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●  August 5, 2015: Automakers trying to prevent hackers from commandeering cars.
●  August 4, 2015: FBI looking into the security of Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail setup.
●  July 31, 2015: Hillary helps a bank—and then it funnels millions to the Clintons.

●  July 28, 2015: GOP congressmen to Obama: Remove IRS head Koskinen or we will impeach him.
●  July 23, 2015: Criminal inquiry is sought in Clinton email account.
●  July 23, 2015: Watchdog: IRS at risk for unfairly auditing political groups.
●  July 22, 2015: Judicial Watch: New documents show IRS used donor lists to target audits.
●  July 22, 2015: Security experts demonstrate ability to remotely crash a Jeep Cherokee.

●  July 22, 2015: An 18-year-old mounted a gun to a drone and fired shots in the middle of the woods.
●  July 19, 2015: Why appeasing governments over encryption will never work.
●  July 17, 2015: United Airlines awards millions of points as bug bounty.
●  July 07, 2015: Security experts warn against encryption 'backdoors.'
●  July 03, 2015: Saudi Arabia steps up funding for Canadian Islamic schools – leaked docs.
●  June 24, 2015: Watchdog reveals evidence was destroyed during probe of IRS targeting.
●  June 19, 2015: WikiLeaks publishes more than 60,000 leaked diplomatic cables from Saudi Arabia.
●  June 16, 2015: Consumer groups back out of Federal talks on face recognition.
●  June 09, 2015: USA Freedom Act should make you shake your head.
●  June 08, 2015: Why the latest Patriot Act reform won’t be enough to rein in the NSA.
●  June 02, 2015: The Patriot Act is changing. Here's what that means for your privacy.
●  June 02, 2015: FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft over US cities (Update).
●  May 21, 2015: FBI admits no major cases cracked with Patriot Act snooping powers.
●  May 19, 2015: Tech firms, activists press US on encryption.
●  May 07, 2015: NSA's phone spying program ruled illegal by appeals court.
●  May 04, 2015: Justice Department to review use of stingrays, other surveillance equipment.
●  April 15, 2015: US sounds alarm on hacking of passenger jets, air traffic control.
●  May 25, 2015: Logjam isn't the only reason your computer might be more vulnerable to Internet threats.
●  May 22, 2015: Iris scanners can now identify us from 40 feet away.
●  April 15, 2015: Engineering team invents a camera that powers itself.
●  March 27, 2015: Hillary Clinton wiped her server clean.
●  March 24, 2015: Former QVC host Lisa Robertson opens up about handling multiple stalkers.
●  March 12, 2015: "We have proof:" Wikipedia co-founder says NSA targeted organization.
●  February 17, 2015: Russian researchers expose breakthrough in U.S. spying program.
●  February 07, 2015: CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou released to house arrest.
●  January 21, 2015: U.S. tries to convict Jeffrey Sterling for retroactively classified documents about rotary phones.
●  December 30, 2014: Private firm gives FBI alternate theory on Sony hack: It wasn't North Korea.
●  December 06, 2014: The IRS scandal is not going away.
●  April 30, 2014: Donald Sterling’s words were vulgar, but private.
●  April 30, 2014:
What happened to Sterling was morally wrong.
●  April 29, 2014:
White House e-mail reinforces Benghazi talking points.
●  April 29, 2014:
California criminal law and the Donald Sterling audio recordings.
●  April 29, 2014:
Fox News sends reporter to ask NBA if punishing racists is a "slippery slope."
●  April 29, 2014:
What Sterling said was very wrong, no question. But there is a question as to whether it was wrong to record it.
●  April 29, 2014:
Clippers owner Don Sterling admits his voice is on recording.
●  April 28, 2014: Critical zero-day endangers all versions of Internet Explorer.
●  April 25, 2014: LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling victim of illegal recording?
●  April 24, 2014:
IRS scandal: Will we ever know?
●  April 24, 2014:
An eavesdropping lamp that livetweets private conversations.
●  April 24, 2014:
Former NSA deputy director: Snowden leaks caused "significant disservice" to the Internet.
●  April 24, 2014:
The Nevada ranch rebellion takes a racist turn.
●  April 23, 2014:
Rick Perry: "It's a promise" Texas will stand against BLM.
●  April 22, 2014:
Texas Republicans warn BLM eyeing land grab along Texas-Oklahoma border.
●  April 22, 2014:
Nevada rancher and former Shoshone chief's range war with BLM predates Bundy standoff.
●  April 21, 2014:
Environmentalists pushed Bundy ranch standoff over endangered tortoises.
●  April 21, 2014: Cattle shot, buried on Bundy ranch.
●  April 21, 2014:
Activists want net neutrality, NSA spying debated at Internet governance conference.
●  April 21, 2014:
Information on Norton products and the Heartbleed vulnerability.
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Is your favorite site suffering from Heartbleed?
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Heartbleed bug: What you need to know and security tip.
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The Heartbleed bug.
●  April 18, 2014:
Transcendence; it is coming sooner than you think!
●  April 18, 2014:
Edward Snowden defends decision to question Vladimir Putin on surveillance.
●  April 18, 2014:
Computer users circumvent password security with workarounds, according to study.
●  April 17, 2014:
Sen. Reid calls supporters of Nevada rancher Bundy "domestic terrorists."
●  April 17, 2014:
Americans think drones are creepier than Google Glass.
●  April 16, 2014:
Nevada Cattlemen’s Association gives statement on rancher Bundy.
●  April 15, 2014:
Everything you need to know about the long fight between Cliven Bundy and the federal government.
●  April 15, 2014:
"
Heartbleed" hacking spree: Canadian tax agency says hundreds of IDs stolen.
●  April 14, 2014: Phone-hacking trial: Andy Coulson says affair was wrong.
●  April 14, 2014:
Cardiff City make official complaint over Crystal Palace spy scandal.
●  April 13, 2014:
Safety concerns led to Nevada cow release, federal land managers say.
●  April 11, 2014:
Drone training flights proposed for Hawaii site.
●  April 11, 2014:
We need a national change your passwords day.
●  April 10, 2014:
Senate committee takes up power grid security.
●  April 10, 2014:
The Heartbleed-vulnerable passwords you need to change right now.
●  April 07, 2014:
Issa report: IRS applied "systematic scrutiny" only to conservative groups.
●  April 07, 2014:
Phone hacking trial: Rebekah Brooks' "daft" hubby drank a pint of Fairy liquid.
●  April 06, 2014:
Military drone crashes near Pennsylvania elementary school.
●  April 04, 2014:
Unbreakable security codes inspired by nature.
●  April 02, 2014:
Phone-hacking defendant: I was hiding porn from police.
●  April 02, 2014:
Mystery drone crashed on South Korean island belongs to North Korea.
●  April 01, 2014:
Confirmed: NSA conducts warrantless searches on Americans.
●  April 01, 2014:
American spy's release in play for Mideast peace.
●  March 29, 2014:
Encryption companies rise as anxiety over data mounts.
●  March 28, 2014:
US "restrained" in cyber operations - Pentagon chief.
●  March 27, 2014:
Nine Air Force commanders fired from jobs over nuclear missile test cheating.
●  March 27, 2014: Darrell Issa hearing reveals IRS targeted groups prefer to be political.
●  March 27, 2014:
Turkey moves to block YouTube but attempt fails.
●  March 26, 2014:
Issa threatens IRS chief with contempt over Lerner emails.
●  March 26, 2014:
Murdoch promotion proves blood is thicker than scandal.
●  March 26, 2014:
MIT Project takes steps to PRISM-proof the Internet.
●  March 23, 2014:
Give me back my online privacy.
●  March 21, 2014:
Turkey blocks Twitter days before vote as PM fights scandal.
●  March 21, 2014:
Congress raises pressure on CIA in torture dispute.
●  March 21, 2014:
Google enhances encryption technology for email
●  March 20, 2014:
Report: California is top cybercrime target in US.
●  March 20, 2014:
WPA2 wireless security cracked.
●  March 20, 2014:
NSA Deputy Director: Always room to discuss amnesty for Snowden.
●  March 20, 2014:
State Supreme Court strikes down eavesdropping law.
●  March 20, 2014:
Andy Coulson 'knew about project' to hack phones.
●  March 18, 2014:
NSA surveillance program reaches ‘into the past’ to retrieve, replay phone calls.
●  March 16, 2014: Ukraine war already in full swing in cyberspace.
●  March 15, 2014:
Officers' body cameras raise privacy concerns.
●  March 14, 2014:
Target says it ignored early signs of data breach.
●  March 14, 2014:
All major browsers fall during second day of Pwn2Own hacking contest.
●  March 14, 2014:
Quantum physics secures new cryptography scheme.
●  March 12, 2014:
NSA has 'industrial scale' malware for spying.
●  March 12, 2014:
Critical crypto flaw in Facebook’s WhatsApp for Android exposes chats.
●  March 13, 2014:
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg calls Obama to protest NSA spy programs.
●  March 13, 2014:
NSA decides it wants to hold metadata indefinitely, asks FISA court to reverse decision telling it to destroy records.
●  March 12, 2014:
France's PM admits to knowledge of Sarkozy eavesdropping.
●  March 11, 2014:
Feinstein claims CIA may have violated law, Constitution in allegedly spying on staffers.
●  March 09, 2014:
Ukraine computers targeted by aggressive 'Snake' virus.
●  March 09, 2014:
Bitcoin exchange MtGox faced 150,000 attacks per second: report.
●  March 09, 2014:
Thefts via public Wi-Fi are grounds for warning.
●  March 08, 2014:
CUPID drone to ‘shock the world’ with 80,000 volt stun gun.
●  March 08, 2014:
Hold the drone: FAA appeals court ruling on commercial use.
●  March 07, 2014:
Upskirt ban in Massachusetts signed into law.
●  March 06, 2014:
Upskirt photos legal in Boston, court rules.
●  March 06, 2014: Cold War telephone eavesdropping continues.
●  March 06, 2014: Survey: IT pros not concerned about NSA spying.
●  March 06, 2014:
How the scandal of Scotland Yard's secret spy unit emerged.
●  March 05, 2014:
Lois Lerner pleads the fifth again, doesn't testify on IRS targeting.
●  March 05, 2014:
Four questions Lois Lerner must answer about IRS scandal.
●  March 05, 2014:
Japan may tax bitcoin deals, stop banks, brokerages from handling.
●  March 04, 2014:
Rebekah Brooks testifies she 'lost it' when husband hid lesbian porn collection from phone hacking investigators.
●  March 04, 2014:
Critical crypto bug leaves Linux, hundreds of apps open to eavesdropping.
●  March 03, 2014:
Do you ever eavesdrop?
●  March 03, 2014: US telecoms push back on proposed NSA plan.
●  March 02, 2014:
Will Lois Lerner testify before the House Oversight Committee?
●  February 27, 2014:
Optic Nerve: millions of Yahoo webcam images intercepted by GCHQ.
●  February 26, 2014:
MasterCard, Syniverse to use geolocation for card security.
●  February 25, 2014:
Scientists demonstrate first contagious airborne WiFi virus.
●  February 25, 2014:
Sprint Corp. sued over nude photo posting.
●  February 25, 2014:
Bromium Labs says it bypassed protections in Microsoft's EMET.
●  February 25, 2014: Rebekah Brooks "unaware of Milly Dowler hacking until nine years later."
●  February 25, 2014:
White House weighs options for revamping NSA surveillance.
●  February 24, 2014: FISA, the NSA, and America's secret court system.
●  February 23, 2014: U.S. eavesdropping on hundreds of key German figures: report.
●  February 21, 2014:
Security firms warn of increase in mobile malware and its increasingly regional nature.
●  February 20, 2014:
FCC looking to insert goverment officers to monitor newsrooms.
●  February 18, 2014:
Poll: Liberals and tea party activists united against NSA.
●  February 17, 2014:
Snowden's leaks about NSA lead to awards for 4 reporters.
●  February 17, 2014:
Quantum communication scheme provides guaranteed security without quantum memories.
●  February 12, 2014:
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul sues President Obama over NSA’s surveillance tactics.
●  February 12, 2014:
Attackers use Network Time Protocol for denial exploit.
●  February 12, 2014:
US launches voluntary cybersecurity plan (Update).
●  February 12, 2014:
Quantum computers could crack existing codes but create others much harder to break.
●  February 11, 2014:
The Internet flexes political muscle with anti-NSA potest.
●  February 11, 2014:
NSA protest stirs up memories of AT&T spying scandal.
●  February 11, 2014:
White House reportedly debating whether to target US citizen with drone attack.
●  February 07, 2014:
Eavesdropping and troublemaking.
●  February 07, 2014:
Merkel blasts US over EU slur.
●  February 07, 2014:
FISA court approves changes to the NSA.
●  February 07, 2014:
NSA siphoning less phone data than thought -- but perhaps not for long.
●  February 07, 2014:
Canada: Public Works posts detailed plans of secret eavesdropping station.
●  February 06, 2014:
Threat to the grid? Details emerge of sniper attack on power station.
●  February 06, 2014:
FSB makes eavesdropping an Olympic event.
●  February 06, 2014:
Swatch chief executive ticked off about NSA spying scandal.
●  February 05, 2014:
The other Sochi threat: Russian spies, mobsters hacking your smartphones.
●  February 05, 2014: Phone-hacking jury sees letter exposing Brooks and Coulson affair.
●  February 05, 2014:
Famed obfuscator proving thus far to be unhackable.
●  February 04, 2014:
Has NSA wiretapping violated attorney-client privilege?
●  February 04, 2014: The FAA shuts down beer-delivery drone.
●  February 03, 2014:
Chris Christie aide resigns after receiving subpoena in Bridgegate scandal.
●  February 03, 2014:
U.S. proceeding with mandatory vehicle to vehicle communication.
●  February 03, 2014:
Divorce lawyer gets 2 years in tax evasion, eavesdropping.
●  January 29, 2014:
Angry Birds come crashing down: Rovio's site hacked after NSA spy scandal revealed it was a 'leaky app' used to gather
    data on users
.
●  January 29, 2014:
German leader: spying on allies harms security (Update).
●  January 29, 2014:
California may outlaw warrantless drone surveillance.
●  January 29, 2014:
Democrat senator calls for high court review of NSA.
●  January 28, 2014:
US border patrol drone crashes off California coast.
●  January 28, 2014:
Spying scandal taints Obama’s rosy SOTU story – and his legacy.
●  January 28, 2014:
U.S. looks to prevent spying on its spies.
●  January 28, 2014:
Angry Birds smartphone app tapped into by spies to snoop on Britons.
●  January 28, 2014:
Eavesdropping agency must be more transparent with Canadians: watchdog.
●  January 27, 2014:
Darrell Issa: James Clapper lied to Congress about NSA and should be fired.
●  January 27, 2014:
Did big Internet companies handicap start-ups in FISA rule changes?
●  January 27, 2014:
NSA surveillance divides the Republican party.
●  January 27, 2014:
Jude Law testifies in U.K. phone-hacking scandal.
●  January 27, 2014:
Apple, Microsoft and Facebook react to removal of PRISM gag order.
●  January 27, 2014:
Report: Spies use smartphone apps to track people.
●  January 23, 2014:
Chuck Hagel orders nuke review amid scandal.
●  January 27, 2014:
Brazil's Snowden petition hits 1 million signatures.
