's administration for leaking details of the nature of the Al Qaeda threat to American embassies, including the phones of top terror leaders that U.S. intelligence services were monitoring. He said that these details were leaked to the press to prove spying initiatives, like the National Security Agency's communications monitoring programs, are effective. After detailing the nature of the current threat to American assets abroad, Steve Doocy attacked the government for releasing those specific details to the press.

by Sharon Begley

August 6, 2013

The federal government is months behind in testing data security for the main pillar of Obamacare: allowing Americans to buy health insurance on state exchanges due to open by October 1

The missed deadlines have pushed the government's decision on whether information technology security is up to snuff to exactly one day before that crucial date, the Department of Health and Human Services' inspector general said in a report. As a result, experts say, the exchanges might open with security flaws or, possibly but less likely, be delayed. "They've removed their margin for error," said Deven McGraw, director of the health privacy project at the non-profit Center for Democracy & Technology. "There is huge pressure to get (the exchanges) up and running on time, but if there is a security incident they are done. It would be a complete disaster from a PR viewpoint."


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