●  January 24, 2014:
Apple CEO Tim Cook on the NSA: Much of what has been said isn't true.
●  January 23, 2014:
Board declares NSA data sweep illegal, says program should be ended.
●  January 23, 2014:
Obama wants to access your webcam without the NSA using Google+ hangouts.
●  January 23, 2014:
Target hack a tipping point in moving away from magnetic stripes.
●  January 23, 2014:
Notorious hacker picked up in Romania.
●  January 22, 2014:
Chrome exploit can secretly listen to oblivious users.
●  January 20, 2014:
2 nabbed at Texas border, suspected in Target data breach.
●  January 19, 2014:
Leahy says Senate will push for NSA legislation, suggests Obama didn't go far enough.
●  January 18, 2014:
Supreme Court will hear case on police search of cell phones.
●  January 18, 2014: Pictured: Russian teen who made software used in Target hack that stole 110 million credit card numbers.
●  January 18, 2014:
Jail sentence in Johnson County eavesdropping.
●  January 17, 2014: U.S.-Germany relations hit new low amid NSA spying scandal, official says.
●  January 17, 2014:
Cyberattack traced to hacked refrigerator, researchers report.
●  January 16, 2014:
Obamacare site still vulnerable to hacking: Experts.
●  January 16, 2014:
Phone-hacking scandal: Charlie Brooks' pornography stash discovered.
●  January 15, 2014:
US judges say FISA court privacy advocate may be counterproductive.
●  January 14, 2014:
NSA devises radio pathway to pry open computers. Related link: Faraday Cages.
●  January 14, 2014: Ultrasound directed to the human brain can boost spatial resolution.
●  January 14, 2014:
Reflections in the eye contain identifiable faces.
●  January 14, 2014:
Quantum physics could make secure, single-use computer memories possible.
●  January 13, 2014:
Rebekah Brooks asked for office to be swept for bugs, phone-hacking trial told.
●  January 13, 2014:
Eavesdropping software products sold in the open air.
●  January 10, 2014:
Target says up to 70 million more customers were hit by December data breach.
●  January 09, 2014:
Stalker-friendly app, NameTag, uses facial recognition to look you up online.
●  January 09, 2014:
Spying on Congress: NSA scandal gets even worse in 2014.
●  January 09, 2014:
NSA says it would welcome public advocate at FISA court.
●  January 08, 2014:
Boycott of RSA Security Conference builds in wake of NSA spy scandal: report.
●  January 06, 2014:
NSA activity flips the security equation.
●  January 06, 2014:
Peter King: Rand Paul creates ‘paranoia’ on NSA.
●  January 05, 2014:
Intelligence chief declassifies FISA court approval for collection of phone data.
●  January 05, 2014:
FISA infringing on Fourth Amendment. See: Bill of Rights.
●  January 05, 2014:
The hidden consequences of Snowden’s NSA revelations.
●  January 04, 2014:
Rand Paul to file class action suit against the NSA.
●  January 03, 2014: Bernie Sanders asks NSA if agency is spying on Congress.
●  January 03, 2014:
Ruling against NSA collection of phone data is appealed.
●  January 03, 2014:
NSA eyes encryption-breaking 'quantum' machine.
●  January 02, 2014:
Facebook faces lawsuit for allegedly scanning private messages.
●  January 02, 2014:
Snapchat hack leaks 4.6m users’ details.
●  January 02, 2014:
14 things we've learned from News Corp.'s phone hacking trial so far.
●  January 01, 2014:
Rights groups demand investigations into cases of eavesdropping.
●  January 01, 2014:
Not socially acceptable: NSA boss video ‘most hated’ on YouTube in 2013?
●  December 31, 2013: In Edison P.D. eavesdropping probe, prosecutor seizes hard drives from police chief, other cops.
●  December 29, 2013:
Report says NSA intercepts computer deliveries (Update).
●  December 27, 2013:
Target: Customers' encrypted PINs were stolen. Hashing.
●  December 26, 2013:
This political cartoon from 20 years ago was disturbingly prescient.
●  December 19, 2013:
Research trio crack RSA encryption keys by listening to computer noise.
●  December 19, 2013:
Target: Hack may have hit 40 million accounts.
●  December 16, 2013:
Judge: NSA domestic phone data-mining unconstitutional.
●  December 16, 2013:
Killer Robots: The 5 craziest robots in Google’s growing android army.
●  December 18, 2013:
Religious groups challenge Cal. transgender law over privacy.
●  December 13, 2013:
By cracking cellphone code, NSA has capacity for decoding private conversations.
●  December 12, 2013:
IRS targeting: Round two.
●  December 12, 2013:
Court date set for man facing revenge porn charges.
●  December 10, 2013:
Colorado town's vote on drone ordinance postponed.
●  December 09, 2013:
FBI webcam spying turned on: no red light required.
●  December 09, 2013:
Tech giants call for controls on gov't snooping (Update 3).
●  December 09, 2013:
Report: NSA spying on virtual worlds, online games (Update).
●  December 06, 2013:
Time warp: Researchers show possibility of cloning quantum information from the past.
●  December 06, 2013:
NSA defends global cellphone tracking as legal (Update).
●  December 06, 2013:
AT&T: We don't have to disclose NSA dealings.
●  December 05, 2013:
Microsoft fights back against NSA snooping.
●  December 05, 2013: NSA reportedly collects 5 billion cell phone location records a day.
●  December 05, 2013:
Americans are hypocrites, use spy scandal to restrict Huawei’s progress in US - Martin Jacques.
●  December 04, 2013:
U.S. secret spaces not secure from eavesdropping, acoustic expert says.
●  December 04, 2013:
East Timor spying scandal: Tony Abbott defends ASIO raids on lawyer Bernard Collaery's offices.
●  December 04, 2013:
Pulses immobilize cars with RF Safe-Stop from e2v.
●  December 03, 2013:
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson: fates of former lovers are diverging in hacking case.
●  December 03, 2013:
Why FISA court judges rule the way they do.
●  December 03, 2013:
3D-printed guns under spotlight in US law renewal. Related link.
●  December 02, 2013:
Amazon.com sees delivery drones as future (Update).
●  December 01, 2013:
FISA court’s overreach.
●  November 30, 2013:
Why the NSA has landed us all in another nice mess.
●  November 30, 2013:
Spy story shows ABC at its left-wing worst.
●  November 28, 2013:
Eavesdropping agency denies breaking law at G20 meeting in 2010.
●  November 27, 2013:
NSA reportedly monitored pornography viewed by suspected Islamists.
●  November 27, 2013:
Johnson County lawyer is found guilty of eavesdropping.
●  November 26, 2013:
Rebekah Brooks unsure Andy Coulson could stay at No 10, hacking trial hears.
●  November 26, 2013:
UN advances digital privacy resolution after reports of US eavesdropping.
●  November 22, 2013:
Web inventor: Surveillance threatens democracy (Update).
●  November 22, 2013:
Design troll for cyber bullying campaign.
●  November 21, 2013:
AV Press: FAA will send in the drones by 2015. Related link.
●  November 21, 2013:
Protecting kids and teens from Internet dangers - Part 2.
●  November 14, 2013:
Seeing a photon without absorbing it.
●  November 14, 2013:
California lawmaker says he was asked to wear wire.
●  November 14, 2013:
Spy scandal weighs on U.S. tech firms in China, Cisco takes hit.
●  November 13, 2013:
Tarrant County group defends health care navigator program.
●  November 13, 2013:
Princess Kate Middleton victim of Rupert Murdoch phone hacking scandal, before royal baby Prince George birth?
●  November 13, 2013:
British spy found padlocked in bag in bathtub died accidentally, police say.
●  November 13, 2013:
Spying scandal alters U.S. ties with allies and raises talk of policy shift.
●  November 13, 2013:
Obamacare website targeted about 16 times by cyber attacks.
●  November 12, 2013:
Thin, active invisibility cloak demonstrated for first time.
●  November 12, 2013:
Obamacare navigators caught red-handed telling applicants to lie on health insurance applications (video).
●  November 11, 2013:
EU, US resume trade talks despite spy scandal.

●  November 04, 2013:
House Intelligence chair: "You can't have your privacy violated if you don't know your privacy is violated."
●  November 04, 2013:
Obamacare privacy breach.
●  November 04, 2013:
Navy secrets bought with prostitutes, bribes.
●  November 03, 2013:
No clemency for Snowden.
●  November 01, 2013:
Israel furious with White House for leak on Syria strike.
●  October 31, 2013:
IRS’ Lois Lerner shared taxpayer information on Conservative groups with FEC, documents reveal.
●  October 31, 2013:
Obama halted NSA spying on IMF and World Bank headquarters.
●  October 29, 2013:
NSA fights back over eavesdropping claims.
●  October 29, 2013:
UK phone hacking scandal: Prosecutors due to open case.
●  October 28, 2013:
House Intelligence panel to weigh changes to FISA.
●  October 28, 2013:
Deutsche Telekom calls for ‘German Internet’ following spy scandals.
●  October 28, 2013:
Keith Carradine settles Anthony Pellicano lawsuit.
●  October 28, 2013:
Spain summons American ambassador on new reports of N.S.A. spying.
●  October 28, 2013:
PRISM: NSA spooks spied on 60 million Spanish phone calls.
●  October 27, 2013:
Obama knew of NSA spying on Merkel and approved it, report says.
●  October 26, 2013:
Anti-NSA rally attracts thousands to march in Washington.
●  October 25, 2013:
Curbs are sought on U.S. spying.
●  October 25, 2013:
NSA website down, spy agency investigating: US official.
●  October 24, 2013:
Germany summons US envoy over alleged NSA spying.
●  October 24, 2013:
FBI stirs up another spy scandal with Russia.
●  October 23, 2013:
Fined drone pilot tests U.S. industry seen reaching $89 billion.
●  October 22, 2013:
Chemical passwords could lead to unbreakable molecular lock.
●  October 21, 2013:
Snowden leaks: France summons US envoy over NSA surveillance claims.
●  October 21, 2013:
Obama calls Hollande as U.S. spy scandal widens to include France.
●  October 19, 2013:
Exclusive: NSA delayed anti-leak software at base where Snowden worked - officials.
●  October 19, 2013:
Spies, eh!
●  October 18, 2013: News Corp bosses tried to curb Wall Street Journal's phone hacking coverage, book claims.
●  October 18, 2013:
UK phone hacking scandal: Journalist charged over theft of lawmaker's phone.
●  October 18, 2013:
Pakistan tells U.N. at least 400 civilians killed by drone strikes.
●  October 16, 2013:
U.S. eavesdropping agency chief, top deputy expected to depart soon.
●  October 13, 2013:
Politicians reject self-regulation by the Press after phone hacking scandal.
●  October 12, 2013: N.S.A. Director firmly defends surveillance effort.
●  October 11, 2013: Skype faces Luxembourg probe over NSA Prism program -- report.
●  October 11, 2013: Lawyers say NSA eavesdropping on U.S. citizen may have led to strike.
●  October 05, 2013: No answers from Reid why private parks ordered closed during shutdown.
●  October 04, 2013:
Freedom Act in House, Senate would amend Patriot Act.
●  October 04, 2013:
Secret NSA documents show campaign against Tor encrypted network.
●  October 04, 2013:
PRISM: Government faces court action in Europe over spy scandal.
●  October 03, 2013:
Rights groups launch privacy lawsuit against UK eavesdropping agency GCHQ.
●  October 03, 2013: Exclusive: Blue-chip hacking scandal - at last, the investigations into those on Soca list begin.
●  October 01, 2013:
The House is divided over almost everything. But FISA Court reform might be able to unite it.
●  September 30, 2013:
NSA stores metadata of millions of web users for up to a year, secret files show.
●  September 30, 2013:
Spy-tool sellers Palantir secure $200 million in funding amid surveillance scandal.
●  September 30, 2013:
Ex Sun reporter to be prosecuted in British phone hacking case.
●  September 26, 2013:
Anti-paparazzi bill backed by Halle Berry now California law.
●  September 22, 2013:
Close ties between White House, NSA spying review.
●  September 21, 2013:
Special prosecutor to look into eavesdropping.
●  September 21, 2013:
Spying scandal sends US influence on Latin America into nosedive.
●  September 20, 2013:
Hacking U.S. secrets, China pushes for drones.
●  September 20, 2013:
US senator concerned about Apple fingerprint tech (Update).
●  September 19, 2013:
Researchers report on hardware Trojans that are undetectable.
●  September 19, 2013:
John Yates, who quit Met over hacking scandal, joins shopping giant Westfield.
●  September 14, 2013:
Texas law gets tough on public, private drone use.
●  September 12, 2013:
Second newspaper group under inquiry in British hacking scandal.
●  September 12, 2013:
In wake of NSA spy scandal, Brazil seeks tighter control over data storage.
●  September 08, 2013:
Report: NSA can access most smartphone data.
●  September 08, 2013:
Being watched makes electricity users consume less.
●  September 02, 2013:
Black budget shows massive bureaucracy, misplaced priorities, expert says.
●  September 02, 2013:
Russia sends spy ship as US prepares for possible Syria strike.
●  September 02, 2013:
The DEA pays AT&T for access to 26 years of phone records.
●  September 02, 2013:
Brazil, Mexico ask U.S. to explain if NSA spied on presidents.
●  September 02, 2013:
Pro-Syrian group hacks U.S. Marines website.
●  August 29, 2013:
Pornhub.com search data shows us just who likes what in each of the 50 states.
●  August 28, 2013:
America's largest rocket launches top-secret spy satellite.
●  August 28, 2013:
Protesters criticize Mike Thompson on government eavesdropping.
●  August 25, 2013:
US spy agency broke encryption on UN communications, report says.
●  August 23, 2013:
Your emails are all scanned—and that's what you agreed to.
●  August 19, 2013:
San Francisco Fire Chief bans helmet cams after airliner crash.
●  August 16, 2013:
Report: NSA violated privacy rules.
●  August 14, 2013:
Jennifer Garner joins Halle Berry in fight for tougher anti-paparazzi laws.
●  August 12, 2013:
After three months, no resolution in IRS scandal.
●  August 10, 2013:
NSA spy scandal sparks hacker rebellion.
●  August 09, 2013:
Fox News Poll: Phony scandals? Not to voters.
●  August 09, 2013:
Apple, Google, AT&T meet secretly with Obama to discuss secret spying.
●  August 08, 2013:
Obama not only lying, but trying to cover up spying scandal.
●  August 07, 2013: Panda cam offers adorable eavesdropping.
●  August 07, 2013: Analysis: What does Putin get from giving temporary asylum to Edward Snowden?
●  August 07, 2013: Judge cuts Bradley Manning's max possible sentence to 90 years.
●  August 06, 2013:
NSA spying scandal could cost U.S. cloud computing firms $35 billion.
●  August 04, 2013:
Hacking scandal ran far deeper than on Fleet Street.
●  August 01, 2013:
NSA chief talks at hackers' conference in Vegas.
●  August 01, 2013:
Spy scandal journalist speaks out.
●  July 31, 2013:
Julian Assange says Bradley Manning verdict is dangerous precedent as whistleblower faces sentencing.
●  July 31, 2013:
Jay Carney confirms which scandals Obama thinks are phony.
●  July 23, 2013:
House to vote on repealing NSA dragnet phone surveillance.
●  July 22, 2013:
FAA to town: Please don’t shoot down drones. Related link.
●  July 21, 2013:
Secret court OKs continued US phone surveillance.
●  July 17, 2013:
Drone hunting in deer trail, Colorado? Town considers bounty for unmanned aerial vehicles.
●  July 15, 2013:
From Russia with love: spies and sex scandals.
●  July 11, 2013:
The $50,000 wiretap and other amazing numbers.
●  July 11, 2013:
US spies not wanted at infamous hacker meet.
●  July 11, 2013:
Russia: Federal Guards to buy typewriters to avoid eavesdropping.
●  July 11, 2013:
Sleepy Luxembourg rocked by spy scandal.
●  July 11, 2013:
Merkel justifies NSA eavesdropping surveillance.
●  July 11, 2013: DARPA's ATLAS robot unveiled (w/ Video). Related.
●  July 10, 2013:
Autonomous X-47B drone successfully lands on Navy aircraft carrier for the first time.
●  July 10, 2013:
UK MPs to grill Rupert Murdoch again on phone-hacking scandal.
●  July 08, 2013:
Montana the first state to pass spy law.
●  July 08, 2013:
IRS slip-up exposes thousands of social security numbers.
●  July 05, 2013:
Scotland Yard seeks Rupert Murdoch secret tape.
●  July 05, 2013:
NSA's reach leads to calls for updated eavesdropping laws.
●  June 30, 2013:
NSA snooping scandal: US spied and conducted cyber-attack against EU.
●  June 28, 2013:
Retired General suspected in leak probe.
●  June 28, 2013:
UK court rejects bid to drop phone hacking charges.
●  June 28, 2013:
Low-power Wi-Fi signal tracks movement—even behind walls.
●  June 26, 2013:
EU demands answers from Britain on spying scandal.
●  June 26, 2013:
Richard Clarke: Hastings accident consistent with a car cyber-attack.
●  June 26, 2013:
Halle Berry: paparazzi terrorize my daughter.
●  June 21, 2013:
Obama meets privacy board on spy programs.
●  June 21, 2013:
Researchers discover way to allow 80 percent of sound to pass through walls.
●  June 21, 2013:
Phishing scams explode worldwide, researchers shows.
●  June 19, 2013:
FBI nails an alleged KKK member for wacky terrorist death-ray plot.
●  June 18, 2013:
US spy chief: Plot against Wall Street foiled.
●  June 16, 2013:
Video: Wikileaks founder admits contact with Snowden.
●  June 15, 2013:
Mitchell Schnurman: Under the cloud of a spy scandal, AT&T and Verizon should speak up.
●  June 15, 2013:
NSA admits to listening to phone calls in U.S. without warrants.
●  June 15, 2013:
Secret to Prism program: Even bigger data seizure.
●  June 15, 2013:
Web giants get broader surveillance revelations.
●  June 13, 2013:
US state home to new mega-warehouse for data.
●  June 12, 2013:
Bradley Manning had email discussions with Wikileaks Founder.
●  June 11, 2013:
Tax tracks: IRS buys spy equipment amid spending scandal.
●  June 09, 2013:
Orwell's fears refracted through the NSA's Prism.
●  June 09, 2013:
Ex-CIA staffer was source of leak on NSA surveillance, Guardian.
●  June 09, 2013:
Boundless Informant: the NSA's secret tool to track global surveillance data.
●  June 09, 2013:
Technology giants struggle to maintain credibility over NSA Prism surveillance.
●  June 09, 2013:
UK says eavesdropping is legal, defends U.S. spy links.
●  June 08, 2013:
GCHQ Prism spying claims "quite a scandal."
●  June 05, 2013:
Temporal cloaking could bring more secure optical communications.
●  June 05, 2013:
British phone hacking scandal: Rebekah Brooks pleads not guilty.
●  June 05, 2013:
NSA collecting Verizon phone records of American customers.
●  June 04, 2013:
Bell Labs researchers build camera with no lens.
●  June 03, 2013:
Drumbeat grows: Should Eric Holder resign?
●  May 28, 2013:
US weapons designs hacked by Chinese, report claims (Update).
●  May 22, 2013:
Obama administration acknowledges drone strikes killed 4 Americans since 2009.
●  May 20, 2013:
James Rosen subpoena doesn't suggest charges against Fox News reporter, DOJ says.
●  May 17, 2013:
US lawmakers raise Google Glass privacy concerns.
●  May 16, 2013:
Graham says IRS targeted his non-profits with audits.
●  May 15, 2013:
Wig-wearing CIA spy in Russia was investigating Boston bombings.
●  May 15, 2013:
Morning Joe’s Mike Barnicle accuses Justice Department of eavesdropping on 100 AP reporters.
●  May 16, 2013:
Lawmakers blast Air Force moves on cancelled Northrop drone.
●  May 14, 2013:
US Navy launches unmanned aircraft from carrier.
●  May 14, 2013:
Bloomberg fixer quit days before spy scandal broke.
●  May 11, 2013:
IRS apologizes for targeting Tea Party: this week in the economy.
●  May 11, 2013:
Global network of hackers steals $45 million from ATMs.
●  May 10, 2013:
Blueprints for 3D handgun take refuge in Pirate Bay (Update).
●  May 09, 2013:
3D printed gun plans pulled after US State Department objects.
●  May 07, 2013:
Pentagon directly accuses China of hacking to steal U.S. defense intelligence.
●  May 07, 2013:
Too many admins spoil your security.
●  May 07, 2013:
Bulgaria’s former PM Borissov questioned in eavesdropping investigation.
●  May 07, 2013:
(LEAD) Top prosecutor vows thorough probe into spy agency scandal.
●  May 06, 2013:
Former FBI agent: All phone calls recorded, no digital communication secure.
●  May 06, 2013:
Files posted online to 'print' working handgun.
●  May 05, 2013:
A radical shift in security needs.
●  May 05, 2013:
The supermodel, the phone-hacking scandal and a life saving transplant.
●  May 03, 2013:
U.K. phone hacking: Rebekah Brooks's former bodyguard charged.
●  May 02, 2013:
UN report wants moratorium on Killer Robots (Update).
●  April 28, 2013:
Bills aim to protect privacy as drone age dawns.
●  April 23, 2013:
AP Twitter hijacking proves need for better authentication, encryption.
●  April 21, 2013:
Silicon Valley companies quietly try to kill Internet privacy bill.
●  April 21, 2013:
Router compromise, rogue remote control? Easy, says ISE.
●  April 20, 2013:
SEOUL:
(Lead) Prosecution set to probe spy agency scandal.
●  April 19, 2013:
Phone hacking: NoW publisher pays damages to Neil Hamilton.
●  April 18, 2013:
Star reporter Brian Stelter got an amazing story by eavesdropping on Matt Lauer and Meredith Vieira at lunch.
●  April 18, 2013:
Muskogee DA cleared in eavesdropping investigation.
●  April 18, 2013:
Eavesdropping on the Bulgarian mind.
●  April 18, 2013:
Rupert Murdoch, News Corp. dodge phone-hacking ruin.
●  April 15, 2013:
Lautenberg urges feds to probe remote hijacking concerns.
●  April 12, 2013:
Federal court blocks prosecution of eavesdropping cases.
●  April 09, 2013:
McConnell campaign on Ashley Judd: Was secret recording legal?
●  April 09, 2013:
Advancing secure communications: A better single-photon emitter for quantum cryptography.
●  April 08, 2013:
Forget your password: The future is 'passthoughts.'
●  April 02, 2013:
How News Corp. stock doubled – despite the phone-hacking scandal.
●  April 02, 2013:
Spy suspect allowed to stay at halfway house.
●  March 29, 2013:
FBI on trial for warrantless Stingray mobile spying.
●  March 29, 2013:
Putin says ‘gave up’ eavesdropping after KGB.
●  March 31, 2013:
Montclair, N.J., home once occupied by Russian spies now an eyesore: 'It's terrible.'
●  March 29, 2013:
Two gentlemen of Bulgaria, a play in one act.
●  March 28, 2013:
South Africa:
Role of judges rejected in ‘eavesdropping’ bill.
●  March 27, 2013:
"They are not representative": Victim of phone hacking scandal hits out at Hacked Off tactics.
●  March 26, 2013:
Predicting repeat offenders with brain scans: You be the judge.
●  March 25, 2013:
Head of UK domestic spy agency to step down.
●  March 25, 2013:
Teens asked to spy on taxi drivers to avoid sex ring scandal.
●  March 25, 2013:
Study shows how easy it is to determine someone's identity with cell phone data.
●  March 24, 2013:
Howell man charged with eavesdropping.
●  March 22, 2013: BlackBerry CEO: Samsung security will never be 'top-notch.'
●  March 20, 2013:
Drones will require new privacy laws, Senate told (Update).
●  March 18, 2013:
Cyprus deposits grab shocks Europe.
●  March 18, 2013:
Hugh Grant: PM is betraying victims of phone hacking.
●  March 18, 2013:
Supergrass identifies 800 potential new victims of phone-hacking.
●  March 17, 2013:
Illinois county to pay ACLU $600K after high court voids eavesdropping law.
●  March 16, 2013:
Diana's boyfriend fears phone was hacked.
●  March 16, 2013:
Judge rules secret FBI letters unconstitutional.
●  March 14, 2013:
5 of Piers Morgan's ex-colleagues at the Mirror have now been arrested in phone hacking scandal.
●  March 14, 2013:
Most PC security problems come from unpatched third-party Windows apps.
●  March 13, 2013:
Cryptographers demonstrate new crack for common Web encryption.
●  March 12, 2013:
Better Business Bureau L.A. chapter changes name after expulsion with names and information
    about client's used from whose database
?
●  March 12, 2013:
New York City "cannibal cop" convicted of plot to kidnap women. "This is a dangerous prosecution
    when we start opening up our minds and prosecuting what's inside our brains and not in the real world
."

●  March 12, 2013:
Mega-hack of celebrities exposes social security numbers, credit reports, and more.
●  March 12, 2013:
Google pays $7M fine to settle Wi-Fi privacy case (Update 2).
●  March 11, 2013:
DNA hack could make medical privacy impossible.
●  March 09, 2013:
Talk on spy scandal at University of Huddersfield.
●  March 09, 2013:
A plague of drones.
●  March 08, 2013:
Former presidential candidate Villar Mir has revealed he ordered ex-club chief Ramon Calderon to
    be followed after losing out to his rival in the 2006 elections
.
●  March 07, 2013:
Why Rand Paul's filibuster matters.
●  March 06, 2013:
A drone flew within 200 feet of a commercial jet.
●  March 07, 2013: Google outlines use of NSL requests by FBI for user identity data.
●  March 06, 2013:
3Qs: The rules of cyber-engagement.
●  March 05, 2013:
Web-connected cars bring privacy concerns.
●  March 05, 2013:
Hawaii Senate passes Steven Tyler Act on privacy.
●  March 01, 2013:
Phone hacking: the other victims.
●  March 01, 2013:
DHS considers eavesdropping tech for spy drones on border.
●  February 27, 2013:
Jon Stewart destroys Obama's former press secretary over drone hypocrisy.
●  February 26, 2013:
Supreme Court shields warrantless eavesdropping law from constitutional challenge.
●  February 26, 2013:
Barcelona spy agency scandal drags in Piqué, Shakira and politicians.
●  February 21, 2013:
Fresh arrests in UK’s News International phone-hacking scandal.
●  February 20, 2013:
China says U.S. hacking accusations lack technical proof.
●  February 20, 2013:
A spy scandal at the World Baseball Classic!
●  February 18, 2013:
Cyberbullying extends to workplace, bedroom.
●  February 17, 2013:
Netanyahu defends Israeli espionage services amid spy scandal.
●  February 16, 2013:
Consumers to companies: Stop eavesdropping on social nets!
●  February 16, 2013:
Wiretapping scandal hits Spain.
●  February 14, 2013:
Frost attack unlocks Android phones' data by chilling their memory in a freezer.
●  February 14, 2013:
Rand Paul: Drone program very scary.
●  February 14, 2013:
Angry outburst at Sept 11 hearing in Guantanamo.
●  February 14, 2013:
Prisoner X spy scandal shines light on Jewish immigrants in Israel.
●  February 13, 2013:
News Corp. phone hacking scandal widens (again).
●  February 11, 2013:
A violent debate: Could guns be made at home by 3-D printers?
●  February 09, 2013:
Naval intelligence is missing the boat.
●  February 08, 2013:
Bush family email hacked: Here's a security refresher.
●  February 08, 2013:
Phone-hacking scandal: Duchess of York settles case.
●  February 07, 2013:
Changes planned for Ohio's eavesdropping laws.
●  February 07, 2013:
Brian Stewart: Was Canada's Delisle spying for the Russian mob?
●  February 05, 2013:
Is CIA listening to talk between lawyers and clients in Guantanamo death-penalty case?
●  February 05, 2013: Leaked DOJ memo justifies drone strikes on US citizens.
●  February 04, 2013:
Sophisticated cyber-attack hits Energy Department, China possible suspect.
●  February 01, 2013:
250,000 Twitter accounts hacked: Don’t panic, here’s what to do.
●  January 31, 2013:
Major security issues with cloud computing being ignored.
●  January 31, 2013:
British detective jailed in phone-hacking scandal.
●  January 31, 2013:
Accused Sept. 11 plotters’ lawyers suspect eavesdropping.
●  January 30, 2013:
Firefox has Click-to-Play cure for plugin plague.
●  January 30, 2013:
Our View: An unbalanced wiretapping act.
●  January 30, 2013:
Researchers find accelerometers may pose security risk for smartphones.
●  January 29, 2013:
Unseen, all-out cyber war on the US has begun.
●  January 26, 2013:
US braces for 'six strikes' online piracy program.
●  January 25, 2013:
Web inventor says governments stifling net freedom (Update).
●  January 24, 2013:
Letter to Skype: Come clean on your eavesdropping capabilities and policies.
●  January 23, 2013:
UN official calls on British government to investigate undercover police scandal.
●  January 23, 2013:
Three charged in New York with spreading computer virus around the world.
●  January 23, 2013:
Calls for Europe-wide press regulation: Phone hacking's latest consequence.
●  January 23, 2013:
Prince Harry criticizes media, makes phone hacking reference.
●  January 23, 2013:
Two questioned over Ikea France spy scandal.
●  January 21, 2013:
In your face: Near-infrared glasses thwart face recognition.
●  January 21, 2013:
ISIS plays key role in efforts to revolutionize military (3D) manufacturing.
●  January 18, 2013: Capitvated by hoax, US learns about catfishing.
●  January 17, 2013:
David Stern says don't eavesdrop.
●  January 17, 2013:
Researchers expose new vulnerabilities in the security of personal genetic information.
●  January 17, 2013:
Oracle releases fix for Java exploit.
●  January 17, 2013:
Phone hacking saga: 3 men cuffed over alleged plod bungs.
●  January 17, 2013:
Commission to investigate eavesdropping.
●  January 16, 2013:
Courtside eavesdropping does not flatter the Knicks.
●  January 16, 2013: FBI to ACLU: Nope, we won't tell you how, when, or why we track you.
●  January 15, 2013:
Cops bust Saakashvili's undercover network.
●  January 13, 2013:
Warning: Java exploit potentially affecting more than 850 million computers.
●  January 11, 2013:
Cisco warns serious VoIP vulnerability enables eavesdropping.
●  January 11, 2013:
Douglas County Sheriff's arrests: Unlawful eavesdropping or surveillance.
●  January 10, 2013:
British detective found guilty in phone-hacking scandal.
●  January 10, 2013:
Scandal-plagued former spy watchdog found ailing in Nassau.
●  January 10, 2013:
Iran blamed for cyber onslaught on US banks.
●  January 09, 2013:
Opinion: Justice fires back – Privacy, the press and guns.
●  January 07, 2013:
Exclusive: U.S. nuclear lab removes Chinese tech over security fears.
●  January 07, 2013:
Are we ready for a world in which everyone spies on everyone else?
●  January 07, 2013:
Trial opens for officer accused of seeking News Corp. bribes.
●  January 07, 2013:
Trial begins for Scotland Yard officer in phone-hacking scandal.
●  January 04, 2013:
Popular office phones vulnerable to eavesdropping hack, researchers say.
●  January 03, 2013:
Experts slam Imperva antivirus study.
●  January 03, 2013:
Five officers in Met's phone-hacking probe face misconduct allegations.
●  January 02, 2013:
Justin Bieber calls paparazzo death tragic, urges action.
●  January 01, 2013:
Anti-virus products are rubbish, says Imperva.
●  December 31, 2012:
CIA sued to release NYPD spying report.
●  December 30, 2012:
The Auditor: Eavesdropping on Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates.
●  December 29, 2012:
Five more years of the same old FISA.
●  December 21, 2012:
Click, print, shoot: Downloadable guns possible.
●  December 21, 2012:
Phone-hacking: Hugh Grant in News of the World settlement.
●  December 20, 2012:
Dothan man faces felony eavesdropping charge.
●  December 20, 2012:
PGP, TrueCrypt-encrypted files cracked.
●  December 20, 2012:
Ubiquitous Belarusians open wallets in politics-rather-than-trade preoccupied Lithuania.
●  December 19, 2012:
A war hero to a U.S. senator.
●  December 16, 2012:
Local port operator accused of eavesdropping.
●  December 14, 2012:
Phone-hacking: 22 victims reach court settlement.
●  December 13, 2012: HP spying scandal ends with a whimper.
●  December 13, 2012:
John McAfee returns to US, admits playing crazy card.
●  December 11, 2012:
They can hear you: US buses fitted with eavesdropping equipment.
●  December 11, 2012:
Ford says software update will fix fire problem. Related link.
●  December 10, 2012:
Engineers make tiny, low-cost, terahertz imager chip.
●  December 10, 2012:
Fix FISA - end warrantless wiretapping.
●  December 10, 2012:
Researchers reveal crippling GPS flaws.
●  December 10, 2012:
Phone hacking exposer Tom Watson's crusade.
●  December 10, 2012:
Royal phone scandal highlights new media risks.
●  December 08, 2012:
British phone hacking scandal’s lessons for Canada.
●  December 07, 2012:
Black boxes in cars raise privacy concerns.
●  December 07, 2012:
Parents want more online protections for children, privacy groups say.
●  December 07, 2012:
Hugh Grant "Aghast" at PM David Cameron's failure to back Leveson Report in phone-hacking scandal.
●  December 07, 2012:
Growth in Internet complicated privacy: Leveson.
●  December 06, 2012:
NZ spy scandal triggers lawsuit, court order to reveal international surveillance.
●  December 06, 2012:
McAfee denied asylum; expected in Belize.
●  December 06, 2012:
Leveson whitewash of Murdoch’s UK media empire.
●  December 05, 2012:
California sheriff vows no spying with use of drone. Related link 1, Link 2, Link 3.
●  December 04, 2012: Blacklisting is the scandal that now demands action.
●  December 04, 2012:
Cameron urges quick creation of press regulator.
●  December 04, 2012:
The Murdochs want the U.S. phone hacking case thrown out on a technicality.
●  December 04, 2012:
McAfee says he's left Belize.
●  December 04, 2012:
Patriot Act can "obtain" data in Europe, researchers say.
●  December 01, 2012:
Bradlee Dean: Gun control dictator style.
●  November 29, 2012:
Email privacy legislation clears Senate committee.
●  November 29, 2012:
U.K. report calls for media regulator in wake of phone-hacking scandal.
●  November 28, 2012:
Dutch to force suspects to show passwords.
●  November 28, 2012:
Milly Dowler: Murdered schoolgirl at heart of hacking scandal.
●  November 28, 2012:
Piers Morgan phone hacking conversation to air in documentary.
●  November 28, 2012: Wikileaks: Manning argues that charges be dropped.
●  November 21, 2012:
Journalists have right to publish leaked emails, High Court judge says.
●  November 20, 2012:
Key figures in phone-hacking scandal to be charged with bribery.
●  November 19, 2012:
Ban 'killer robots,' rights group urges.
●  November 18, 2012:
Poll shows little support for state regulation of the press.
●  November 17, 2012: Do Not Track privacy effort at crossroads.
●  November 17, 2012: McCain calls Canada’s navy spy scandal a sad story.
●  November 16, 2012: Hacking General Petraeus.
●  November 13, 2012:
Antivirus firm founder John McAfee accused of murder, says he’s innocent.
●  November 08, 2012:
Slain Briton at center of Chinese scandal a spy.
●  November 07, 2012:
UK cybercrime victims get response team to call on after attacks.
●  November 02, 2012:
Hugh Grant renews call for end of U.K. press self-regulation.
●  November 02, 2012:
Law limits payout in hacking lawsuit to $600K.
●  October 25, 2012:
James Bond, sorry, Dyson, caught up in spy scandal.
●  October 20, 2012:
Automated meter reading systems make life easy for intruders.
●  October 18, 2012:
USA seeking revenge for failure in ZTE spy scandal.
●  October 17, 2012: How did Obama know Candy Crowley had Rose Garden info?
●  October 17, 2012: Did Obama acquire the questions prior to yesterday's debate?
●  October 17, 2012:
3D printing to transform the economy, UK report claims. Related.
●  October 14, 2012:
Confederate boy spy gets another tribute.
●  October 14, 2012:
U.K. singer-actress urges Rupert Murdoch to apologize for "Scumbag Celebrities" Twitter rant.
●  October 12, 2012:
Spy scandal 'will die away,' Russian ambassador says.
●  October 11, 2012:
Ewart: Spy scandal may help swing Nexen deal.
●  October 08, 2012:
Chinese firms pose spy threat, says US panel.
●  October 04, 2012:
Russia dismisses talk of new spy scandal with U.S..
●  October 03, 2012:
Pope’s butler fascinated by occult, Free Masons, spies and Vatican scandals.
●  October 01, 2012:
One-fourth of Americans victims of data breach.
●  October 01, 2012:
Swedish police link Internet attacks to WikiLeaks founder Assange's case.
●  September 30, 2012:
Pope's butler goes on trial in Vatileaks scandal.
●  September 29, 2012:
How Shekhar Gupta busted the ISRO spy scam.
●  September 29, 2012: US banks hit by more than a week of cyberattacks (update).
●  September 28, 2012:
No bikini bottom. Fully nude Kate Middleton photos published.
●  September 27, 2012: Scandal's spooks not regular spies.
●  September 27, 2012:
Phone hacking trial set for next year.
●  September 27, 2012:
Your car tracked: the rapid rise of license plate readers.
●  September 25, 2012:
Detective charged in phone hacking scandal.
●  September 25, 2012:
News Corp. seeks to limit damages in phone-hacking trial.
●  September 25, 2012:
Police blamed for Dotcom spying scandal.
●  September 20, 2012:
Mitt Romney secretly recorded at Florida fundraiser.
●  September 17, 2012:
As scandal shook China, quiet spy game unraveled.
●  September 14, 2012:
Hugh Grant wants awfully big damages for phone-hacking.
●  September 13, 2012:
More arrests in UK phone hacking scandal.
●  September 12, 2012:
Iranian spy scandal sparks outrage in Turkey.
●  September 12, 2012:
GoDaddy outage: Anonymous attack or IT failure?
●  September 10, 2012:
Jude Law: Hacking scandal turned my life into soap opera.
●  September 07, 2012:
Eavesdropping claim widens China scandal.
●  September 07, 2012:
Gaddafi spymaster faces interrogation.
●  September 06, 2012:
Phone-hacking scandal hits bonuses.
●  September 05, 2012:
News Analysis: Iranian spy scandal complicates already strained Ankara-Tehran ties.
●  September 03, 2012:
Rebekah Brooks expected to appear in court today.
●  August 31, 2012:
OpFreeAssange turns into a feeding frenzy in the UK.
●  August 29, 2012:
Swedish spy agency under scrutiny over Bond party.
●  August 28, 2012:
Phone hacking scandal most tweeted about topic.
●  August 24, 2012:
Elisabeth Murdoch declares support for BBC license fee.
●  August 20, 2012:
Surveillance device uses Wi-Fi to see through walls.
●  August 20, 2012:
Home Wi-Fi could be used for emergency responders.
●  August 17, 2012:
Venezuela, US ties become more tense after spy scandal.
●  August 17, 2012:
Coulson in court over phone hacking scandal.
●  August 16, 2012:
Think again: News Corp. hacking scandal still hiding in plain sight.
●  August 16, 2012:
Ecuador grants asylum to WikiLeaks' Assange.
●  August 13, 2012:
Trade official in spy sex scandal.
●  August 10, 2012:
The British lawmaker nipping at tabloids’ heels.
●  August 09, 2012:
News Corp makes loss amid hacking scandal.
●  August 09, 2012:
Church of England divests from News Corp.
●  August 09, 2012:
Cloud security: Is there any such thing?
●  August 08, 2012:
Surveillance city? Microsoft, NYPD team on crime fight system.
●  August 07, 2012:
Why a young American wants to be a Russian spy.
●  August 02, 2012:
Senate kills Cybersecurity Act of 2012.
●  August 02, 2012:
Malware in BIOS stirs concern at Black Hat meet.
●  August 01, 2012:
Scarlett Johansson ditches all technology, thinks people are spying on her.
●  August 01, 2012:
The FDA is spying on its own scientists.
●  July 27, 2012:
US spy master courts top hackers at Def Con.
●  July 27, 2012:
Black Hat presentation shows iris-scanning breach.
●  July 26, 2012:
Matt Gurney: Australia’s known spy scandals, with Canadian connections, too.
●  July 26, 2012:
SSH inventor warns that IT security's getting worse.
●  July 25, 2012:
Eight charged: It’s the beginning of the end of the hacking scandal.
●  July 25, 2012:
John Key tight-lipped on Russian spy scandal.
●  July 25, 2012:
New Zealand caught up in spy scandal.
●  July 18, 2012:
US hearing warns FBI, Facebook on facial recognition.
●  July 13, 2012:
Private investigators sentenced in HP spying case.
●  July 08, 2012:
Computer virus alert: FBI has fix for 'DNS Changer' malware.
●  July 06, 2012:
DNS Changer doomsday.
●  July 02, 2012:
Ridiculous claims of respecting your privacy after violating it.
●  July 02, 2012:
German spy chief quits in neo-Nazi files scandal.
●  June 29, 2012:
Foreign spying against US companies on the rise, FBI says.
●  June 28, 2012:
News Corporation confirms that it will split into two companies.
●  June 27, 2012:
Euro 2012 soccer spy scandal leaves Germans fuming.
●  June 25, 2012:
Scientists crack RSA SecurID 800 tokens, steal cryptographic keys.
●  June 22, 2012:
Developments in British phone-hacking scandal.
●  June 19, 2012:
Drones at home raise fear of surveillance society.
●  June 18, 2012:
NSA: It would violate your privacy to say if we spied on you.
●  June 18, 2012:
Richard Stolz, 86; headed CIA spy operatons after Iran-contra scandal.
●  June 17, 2012:
Euro 2012 News: England rocked by Swedish spy scandal.
●  June 19, 2012:
Air Force pilot in 1960 U-2 spy plane scandal awarded posthumous Silver Star.
●  June 15, 2012:
Exclusive: Arrested spy compromised China's U.S. espionage network: sources.
●  June 12, 2012:
Hacking scandal: Murdoch lied under oath.
●  June 09, 2012:
WikiLeaks suspect Manning loses charges bid, trial delayed.
●  June 09, 2012:
Phone hack: Cameron to face inquiry next week.
●  June 08, 2012: Bipartisan complaint from Congress: Leaks of spy secrets endanger U.S. lives.
●  June 04, 2012:
Beijing elite shaken by CIA spy scandal.
●  June 02, 2012:
U.S. unleashed Stuxnet worm on Iran: leak.
●  May 31, 2012:
Police told Sean Connery that his phone was hacked.
●  May 31, 2012:
Phone hacking scandal edges closer to halls of U.K. power.
●  May 31, 2012:
Japan minister to be sacked over Chinese spy scandal: report.
●  May 30, 2012:
Pope breaks silence over Vatileaks scandal.
●  May 30, 2012:
British PM’s former aide Andy Coulson charged with perjury in phone hacking scandal.
●  May 27, 2012:
Hacking scandal: Blair takes the stand.
●  May 23, 2012:
IBM bans employees from using Siri at work.
●  May 23, 2012:
Phone hacking: Commons to probe News International executives.
●  May 22, 2012:
The Pirate Bay adds new IP address for European users.
●  May 22, 2012:
Journalists who stalked hacking MP still employed by Rupert Murdoch.
●  May 22, 2012:
Navy spy scandal a dilemma for Canada-Russia relations.
●  May 19, 2012:
Hacking saga turns into a marathon.
●  May 18, 2012:
House ignores veto threat, passes $642 billion defense bill, including the indefinite detention of U.S. citizens.
●  May 18, 2012:
IKEA sacks four French managers over spying scandal.
●  May 17, 2012:
UK government staff caught snooping on citizen data.
●  May 15, 2012:
Iran executes man accused as Israeli spy and assassin.
●  May 10, 2012:
Dutch court orders service providers to block Pirate Bay.
●  May 10, 2012:
FBI issues warning about using hotel Internet connections.
●  May 10, 2012:
Rebekah Brooks to give Leveson Inquiry evidence.
●  May 09, 2012:
Scandal-tainted S.African cop loses spy boss job.
●  May 09, 2012:
Polanski’s next film delves into 1894 Dreyfus spy scandal.
●  May 06, 2012:
Will the hacking scandal spread to the US?
●  May 06, 2012:
Murdoch scandal follows classic media baron script.
●  May 01, 2012:
Mozilla is first major tech company to denounce CISPA.
●  May 01, 2012:
Developments in British phone-hacking scandal.
●  April 30, 2012:
Consumer watchdog calls for Senate hearing on Google Wi-Spy scandal.
●  April 29, 2012:
Scandal and scrutiny hem in Murdoch’s empire.
●  April 27, 2012:
Britain denies dead businessman in China scandal was a spy.
●  April 25, 2012:
Rupert Murdoch's phone hacking scandal hits America: Tycoon has handed over 60,000 internal emails to Department of
    Justice investigators
.
●  April 24, 2012: Sources: Saints' GM could eavesdrop.
●  April 24, 2012: EU privacy chief warns of Internet spying threat.
●  April 23, 2012:
Shacking scandal: Key dates for Rupert and James Murdoch.
●  April 19, 2012:
Sun journalist held ahead of showdown for Murdochs.
●  April 18, 2012:
Charges considered in UK hacking scandal.
●  April 17, 2012:
Elite agents ‘involved' in Secret Service spy scandal.
●  April 16, 2012:
News Corp. phone hacking scandal: Lawyer eyeing U.S. suits arrives in New York, may call on FBI.
●  April 13, 2012:
News Corp.’s Times sued over hacking of U.K. cop’s email.
●  April 13, 2012:
Hacking scandal: Parliamentary report threatens Rupert Murdoch's grip on BSkyB.
●  April 12, 2012:
Murdoch UK hacking scandal comes to America.
●  April 10, 2012:
Medical device hack attacks may kill, researchers warn.
●  April 09, 2012:
In South Korea scandal, echoes of Watergate.
●  April 09, 2012:
First man arrested with drone evidence vows to fight case.
●  April 09, 2012:
FBI: Smart Meter hacks likely to spread.
●  April 05, 2012:
BSkyB hacking throws spotlight back on Murdoch ownership fight.
●  April 03, 2012:
Visa drops Global Payments from PCI compliant list.
●  April 03, 2012:
James Murdoch to step down as BSkyB chairman.
●  April 01, 2012:
Britain planning new Internet snooping laws.
●  March 30, 2012:
Visa, MasterCard scramble after massive data breach.
●  March 30, 2012:
Murdoch hits back over lies and libels.
●  March 29, 2012: News Corp. pay-TV hack claims being examined by U.K. police.
●  March 29, 2012:
UK hacking scandal claims 3rd senior police figure.
●  March 29, 2012:
Pellicano prosecutor explains how to fight Hollywood hacking.
●  March 28, 2012: Manning 2.0? WikiLeaks-scale'Russian spy scandal blinds Five Eyes.
●  March 26, 2012:
Barbara Shelly: Rutgers webcam spying case a reminder that privacy still matters.
●  March 16, 2012:
Dharun Ravi found guilty in Rutgers webcam spying trial.
●  March 13, 2012:
Gore says 'democracy has been hacked' at SXSW.
●  March 13, 2012:
Former Murdoch executive rearrested in phone-hacking scandal.
●  March 12, 2012:
FBI says $700K charged in Anonymous' Stratfor attack.
●  March 08, 2012:
Cybersecurity bill is broad enough to use against WikiLeaks and The Pirate Bay.
●  March 08, 2012:
Press Complaints Commission to close in wake of phone-hacking scandal.
●  March 07, 2012:
Irishman detained in relation to FBI hacking scandal.
●  March 06, 2012:
FBI: Six hackers in the United States and abroad charged for crimes affecting over one million victims.
●  March 05, 2012:
FCC ruling on wireless service could set a dangerous precedent.
●  March 04, 2012:
Is James Murdoch a dead man walking?
●  March 03, 2012:
Eavesdropping law unconstitutional, court says.
●  March 01, 2012:
Most organizations take months or years to discover a breach.
●  February 29, 2012:
Interpol swoop nets 25 suspected 'Anonymous' hackers.
●  February 28, 2012:
Anonymous, WikiLeaks team up.
●  February 27, 2012:
Hacking scandal reaches into culture of payoffs at Murdoch’s Sun.
●  February 24, 2012:
WikiLeaks suspect charged with aiding the enemy.
●  February 24, 2012:
UK media scandal: Senior officer now investigated.
●  February 22, 2012:
Jury selection continues in Tyler Clementi webcam spying trial.
●  February 21, 2012:
Singer Church set to settle hacking case.
●  February 21, 2012:
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom faces new charges over file-sharing website.
●  February 21, 2012:
Obama signature could bring surveillance drones to your backyard.
●  February 21, 2012:
Microsoft says Google is bypassing its cookie stopping technology too.
●  February 20, 2012:
Demi Moore 911 tape prompts Calif. privacy bill.
●  February 18, 2012: DARPA sets aside $7 million for 'Avatar' robot pals in battle. Related link.
●  February 17, 2012:
Rupert Murdoch to launch new UK tabloid, months after hacking scandal closed another.
●  February 16, 2012:
New cybersecurity bill would define 'critical' infrastructure.
●  February 16, 2012:
Researchers discover cell phone hackers can track your location without your knowledge.
●  February 15, 2012:
Sun team probing "sustained criminality": source.
●  February 15, 2012:
US Senate in new cybersecurity push.
●  February 15, 2012:
Murdoch sends in his top lawyer to stop Sun scandal spreading to US.
●  February 13, 2012:
News Corp.'s UK scandals could soon embroil Rupert Murdoch's US business interests.
●  February 13, 2012:
30,000 drones in American skies, civil liberties in jeopardy.
●  February 12, 2012:
UK minister: Press must face tougher penalties for breaching standards after hacking scandal.
●  February 10, 2012:
The National Defense Authorization Act and military detention of U.S. citizens. Related link.
●  February 10, 2012:
CIA website offline, Anonymous takes credit.
●  February 09, 2012:
Megaupload shutdown fails to slow file sharing.
●  February 09, 2012:
Dinner at Rupert's.
●  February 07, 2012:
Security flaw exposed in home security cameras.
●  February 07, 2012:
Lord Prescott's victory in phone hacking scandal.
●  February 07, 2012:
Press Complaints Commission 'scapegoat' in hacking scandal.
●  February 06, 2012:
News of the World hacking scandal: Documents reveal over 800 may have been hacked.
●  February 06, 2012:
Bigger US role against companies' cyberthreats?
●  February 03, 2012:
NYPD Muslim spy scandal grows with newly revealed plan to target Shiite mosques.
●  February 01, 2012:
Leveson Inquiry: PCC needs urgent reform.
●  January 31, 2012:
Decoding brain waves to eavesdrop on what we hear.
●  January 31, 2012: Angry Birds boss: Piracy helps us get more business.
●  January 30, 2012:
Big tech companies team up to combat email scams.
●  January 30, 2012:
Police arrest 4 Murdoch Sun staff, 1 police officer in bribery scandal.
●  January 27, 2012:
iPhone 5 release details "leaked."
●  January 22, 2012:
Canadian spy scandals: Key players.
●  January 21, 2012:
Hollywood v Silicon Valley in US piracy battle.
●  January 21, 2012:
Hong Kong freezes $42 million in Megaupload raids.
●  January 21, 2012:
Megaupload latest target of US anti-piracy campaign.
●  January 20, 2012:
Senate vote on online piracy bill delayed (Update 2).
●  January 20, 2012:
Google rallies opposition to Murdoch-backed anti-piracy bill.
●  January 20, 2012:
Settlements made in tabloid hacking scandal.
●  January 19, 2012:
The Brain: Nothing like an old-fashioned boot sector virus.
●  January 19, 2012: Mad Science:
Could a 'Death Star' really destroy a planet?
●  January 19, 2012:
Quantum mechanics enables perfectly secure cloud computing.
●  January 18, 2012:
Hollywood, Silicon Valley face off over piracy bill.
●  January 17, 2012:
News Corp. U.K. newspaper unit ceases use of private eyes after hacking.
●  January 17, 2012:
NSA releases security-enhanced version of Android.
●  January 14, 2012:
German courts are bucking the trend, ruling that ISPs shouldn’t block illegal websites.
●  January 12, 2012:
Military networks ‘not defensible,’ says general who defends them.
●  January 09, 2012:
Why security does not concern Generation Y.
●  January 06, 2012: AntiSec hackers bare data on Kissinger, Quayle.
●  January 06, 2012:
17th arrest made in Britain's phone-hacking scandal.
●  January 06, 2012:
High tide: From mob money laundering to a UK phone-hacking scandal arrest.
●  January 05, 2012:
HP patches printer firmware flaw, but leaves customers guessing.
●  January 05, 2012:
Latest inquiry into British hacking scandal scrutinizes ties between police and press.
●  January 06, 2012:
Apple patent sends password secrets to adapters.
●  January 01, 2012:
Spy scandal could have brought down government.
●  December 30, 2011:
Court OKs immunity for telecoms in wiretap case.
●  December 21, 2011:
DARPA's new spy satellite could provide real-time video from anywhere on Earth.
●  December 19, 2011:
Piers Morgan tries, fails to extricate himself from U.K. phone-hacking scandal.
●  December 19, 2011:
APTs expected to grow in volume and sophistication, warns Fidelis chief.
●  December 19, 2011:
Whistleblower’s brother says phone hacking, cell phone tracking was routine at The Sun.
●  December 18, 2011:
Forensic expert: Manning’s computer had 10K cables, downloading scripts.
●  December 15, 2011:
Email trail contradicts Murdoch's memory of hacking scandal.
●  December 15, 2011:
Police arrest woman in probe into bribing officers tied to hacking scandal.
●  December 07, 2011:
New arrest in British phone hacking scandal.
●  December 06, 2011:
Fortinet reveals top 8 security predictions for 2012.
●  December 05, 2011:
Patricia Dunn, former Hewlett-Packard chairwoman, dies.
●  December 05, 2011:
Korea: Ruling party reeling amid hacking scandal.
●  December 01, 2011:
Assange: iPhone, BlackBerry, Gmail users - you're all screwed.
●  December 01, 2011:
Phone hacking scandal: Journalism lecturer arrested.
●  November 30, 2011:
British panel told phone hacking was necessary.
●  November 29, 2011:
Bug allows HP printers to be remotely hacked, set on fire.
●  November 29, 2011:
Report: Hacking scandal widens to senior UK minister's computer.
●  November 26, 2011:
US police use radio encryption to stop iPhone eavesdropping.
●  November 26, 2011:
Europe rules your ISP can't be forced to block pirate sites.
●  November 24, 2011:
J.K. Rowling chased from home by press, she says.
●  November 22, 2011:
Phone hacking scandal: Milly Dowler's parents reveal their anguish over deleted voicemails.
●  November 21, 2011:
Alleged leaker Bradley Manning finally scheduled for court.
●  November 19, 2011:
Foreign cyber attack hits US infrastructure: expert.
●  November 18, 2011:
Hugh Grant to testify on phone hacking scandal.
●  November 16, 2011:
Hollywood, Silicon Valley spar over online piracy bill.
●  November 16, 2011:
Two more papers named in hacking scandal.
●  November 15, 2011:
Now failed Russian spy Anna Chapman tries to style herself as a business guru.
●  November 14, 2011:
Punishment of egoistic behavior is not rewarded.
●  November 12, 2011:
Russian spy scandal girl asked her Bananaman lover for Nato secrets.
●  November 10, 2011: Cyclist Landis sentenced in hacking case.
●  November 10, 2011:
James Murdoch like 'Mafia boss,' says MP.
●  November 09, 2011:
Mbalula denies report of ‘sex scandal’ spy plot.
●  November 08, 2011:
High court troubled by warrantless GPS tracking (Update).
●  November 08, 2011:
James Murdoch to face more questioning by lawmakers.
●  November 07, 2011:
FBI:
Phony document rings broken up.
●  November 07, 2011:
News Corp says hacking scandal lawyers were spied on.
●  November 04, 2011:
Spy software can see smartphone texting realtime (w/ Video).
●  November 02, 2011:
Wikileaks' Julian Assange loses extradition fight.
●  November 02, 2011:
Anna Chapman mired in plagiarism scandal.
●  November 01, 2011:
Colombia abolishes intelligence agency after spy scandal.
●  November 01, 2011:
Documents show a culture of illegal phone-hacking at the News of The World.
●  October 31, 2011:
UK police say their phones were likely hacked into.
●  October 31, 2011:
FBI releases footage from Russian spy scandal.
●  October 24, 2011:
Assange: Financial blockade may close WikiLeaks (Update).
●  October 21, 2011:
Spy scandal in Metropolitan Police.
●  October 19, 2011:
Sex scandal 'spy' monitored Fox speech on Russian threat.
●  October 18, 2011:
Murdochs' relationship deteriorating after phone hacking scandal.
●  October 18, 2011:
France: Secret service head held in growing spy scandal.
●  October 18, 2011:
Canadian media eyed with suspicion after U.K. hacking scandal.
●  October 16, 2011:
News Corp investor to vote against Murdoch re-election.
●  October 13, 2011:
Hackerazzi: The nude-celebrity hacking scandal: An instant guide.
●  October 12, 2011:
2 British journalists oppose new restraints after hacking scandal.
●  October 11, 2011:
German government accused of running spy Trojan.
●  October 10, 2011:
An ID theft ring is broken up in New York City.
●  October 10, 2011:
More proof that security is impossible.
●  October 06, 2011:
Laptop encryption is basic security measure: ICO.
●  October 05, 2011:
Hugh Grant: The phone-hacking scandal has only just scratched surface.
●  October 03, 2011: Law enforcement increasingly asking Internet companies to share data. Is this the precursor to
    the New USA Order/takeover by the corrupt Congress/corporations?
●  October 01, 2011:
Who ordered News Of The World staff to hack into phones?
●  September 29, 2011: Telecoms are overconfident about security.
●  September 27, 2011:
UK's Labour attacks Murdoch empire over phone hacking.
●  September 23, 2011:
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange disowns book telling his side of tale.
●  September 23, 2011:
Ex-tabloid editor in UK phone hack scandal to sue.
●  September 23, 2011:
Russia believes US, Israel behind Iran worm attack: official.
●  September 23, 2011:
With phone-hacking cover-up unraveling, News Corp. faces more legal questions in U.S..
●  September 22, 2011:
Changes to OnStar’s privacy terms rile some users.
●  September 21, 2011:
Hacking scandal sinks DigiNotar.
●  September 19, 2011:
Baldwin out of Emmys after hacking joke nixed.
●  September 19, 2011:
Comedy gag: 30 Rock's Baldwin rolled by Fox over phone-hack joke.
●  September 16, 2011:
Tighter online privacy rules for preteens proposed.
●  September 16, 2011:
Intel-McAfee preview new rootkit weapon.
●  September 15, 2011:
Dechert emails show need to be wary of spying: expert.
●  September 14, 2011:
Scarlett Johansson leaked scandal? Uncensored nude cellphone hack (PHOTOS).
●  September 14, 2011:
Illinois eavesdropping law supported by influential circuit judge.
●  September 14, 2011:
Colombia’s spy scandal turns Uribe against former ally Santos.
●  September 14, 2011:
Ex-Spy chief of Colombia is sentenced to prison.
●  September 14, 2011:
Murdoch’s U.S. hacking woes grow.
●  September 11, 2011:
New scandal hits spy world.
●  September 08, 2011:
US scientist guilty of spying for Israel.
●  September 08, 2011:
Rogue journalists gave rogue police officers 30,000 pounds.
●  September 08, 2011:
Fresh arrest in phone hack scandal.
●  September 07, 2011:
MPs told Murdoch knew of phone-hack email.
●  September 02, 2011:
Nearly 4,000 victims identified in Murdoch’s phone-hacking scandal.
●  September 02, 2011:
Microsoft accused of collecting Windows phone location data.
●  September 02, 2011:
British police have made another arrest in phone hacking scandal.
●  September 02, 2011:
WikiLeaks reveals all, media groups criticize move.
●  September 01, 2011:
Exposed: Uncensored WikiLeaks cables posted to Web.
●  August 30, 2011:
NSA, AT&T warrantless wiretapping case set for court.
●  August 30, 2011:
Rupert, James Murdoch to testify under oath about phone hacking.
●  August 21, 2011:
Officer arrested after leak in phone-hacking scandal.
●  August 18, 2011:
Anonymous is all about privacy,” says group member.
●  August 17, 2011:
Reporter implicates Murdoch execs and ex Cameron aide.
●  August 12, 2011:
Phone hacking scandal fails to dampen Murdoch's bottom line.
●  August 10, 2011:
Top court upholds verdict in U.S. spy scandal.
●  August 08, 2011:
Fallout from the spy scandal in the Turkish Navy.
●  August 06, 2011:
SIS boss admits no record of Goff receiving spy briefing.
●  August 06, 2011:
Ma seeks to act against China spies.
●  August 05, 2011:
Piers Morgan could be next to testify in phone-hacking scandal.
●  August 04, 2011:
Paul McCartney to go to police over hacking claim.
●  August 03, 2011:
Jail, arrests and resignations in Britain's hacking scandal.
●  July 30, 2011:
Scandal threatens Murdoch empire.
●  July 30, 2011:
US Oslo embassy spy case goes cold.
●  July 29, 2011: CNN's Piers Morgan in new hacking denial.
●  July 29, 2011:
Feds stonewall on cell phone tracking of Americans.
●  July 25, 2011:
Key red-faced after Israeli spy scandal.
●  July 21, 2011:
Queenstowner’s link to spy scandal.
●  July 20, 2011:
Hugh Grant wins legal victory in hacking scandal.
●  July 20, 2011:
British PM dodges attacks over phone hack scandal.
●  July 19, 2011:
Pakistan spy agency spent millions trying to influence Congress.
●  July 18, 2011:
News of the World journalist who claimed Coulson encouraged phone hacking is found dead at home.
●  July 18, 2011:
Wall Street Journal attacks News Corp. critics.
●  July 18, 2011:
Anticensorship in the Internet's infrastructure.
●  July 17, 2011:
UPDATE 1-Top British police chief resigns over hacking scandal.
●  July 16, 2011:
News of the World’s Rebekah Brooks and Rupert Murdoch now become the hunted.
●  July 13, 2011:
McCain calls for special cybersecurity panel.
●  July 13, 2011:
US 'hacker next door' gets 18-year sentence: report.
●  July 12, 2011:
Tariq Alhomayed: Should the media play politics?
●  July 11, 2011: Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt to testify before Congress on Wi-Spy scandal.
●  July 09, 2011:
News of the World: Sex, scandal and crime: All human life was there.
●  July 08, 2011:
Symantec scraps RSA tokens.
●  July 07, 2011:
Could Murdoch’s 'News of the World' hacking scandal happen in the US?
●  June 29, 2011: St. Albert caught up in Soviet spy scandal.
●  June 17, 2011:
Former Colombian president to testify on spy scandal.
●  June 16, 2011:
Google web mapping can track your phone.
●  June 15, 2011:
The spy ‘scandal’ that wasn't.
●  June 14, 2011:
European Council: Creating hacking tools should be criminal across EU.
●  June 13, 2011:
Citi defends delay in disclosing hacking.
●  June 12, 2011:
Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood delegation in Gaza amid Israeli spy scandal.
●  June 08, 2011:
School webcam spy scandal resurfaces.
●  June 06, 2011:
Sex tapes taint Turkish vote.
●  June 02, 2011:
Renault names Nissan Americas executive as COO in wake of fake spy scandal.
●  June 02, 2011:
Leakage of private information from popular websites is common, new study finds.
●  June 01, 2011:
Twitter scandal: a mess for Anthony Weiner, a lesson for Congress.
●  June 01, 2011:
D-Wave sells first commercial quantum computer.
●  May 31, 2011:
Second defense contractor L-3 targeted with RSA SecurID hacks.
●  May 31, 2011:
Nissan head to replace Renault chief leaving over spy scandal.
●  May 29, 2011:
Lockheed Martin suffers attack from hackers.
●  May 27, 2011:
Beware of vengeful IT personnel.
●  May 27, 2011:
Fugitive Russian lawmaker living in Beverly Hills.
●  May 27, 2011:
Patriot Act extension approved by Congress and signed by President.
●  May 26, 2011:
Another opposition party is laid low by clandestine videos.
●  May 26, 2011:
Inside the global war to stop Web hackers.
●  May 25, 2011: Profiting legally from cyber insecurity.
●  May 24, 2011:
Colombia judge orders arrest of ex-spy chief.
●  May 24, 2011:
iOS encrypted backups are now crackable.
●  May 24, 2011:
Stanford computer scientists find Internet security flaw.
●  May 23, 2011:
Snooping scandal hits hedge fund superstar.
●  May 23, 2011:
IT staff could hold employers hostage, survey reveals.
●  May 23, 2011:
U.S. international cyberspace policy sounds good; will be hard to implement.
●  May 19, 2011:
Spy scandals mar Netanyahu's trip to U.S..
●  May 19, 2011:
Kyiv considers spy scandal with Prague settled - Foreign Ministry.
●  May 18, 2011:
Chinese publication: US releases new cyberspace strategy.
●  May 17, 2011:
Microsoft: One in 14 downloads is malicious.
●  May 16, 2011:
New Yorker sheds new light on NSA’s warrantless wiretapping and data mining.
●  May 16, 2011:
Death to the spies: US outlines global plan for cyberspace.
●  May 16, 2011:
White House releases new cyberspace strategy.
●  May 16, 2011:
Prague may expel Ukrainian diplomats in response to spy scandal.
●  May 15, 2011:
North Korea rejects South charge it was behind bank cyber attack.
●  May 13, 2011:
White House cybersecurity plan feared inadequate by experts, could violate privacy.
●  May 13, 2011:
Under cybersecurity plan, agencies would answer to DHS.
●  May 12, 2011:
CERT warns of critical industrial control bug.
●  May 10, 2011:
Database of Fox employees’ passwords and emails leaked.
●  May 09, 2011: The Pirate Bay speaks out against proposed EU Firewall.
●  May 09, 2011:
Check your car for a GPS tracker. (note: use tracker to find tracker)
●  May 06, 2011:
US lawmakers plan 'Do Not Track' bills.
●  May 03, 2011:
How to build better passwords without losing your mind.
●  May 03, 2011:
Investigation of Russia-US spy scandal completed.
●  May 03, 2011:
McLaren spy-scandal engineer back in F10.
●  April 29, 2011:
Update 1: Renault seeks to move on from spy scandal.
●  April 29, 2011:
ICANN hires hacker to keep Internet safe.
●  April 27, 2011:
Did Apple freeze Steve Jobs in carbonite to distract from iPhone spying scandal?
●  April 27, 2011:
Holding companies accountable for privacy breaches.
●  April 27, 2011:
How the PlayStation network was hacked.
●  April 27, 2011: Apple denies tracking iPhones, to fix 'bugs.'
●  April 26, 2011:
Apple, Google asked to testify on mobile privacy.
●  April 25, 2011:
IP address can now pin down your location to within a half mile.
●  April 25, 2011:
Iran targeted by second computer virus.
●  April 24, 2011:
So your phone is tracking you? You asked for it.
●  April 23, 2011:
Apple: We 'must have' comprehensive user location data on you.
●  April 23, 2011:
Tweeting, deleting help build Rutgers webcam case.
●  April 21, 2011:
30,000 cybersecurity professionals needed.
●  April 21, 2011:
How police have obtained iPhone, iPad tracking logs.
●  April 21, 2011:
State Police can suck data out of cell phones in under two minutes.
●  April 21, 2011:
Hide your data through fragmentation, not encryption.
●  April 19, 2011:
Most critical infrastructure unprepared for Stuxnet-like attack.
●  April 19, 2011:
Strong protection for weak passwords.
●  April 18, 2011:
Leaked US cables finger Chinese army hackers for cyber-spying.
●  April 17, 2011:
Iran accuses Siemens over Stuxnet virus attack.
●  April 17, 2011:
The FTC and the future of privacy enforcement in America.
●  April 16, 2011:
Spy scandal complicating German trial.
●  April 15, 2011:
White House unveils cyber ID proposal (Update).
●  April 14, 2011:
Hackers get 'more violent' against security firms.
●  April 13, 2011: Province launches inquiry into Montreal City Hall spy scandal.
●  April 12, 2011:
US senators introduce online privacy 'bill of rights.'
●  April 12, 2011:
Renault CEO Ghosn loses second-in-command over spy scandal.
●  April 11, 2011:
Plug data leaks to protect your greatest asset.
●  April 11, 2011:
Renault’s Pélata to go over spy scandal.
●  April 11, 2011:
Another spy scandal at Montreal City Hall.
●  April 07, 2011:
Actor Hugh Grant wore a wire to secretly record tabloid phone-hackers.
●  April 06, 2011:
California Bill 708 privacy legislation passes Assembly Public Safety.
●  April 05, 2011:
California lawmaker proposes 'do-not-track' bill. (see Notice below)
●  April 05, 2011: How do you begin an information security career?
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April 05, 2011: Internet companies fight French rules on user data. (see Notice below)
●  April 05, 2011:
RSA hackers exploited Flash zero-day bug.
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April 04, 2011: Germany declares war on hackers with new cyber defense center.
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April 01, 2011: Thieves are stealing children's identities.
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March 31, 2011: IBM report: computer hackers getting smarter, unfortunately.
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March 31, 2011: Microsoft co-founder slams Bill Gates.
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March 31, 2011: IEEE approves next WiMax standard.
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March 31, 2011: Documents obtained by EFF reveal FBI Patriot Act abuses.
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March 31, 2011: Lawsuit: Fired data center worker wiped out TV show.
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March 30, 2011: Arrest in Renault spy fiasco.
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March 30, 2011: Google, FTC reach Google Buzz privacy settlement.
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March 30, 2011: An APT lesson from RSA’s SecurID breach.
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March 30, 2011: ASIO plugs national security gap.
●  March 29, 2011:
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a robot bird (w/ video).
●  March 29, 2011:
Met officer mulls legal action over phone-hack reports.
●  March 28, 2011: Forget Social Security numbers -- cyber criminals want your intellectual property.
● 
March 28, 2011: Iranian hacker claims revenge for Stuxnet.
●  March 28, 2011:
McAfee: Hackers want the info for your company's soul.
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March 25, 2011: Shanghai scandal not spying case.
●  March 24, 2011:
RSA won't talk? Assume SecurID is broken.
●  March 23, 2011:
Anti-virus vendor accused of installing viruses onto mobile phones.
●  March 23, 2011:
'What if?' scenario: Cyberwar between US and China in 2020.
●  March 23, 2011:
Student used spyware to steal passwords, change grades.
●  March 22, 2011:
China plugging holes in Great Firewall.
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March 20, 2011: Sharpen penetration tests to foil cybercrime.
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March 19, 2011: Caution urged in wake of RSA security breach.
●  March 18, 2011:
Dutch court rules WiFi hacking is now legal.
●  March 18, 2011:
How long before hackers steal votes?
●  March 18, 2011:
EMC's anti-hacking division hacked.
●  March 17, 2011:
Ghosn not gone: Nissan CEO, Renault boss Patrick Pelata survive spy scandal, for now.
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March 16, 2011: Physicists develop quantum version of public key encryption.
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March 16, 2011: US administration calls for online privacy rights. (see Notice below)
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March 16, 2011: French ministers call for heads of Renault bosses in spy scandal.
●  March 15, 2011:
Assange: Wikileaks' cables spurred Arab uprisings.
●  March 15, 2011:
News of the World’s former Ireland editor caught up in hacking scandal.
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March 15, 2011: Renault security boss arrested as spying claims fall apart.
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March 15, 2011: Renault spy scandal risks denting carmaker's reputation.
●  March 14, 2011:
Hacker group releases BofA employee correspondence.
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March 14, 2011: Book review: 'The Trinity Six' by Charles Cumming
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●  March 10, 2011:
Spy and sex scandal implicates Chinese woman and S. Korean diplomats.
●  March 10, 2011:
Ghosn’s dual role rendered vulnerable by spy scandal.
●  March 10, 2011:
Anna Chapman, Russia's most mysterious spy of all times?
●  March 09, 2011:
Pentagon fears anonymous attack, re: WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning.
●  March 07, 2011:
Assassinations and a spy scandal in Pakistan.
●  March 06, 2011:
Light at end of tunnel for Renault spy.
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March 05, 2011: Renault head admits spying scandal may have been hoax.
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March 04, 2011: The rise of untraceable weapons.
●  March 03, 2011:
Computer expert says US and Israel behind Stuxnet worm.
●  March 02, 2011:
Bradley Manning charged with aiding the enemy.
●  March 01, 2011:
Rep. Issa fires his aide over leaked e-mails.
●  March 01, 2011:
Avatar may soon be keeping your safe in the skies.
●  February 28, 2011:
Pay no attention to that widget recording your every move.
●  February 28, 2011:
Is VoIP too secure?
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February 26, 2011: Google wants your face.
●  February 26, 2011:
CIA scandal reflects poorly on US policy towards Pakistan.
●  February 24, 2011:
FBI accused of violating rights of Muslims.
●  February 24, 2011:
Corporate espionage via social networks.
●  February 23, 2011:
The spy who gov'd me.
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February 23, 2011: Pakistan spy scandal: US caught in the big lie.
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February 22, 2011: Montreal city spy scandal widens.
●  February 21, 2011:
Peruvian from spy scandal back home.
●  February 18, 2011:
SSDs harder to securely purge of data than HDDs.
●  February 18, 2011: Robot hummingbird passes flight tests (w/ Video).
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February 18, 2011: Post cyber-attack: Iran seeks to upgrade nuclear technology.
●  February 18, 2011: Bank of America and the secret plan to destroy WikiLeaks.
●  February 18, 2011: 'Spy' scandal passed on to Quebec.
●  February 17, 2011:
Anonymous Blogging: Natalie Munroe calls out 'whiny' kids: Do teacher blogs help or hurt schools?
●  February 17, 2011: NSA chief wants to protect 'critical' private networks.
●  February 17, 2011:
Cyber-espionage preventable, experts say.
●  February 17, 2011:
Action needed to assure new technology can be wiretapped, FBI says. Related link 1. Related link 2.
●  February 17, 2011:
Factbox: 2005-2010 juicy spy scandals.
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February 16, 2011: Oz kicks US's butt on net security: Gartner.
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February 16, 2011: Codenomicon makes waves in automatic security.
●  February 14, 2011:
New US Senate panel on digital privacy created.
●  February 13, 2011:
US Internet censorship fight falling short: report.
●  February 09, 2011:
Opening the Kaba Simplex lock: Just how easy is it?
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February 09, 2011: The changing security battlefield.
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February 09, 2011: Intel Core processors to get strong authentication security.
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February 09, 2011: Cloud governance is about more than security.
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February 09, 2011: Next-gen firewalls go head-to-head.
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February 08, 2011: House rejects extensions of Patriot Act provisions.
●  February 02, 2011:
China catching EU on innovation, amid industrial espionage scandals.
●  February 02, 2011:
DEA agent who shot self presses forward in suit against gov't.
●  February 02, 2011: Why is Ireland expelling a Russian diplomat?
●  January 31, 2011:
WikiLeaks founder warns of huge leak as last resort.
●  January 29, 2011:
5 Hackers arrested in the UK; associated with Wikileaks.
●  January 28, 2011:
Special Report: Renault's electric spy scandal.
●  January 27, 2011: Wikileaks ISP refuses data hand-out to Swedish government.
●  January 26, 2011:
Headless Conficker worm lives in computers.
●  January 26, 2011: Hardware, software advances help protect operating systems from attack.
●  January 25, 2011:
US Justice Department wants Internet, cell records held longer.
●  January 25, 2011: NATO networks vulnerable to cyber threat: US.
●  January 24, 2011:
Renault denies tech at heart of spy scandal.
●  January 21, 2011:
Russian spy Anna Chapman to reveal all secrets.
●  January 20, 2011:
Business booming for cyber criminals: security firm.
●  January 19, 2011:
Hacker 'trolls' charged in iPad data breach.
●  January 17, 2011:
Wikileaks gets banking data from Swiss accounts.
●  January 13, 2011:
Student goes to federal prison for hacking Sarah Palin's e-mail.
●  January 13, 2011: TSA hacker sentenced to prison.
●  January 12, 2011:
Justices to pot users: Be careful when you flush.
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January 12, 2011: Bulgaria's spy scandal reverberates.
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January 12, 2011: Renault to file spy complaint Thursday.
●  January 09, 2011:
Obama considers Internet ID for Americans in bid to boost web security.
●  January 09, 2011:
Wars will move online, says head of UK's armed forces.
●  January 09, 2011: Renault spy scandal: Everybody in full reverse.
●  January 09, 2011:
Iceland summons US envoy over WikiLeaks probe.
●  January 08, 2011:
WikiLeaks subpoenas spill out into public realm.
●  January 08, 2011:
US relocates some people named in WikiLeaks cables.
●  December 29, 2010:
Easy to bully digitally.
●  December 27, 2010:
Mich. man faces charges for reading wife's e-mail.
●  December 18, 2010:
Bank of America stops handling WikiLeaks payments.
●  December 18, 2010:
Pakistan spy agency denies it helped unmask CIA station chief.
●  December 16, 2010:
New report calls for Online Privacy Bill of Rights.
●  December 16, 2010: Will Feds mandate Internet routing security?
●  December 16, 2010: Wikileaks.info denies security risk claims.
●  December 15, 2010:
Wikileaks attacks prove the Cloud is reliable.
●  December 09, 2010:
Amazon's UK site selling WikiLeaks excerpts.
●  December 07, 2010:
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange arrested in London on rape charges.
●  December 06, 2010:
Criminals find the key to car immobilizers.
●  December 06, 2010:
Wikileaks wrangling may be escalating into cyberwar.
●  December 06, 2010: MasterCard pulls plug on WikiLeaks payments.
●  December 06, 2010:
Swiss cut off bank account for WikiLeaks' Assange.
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December 05, 2010: Could WikiLeaks survive without Julian Assange?
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December 04, 2010: WikiLeaks loses major source of revenue.
●  December 03, 2010:
Pirate Bay says it will create new P2P DNS system.
●  December 03, 2010: WikiLeaks fights to stay online amid attacks.
●  December 03, 2010:
WikiLeaks dropped by domain name provider.
●  December 01, 2010:
WikiLeaks website kicked off Amazon's servers.
●  December 01, 2010:
Interpol issues "Red Notice" for WikiLeaks founder.
●  November 30, 2010:
WikiLeaks founder lurks beyond reach of U.S. law.
●  November 29, 2010:
U.S. turns up the legal heat over WikiLeaks.
●  November 25, 2010:
Judge approves wiretaps in financial fraud cases.
●  November 18, 2010:
Google charges Feds $25 a head for user surveillance.
●  November 15, 2010:
Major spy scandal as five Scandinavian governments catch the U.S. watching their citizens.
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November 15, 2010: Man accused of taking pictures of women in store dressing rooms.
●  November 04, 2010:
To hack the brain, you need to hack the hardware. Related link.
●  November 01, 2010:
US civil rights organization prepares for new 'Crypto War.' Related link.
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November 01, 2010: The risks of Internet wiretapping.
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November 01, 2010: The unvarnished truth about unsecured Wi-Fi.
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October 28, 2010: Russia's FSB to WikiLeaks: We could destroy you.
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October 16, 2010: Discovery of GPS tracker becomes privacy issue.
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October 07, 2010: Director gets 1 year in prison in wiretapping case.
●  October 04, 2010:
Multifunctional smart sensors and high-power devices on a computer chip.
●  October 03, 2010:
Rutgers student Tyler Clementi's suicide spurs action across U.S.
●  September 13, 2010:
Home's electrical wiring acts as antenna to receive low-power sensor data.
●  August 18, 2010:
World is losing grip on privacy: watchdog.
●  August 12, 2010:
WikiLeaks preparing to release more Afghan files.
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August 10, 2010: Toshiba announces wipe technology for self-encrypting disk drives.
●  August 07, 2010:
Plugging the WikiLeak: What can the government do?
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August 05, 2010: US demands WikiLeaks return military documents.
●  August 01, 2010:
Hackers crack high-tech locks.
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July 31, 2010: Mysterious 'insurance file' posted on WikiLeaks.
●  July 28, 2010:
WikiLeaks: We don't know source of leaked data.
●  July 27, 2010:
Harder to suppress leaks in Internet age.
●  July 27, 2010:
The next big privacy concern: RFID “Spychips.”
●  July 27, 2010:
ESPN's Erin Andrews lobbies for anti-stalking bill.
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July 25, 2010: Wikileaks releases 91,000 Afghanistan War documents online.
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July 23, 2010: Wal-Mart radio tags to track clothing.
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July 11, 2010: A revolutionary breakthrough in terahertz remote sensing.
●  July 09, 2010:
Quantum non-demolition measurement allows physicists to count photons without destroying them.
●  July 02, 2010:
Russian spy suspects allegedly used regular consumer tech.
Missing
●  September 16, 2009:
How to secure your laptop at public Wi-Fi hotspots.
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September 16, 2009: We're getting security all wrong.
●  September 15, 2009:
France approves Internet piracy bill.
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September 15, 2009: New Zealand to get country wide filtered Internet.
●  September 14, 2009: ‘Father of the Internet’ calls for U.S. lead on security improvements.
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September 14, 2009: Korea to train 3,000 cyber sheriffs.
●  September 11, 2009:
Hacker pleads guilty to huge theft of card numbers.
●  September 10, 2009:
End users weakest security link: AFP.
●  September 10, 2009:
What your mother never told you about VPNs.
●  September 09, 2009:
7 Reasons Web sites are no longer safe.
●  September 08, 2009:
What US Homeland Security collects about you.
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September 08, 2009: Seven deadly sins of building security.
●  September 08, 2009:
Blagojevich: Words on FBI tape out of context.
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September 08, 2009: What US Homeland Security collects about you.
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September 08, 2009: Hacking firms one click ahead of law.
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September 07, 2009: Congress weighs landmark change in Web ad privacy.
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September 07, 2009: Hackers turn attention to ATMs.
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September 07, 2009: Privacy bill would set rules for online marketing.
●  September 03, 2009:
Want a wiretap warrant? No problem, court says.
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September 03, 2009: Has your sensitive data leaked into the wild?
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September 01, 2009: New breed of spycams pose threat to privacy.
●  September 01, 2009:
Alleged mastermind behind TJX hack pleads guilty.
●  August 28, 2009:
Skype wiretapping Trojan publicly released.
●  August 27, 2009: Tighter oversight on border laptop searches.
●  August 26, 2009:
BitTorrent site Mininova loses copyright ruling.
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August 26, 2009: New WiFi attack cracks WPA – again.
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August 25, 2009: Huge GSM flaw allows hackers to listen in on voice calls.
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August 25, 2009: The Pirate Bay returns with guns blazing.
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August 25, 2009: Celebrity gossip is deadly – for your computer.
●  August 25, 2009:
UK says illegal downloaders may lose Web access.
●  Au
gust 24, 2009: Torrented Pirate Bay copy comes to life.
●  Au
gust 25, 2009: The art of creating strong passwords.
●  August 24, 2009:
The Pirate Bay taken offline by Swedish authorities (updated).
●  August 24, 2009:
Making cyber-security a national priority.
●  August 24, 2009:
Online social networks leak personal information to tracking sites, new study shows.
●  August 21, 2009:
Exclusive: Medical records found In dumpster.
●  August 20, 2009: How hackers snatch real-time security ID numbers.
●  August 20, 2009:
Accused credit card hacker lived large in Miami.
●  August 19, 2009:
Rogue Facebook apps steal log-in data, send spam.
●  August 18, 2009:
Thinking conservatively about public WiFi security and Smartphone tethering.
●  August 18, 2009:
Five users sue Facebook for being too social a network.
●  August 12, 2009:
Review: Password management eases with Net storage.
●  August 10, 2009:
Researchers close in on Twitter suspects.
●  August 10, 2009:
Police, councils spy on your calls, SMS and email.
●  August 08, 2009:
Apple's iTunes 9 rumored to have Blu-ray, social media support.
●  August 07, 2009:
China nabs hackers who robbed Korean bank accounts.
●  August 06, 2009:
Twitter, Facebook attack targeted one user.
●  August 06, 2009:
ID card hacked, cloned in 12 minutes.
●  August 06, 2009:
Twitter suffers denial-of-service attack (DoS/DDoS attack).
●  August 06, 2009:
Malaysia mulls ‘Green Dam’ despite China’s failure.
●  August 06, 2009:
Automated 'Smile Police' monitor employees (published 7/14/09).
●  August 04, 2009:
Feds at DefCon alarmed after RFIDs scanned.
●  August 04, 2009:
CTA hacker - no harm no foul.
●  August 04, 2009:
Inside the world’s most hostile network.
●  August 04, 2009:
Swedish crackdown on piracy leads to fall in illegal filesharing.
●  August 03, 2009:
Korean journalists booted from Defcon.
●  August 02, 2009:
Hackers whack music industry for punishing pirate.
●  August 01, 2009: Defcon air traffic control hacker: Excuse me while I change your aircraft’s flight plan.
●  July 31, 2009: Fly on the wall: Robotics insights through flies' eyes.
●  July 31, 2009:
Security researchers offer caution on smart grids.
●  July 30, 2009:
Bootkit bypasses hard disk encryption.
●  July 30, 2009:
Police woman fights quantum hacking and cracking.
●  July 30, 2009:
Researchers find insecure BIOS 'rootkit' pre-loaded in laptops.
●  July 30, 2009:
Secret Obama safe-house leaked online.
●  July 30, 2009:
Dutch court rules Pirate Bay must quit Netherlands.
●  July 30, 2009:
Anti-theft software built into PCs at the factory opens security hole.
●  July 29, 2009:
Keep data top secret to fight social engineering.
●  July 29, 2009:
Want responsible robotics? Start with responsible humans.
●  July 29, 2009:
Police: SC man charged with having sex with horse.
●  July 28, 2009:
Tenn. state senator quits after affair with intern.
●  July 28, 2009:
How wired gadgets encroach on privacy.
●  July 28, 2009: Ten ways hackers can breach your system and how you can fight back.

●  July 28, 2009:
Future of cyber security: What are the rules of engagement?
●  July 26, 2009:
Techs caught red-handed hacking into customers' laptops.

●  July 26, 2009:
Computer scientists fear spy robots might one day outsmart us.
●  July 24, 2009:
All of us – from slime mould to MPs − are born to cheat.
●  July 23, 2009:
HP builds darknet.
●  July 23, 2009:
HSBC fined $6m in Britain for data loss.
●  July 23, 2009:
Hacking the smart grid.
●  July 23, 2009:
How can we win a cyberwar?
●  July 22, 2009:
Erin Andrews case provides peek at a growing virtual 'Beast.'
●  July 22, 2009: UK journalist: James Murdoch approved settlement.
●  July 22, 2009:
Got something to hide? Try "Vanish" to protect your privacy. Related.
●  July 22, 2009:
BlackBerry maker: UAE partner's update was spyware.
●  July 21, 2009:
Vietnam security firm in trouble after tracking hackers.
●  July 21, 2009:
ESPN female reporter secretly videotaped nude in hotel room. Related.
●  July 21, 2009: Debate starting on new French Internet piracy bill.
●  July 21, 2009:
James Murdoch agreed with payout to Gordon Taylor for privacy claim.
●  July 21, 2009: Ex-News of the World editor Andy Coulson claims own phone may have been hacked.
●  July 21, 2009:
NotW bosses fight back over hacking claims.
●  July 20, 2009:
How to safely follow links on Twitter.
●  July 19, 2009:
What Google Chrome will mean for cyber-security.
●  July 18, 2009:
Encrypted CCTV protects the innocent?
●  July 18, 2009:
Why you need to lie to be secure.
●  July 18, 2009:
New Pirate Bay to be based on give-and-take models.
●  July 17, 2009:
The NSA wiretapping story nobody wanted.
●  July 16, 2009:
DDoS attacks require global response, Gillibrand says.
●  July 16, 2009:
SSL hack vulnerability details to emerge.
●  July 16, 2009:
Chinese-born engineer guilty of economic espionage.
●  July 15, 2009:
Obama claims immunity, as new spy case takes center stage.
●  July 15, 2009:
IT admin sentenced for sabotaging employer's network.
●  July 14, 2009:
Shop online safely with SmartSwipe.
●  July 14, 2009:
U.K., not North Korea, source of DDOS attacks, researcher says.
●  July 14, 2009:
So. Korean police: Hackers extracted data in attacks.
●  July 13, 2009: Where are the cybercops?
●  July 13, 2009:
Ugly journalism. Related link.
●  July 13, 2009: Fla. judge delays hearings in UBS secrecy case.
●  July 13, 2009:
State privacy rules reduce electronic medical sharing by 24 percent.
●  July 13, 2009:
Concerns mount over financial firms' anti-hacking system.
●  July 13, 2009:
Why feds can’t stop cyberattacks
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●  July 12, 2009:
Special alloy sleeves urged to block hackers?
●  July 12, 2009: Most users clueless about cybersecurity, FBI says.
●  July 11, 2009:
Chips in official IDs raise privacy fears.
  July 11, 2009: Angry celebs to sue reporters over phone tapping.
●  July 11, 2009:
Report: North Korean army suspected over cyberattacks.
●  July 11, 2009:
Chips in official IDs raise privacy fears.
  July 11, 2009: 'Inappropriate' secrecy hurt surveillance effort, report says.
●  July 11, 2009:
Privacy law would not be in the public interest.
●  July 09, 2009:
AP proposes new article formatting for the Web.
●  July 10, 2009:
EU calls for consumer-friendly approach to file sharing.
●  July 09, 2009:
The next hacking frontier: Your Brain?
●  July 09, 2009:
US officials eye North Korea in cyber attack.
●  July 09, 2009:
No sign of North Korean backing in bot attacks on US sites.
●  July 08, 2009:
French lawmakers take up revised Internet Piracy Bill.
●  July 08, 2009:
How a denial-of-service attack works.
●  July 08, 2009:
Attacks highlight flaws in U.S. cyberdefenses.
●  July 07, 2009:
Report: Probe found weaknesses in federal security.
●  July 07, 2009:
Researchers find that Social Security numbers can be guessed.
●  July 06, 2009:
NSA will monitor private-sector networks.
●  July 03, 2009:
US wants privacy in new cyber security system.
●  July 02, 2009:
Judge tentatively acquits woman in MySpace case.
●  July 02, 2009:
Will security paranoia kill wireless health IT?
●  June 30, 2009: US spy in rendition trial: 'I followed orders.'
●  June 30, 2009:
Dutch researchers develop self-learning security system for computer networks.
●  June 30, 2009: The Pirate Bay sold to Swedish gaming group.
●  June 30, 2009:
FFSearcher: A stealthy evolution in click fraud.
●  June 27, 2009:
Unclear what happens to personal info with Clear.
●  June 25, 2009:
IBM claims privacy breakthrough for cloud, data
.
IBM link.
●  June 24, 2009:
Experts only: Time to ditch the antivirus?
●  June 23, 2009:
DHS killing domestic satellite self-spying program.
●  June 23, 2009:
Gates approves creation of new cyber command.
●  June 23, 2009:
TJX reaches settlement with states on data theft.
●  June 23, 2009:
Iran accuses CNN of training hackers.
●  June 19, 2009:
US woman to pay $1.92 million in music piracy case.
●  June 18, 2009:
The Pirate Bay offers safe haven to Iran critics. See notice below.
●  June 14, 2009:
Weak security enables credit card hacks.
●  June 13, 2009:
Company alleges Chinese software has stolen code.
●  June 13, 2009:
Privacy may be a victim in cyberdefense plan.
●  June 11, 2009:
Logging off good habit for protecting data.
●  June 11, 2009:
China defends net filtering software amid outcry.
●  June 10, 2009:
Censorship isn't the only problem with China's new Internet blocking software.
●  June 10, 2009:
Cell phones, other wireless devices next big cybersecurity targets.
●  June 10, 2009:
Washington couple ordered held in Cuba spying case.
●  June 09, 2009:
China embarrasses US in NSA hacking contest.
●  June 09, 2009:
Jump in IT staff snooping reported.
●  June 09, 2009:
Do most security breaches still originate internally?
●  June 09, 2009:
How you can infect your mobile phone through Bluetooth.
●  June 08, 2009:
Wiretapping ruling protects carriers - not you.
●  June 08, 2009:
The not-so-secret life of Chinese hackers.
●  June 07, 2009:
Spies target Switzerland.
●  June 08, 2009:
China requires PCs to come with anti-porn software.
●  June 07, 2009:
Firewall flaws and how to fix them.
●  June 07, 2009:
UK 'must log' phone and Web use.
●  June 07, 2009:
Government downloading policy remains unclear.
●  June 07, 2009:
Digital piracy looms over World Copyright Summit.
●  June 07, 2009:
Tech tip: How to erase files permanently from your PC. Related link: WindowWasher.
●  June 06, 2009:
Voyeurism: Japan bans 'sexual torture' software.
●  June 06, 2009:
`Smart grid' power lines move into digital age.
●  June 06, 2009:
Man made $112,000 in bank account hacking scheme.
●  June 05, 2009:
ATM malware spreading around the world.
●  June 05, 2009:
Ohio high school's graduation canceled over cheating.
●  June 05, 2009:
Money mule cops plea in online brokerage hacking scam.
●  June 05, 2009:
Couple indicted on charges of spying for Cuba.
●  June 05, 2009:
House passes Chaffetz amendment limiting 'whole body' imaging.
●  June 05, 2009:
Risks of sharing personal genetic information online need more study.
●  June 05, 2009:
FTC shuts allegedly rogue Internet provider.
● 
June 04, 2009: Is Internet voting safe? Vote here.
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June 04, 2009: Researchers track risky teen behavior. Related: Internet use tracking.
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June 04, 2009: Former TV anchor sues Inky, writers. Related link.
●  June 04, 2009: Tony La Russa sues Twitter over alleged fake page.
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June 03, 2009: Air France crash raises questions about domain name registration (Updated).
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June 03, 2009: Federal judge tosses warrantless wiretap cases.
● 
June 03, 2009: Gov't posts sensitive list of US nuclear sites.
● 
June 03, 2009: US grapples with how to retaliate in cyber-attacks.
● 
June 03, 2009: Are low bit levels compromising encryption?
● 
June 03, 2009: Vote tomorrow on bill to halt whole body imaging at airports.
● 
June 02, 2009: Twitter becoming 'security nightmare.'
● 
June 02, 2009: Don’t sit on the sidelines when it comes to data security.
● 
June 02, 2009: How to secure sensitive data before a layoff occurs.
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June 01, 2009: Security is a top concern with smart electric grid.
● 
June 01, 2009: Experts warn mobile phones face hacking threat.
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June 01, 2009: Feds quiz former worker over Texas power plant hack.
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June 01, 2009: When employers become watchers.
● 
June 01, 2009: 5 Free ways to track online leaks of information.
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June 01, 2009: Swedish pirates have wind in their sails for EU vote.
● 
June 01, 2009: How to fortify your passwords.
●  May 31, 2009: First economic espionage trial set in Calif..
● 
May 31, 2009: Berlusconi slams paparazzi, laments media scandal.
● 
May 31, 2009: The Privacy Coalition: Stop whole body imaging.
● 
May 30, 2009: Gov't refuses to release secret documents.
● 
May 30, 2009: Paying taxes comes back to bite illegal immigrants.
● 
May 29, 2009: Promises, Promises: Battling cyber turf wars.
● 
May 29, 2009: Obama setting up better security for computers. Related link.
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May 29, 2009: ID-theft ruling: Set your own fraud alerts.
● 
May 28, 2009: UK: Seven million 'use illegal files.'
● 
May 28, 2009: Downloaders need to be aware of the legal issues.
● 
May 28, 2009: How to safeguard your data as you travel.
● 
May 28, 2009: Police: Ga. prof in killings taped affair talk.
● 
May 28, 2009: Journalist says she falsely confessed to spying.
● 
May 27, 2009: Why you should hack your own systems.
● 
May 27, 2009: 'New arms race' taking shape in cyberspace: Van Loan. Related link.
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May 27, 2009: Feds drop phone-jamming case against GOP organizer.
● 
May 26, 2009: It's time for the FTC to investigate Mac security.
● 
May 25, 2009: Cyberbullying case brings big changes. Related link.
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May 24, 2009: ITU calls for global cybersecurity measures.
● 
May 24, 2009: The Pirate Bay and a never-ending search for an unbiased judge.
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May 24, 2009: Terrorism arrests: snitch, sting, then controversy.
● 
May 23, 2009: Court orders closure of 72 websites after 12-yeqr-old boy commits suicide.
● 
May 22, 2009: The ultimate lock picker exposes weak military installations, corporate systems.
● 
May 22, 2009: Lebanon spy cases highlight Mideast espionage.
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May 21, 2009: Scientists predict mobile phone viruses will pose a serious threat.
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May 21, 2009: New French law on Internet piracy meets skepticism.
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May 18, 2009: FBI “Going Dark” budget request for high-tech surveillance capabilities soar. Semi-related link.
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May 15, 2009: This is why you make backups. Related link.
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May 15, 2009: California water company insider steals $9 million, flees country.
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May 15, 2009: Organised crime cops seek international hacking powers.
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May 15, 2009: Teen hacking seen as casual activity.
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May 15, 2009: Strong webmail with a twist.
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May 15, 2009: Password paranoia (or, how to melt your own brain). Related link.
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May 14, 2009: Obama reverses stance on release of prison abuse photos.
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May 13, 2009: France to deploy Internet police to fight piracy.
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May 13, 2009: Pentagon worker charged with leaking info to China.
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May 13, 2009: VISA Card doubles as two-factor authentication device.
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May 12, 2009: China deploys secure computer operating system.
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May 12, 2009: Lawmakers adopt bill to punish Internet piracy.
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May 11, 2009: Porn leads to conviction under 'Hacker Law.'
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May 11, 2009: Asking a machine to spot threats human eyes miss.
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May 11, 2009: 30% 'afraid of shopping online.'
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May 11, 2009: TD Ameritrade data theft settlement gets court OK.
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May 09, 2009: Top 10 dangerous technologies.
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May 09, 2009: Rihanna's nude photo scandal. Semi-related link.
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May 08, 2009: DHS job announcement for senior privacy analyst.
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May 08, 2009: Hackers breach US air traffic control computers.
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May 07, 2009: New software application hacks Facebook’s session algorithm.
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May 05, 2009: Does RFID present privacy risks? Related link.
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May 04, 2009: Quantum cryptography breakthrough.
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May 04, 2009: Inventor: SSL not to blame for security woes.
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May 03, 2009: Next up for Pirate Bay defendants: Italian trial?
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May 03, 2009: Federal rules leave medical equipment virus-infected.
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May 03, 2009: Israeli hacker to be extradited to US.
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May 03, 2009: Five things New Zealand's copyright law rewrite must cover.
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May 03, 2009: Exposed: the great password scandal.
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May 01, 2009: Repairman accused of peeping at woman in shower.
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May 01, 2009: Twitter's security woes continue. Related link.
●  April 30, 2009: TV news anchor's suit against co-anchor going to court. Related link.
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April 30, 2009: French hacker gains access to Twitter's admin panel. Related link.
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April 30, 2009: Senators aim to protect electric grid from hackers.
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April 30, 2009: US panel: Religious freedoms ebbing in Russia.
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April 30, 2009: Tyra Banks testifies at alleged stalker's trial.
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April 29, 2009: Report: U.S. cyber warfare needs oversight.
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April 29, 2009: Applications for court approved wiretaps down in 2008.
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April 29, 2009: Companies mine Web clues for signs of pandemics.
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April 29, 2009: 'Scareware' has us feeling vulnerable.
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April 29, 2009: Quantum computers get commercial – and hackable.
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April 29, 2009: Spaceship report lands on police log.
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April 28, 2009: Swedish ISP thwarts copyright cops by erasing data.
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April 27, 2009: BitLocker: TPM won't defend all PCs against VBootkit 2.0.
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April 27, 2009: Wiretaps go mobile to catch cell conversations.
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April 27, 2009: British government backs down over database plan.
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April 27, 2009: The next frontier of Internet legal battles.
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April 26, 2009: Pencils, not pixels: Ireland scuttles electronic voting machines.
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April 25, 2009: Hollywood in showdown over DVD 'ripper.'
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April 24, 2009: Security: The ugly business.
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April 23, 2009: Researchers show how to take control of Windows 7.
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April 23, 2009: US lawmakers target 'Deep Packet Inspection' in Privacy Bill.
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April 23, 2009: Congress concerned about privacy over cable ads.
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April 22, 2009: One third of employees would steal sensitive data.
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April 22, 2009: Nokia: We don't know why criminals want our old phones.
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April 22, 2009: NSA doesn't want sole control of cybersecurity issues.
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April 22, 2009: Intel finds stolen laptops can be costly.
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April 22, 2009: US cyberspace head says security needs team effort.
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April 22, 2009: Congress to hold hearing on cable advertising.
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April 22, 2009: Web founder makes online privacy plea.
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April 21, 2009: NKill aims to catalog vulnerabilities of every computer.
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April 21, 2009: US top court curbs police powers to search cars.
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April 21, 2009: Researcher wants hacker groups hounded mercilessly.
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April 21, 2009: Look who is watching: Side channel leaks. Related link.
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April 21, 2009: BT blocks off Pirate Bay.
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April 21, 2009: Feinstein backs Harman, wiretap release.
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April 20, 2009: FBI workers accused of spying on dressing room.
●  April 20, 2009: Spies breach Pentagon fighter-jet project: report.
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April 20, 2009: Security Alert: Beware of SMS messages that can take control of your phone.
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April 20, 2009: No word on paparazzi in police log on Madonna fall.
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April 19, 2009: Obama: US journalist jailed in Iran was not a spy.
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April 19, 2009: San Francisco Chronicle: Don't put feds in charge of the Internet.
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April 18, 2009: FBI used spyware to catch cable-cutting extortionist.
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April 17, 2009: Black Hat: Researcher releases tool to hide malware.
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April 17, 2009: Is your money at risk between ATMs and banks?
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April 17, 2009: Botnets getting harder to find and fight.
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April 18, 2009: US 'deeply disappointed' as Iran convicts reporter.
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April 18, 2009: Woman says she snooped at Spears' home for film.
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April 18, 2009: Wanted: Computer hackers to help government.
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April 17, 2009: Die Hard movie director indicted in wiretaps case.
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April 17, 2009: Hacking to become a felony.
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April 17, 2009: Hollywood scores win over Pirate Bay, 4 convicted.
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April 17, 2009: Secret documents reveal FBI spyware campaign against hackers.
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April 17, 2009: Saving vs. remembering passwords. Related link.
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April 16, 2009: Verizon: Organized crime behind data breaches.
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April 16, 2009: Senate panel to investigate wiretapping violations. Related link.
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April 16, 2009: Swedish museum to exhibit Pirate Bay server.
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April 15, 2009: Gov't won't classify proxies as "sophisticated." Related link.
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April 15, 2009: Device can track your stray pet. Related link.
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April 14, 2009: Why a national data breach notification law makes sense.
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April 14, 2009: EU to sue Britain over Internet privacy.
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April 14, 2009: US mulls stiffer sentences for common Net proxies.
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April 14, 2009: Identity Theft: A few pennies for your 'thoughts' – and credit card.
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April 13, 2009: Some computers should not be connected to the Internet.
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April 13, 2009: Our ears may have built-in passwords.
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April 11, 2009: Woody Harrelson likens paparazzo to zombie.
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April 09, 2009: Cyber spying a threat, and everyone is in on it.
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April 09, 2009: Giving government power to unplug the Internet.
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April 09, 2009: Hackers reportedly have embedded code in power grid.
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April 09, 2009: Can downloads predict impact for scientific articles. Related link.
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April 09, 2009: French lawmakers reject Internet piracy bill.
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April 08, 2009: US newspaper owners are mad as hell.
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April 08, 2009: Spies compromised US electric grid.
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April 08, 2009: US electricity grid hacked into by Russian, Chinese cyber spies.
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April 07, 2009: Pentagon spends $100 million to fix cyber attacks.
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April 06, 2009: Spy agency warns about complacency over al-Qaida.
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April 06, 2009: Are you infected? A smart and simple test.
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April 03, 2009: Sailor in spy case gets maximum 10-year sentence.
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April 03, 2009: Angry British villagers stop Google maps car.
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April 03, 2009: Chinese spies target PM's email.
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April 02, 2009: Piracy law cuts Internet traffic.
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April 02, 2009: Cloud computing needs better security, interoperability.
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April 02, 2009: Cybersecurity should return to the White House.
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April 02, 2009: Bill would give feds role in private sector cybersecurity.
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April 01, 2009: Electrical engineer cracks code to detect media tampering.
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April 01, 2009:
A new approach for protecting data all the way down the line
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March 31, 2009: U.S. falling far behind on cybersecurity.
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March 31, 2009: Tech firms want agencies on board with 'Cloud' computing.
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March 31, 2009: Cyber war: Army says its systems are hack-proof.
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March 31, 2009: DDoS attack affects half of GoGrid's customers.
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March 31, 2009: FBI nabs robbers with Google Map, spycam mashup.
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March 31, 2009: FBI figures show grim rise in online fraud.
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March 31, 2009: Kaiser fires workers for looking at octuplet mom's files.
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March 31, 2009: Don't fret about Conficker: Here's what to do.
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March 31, 2009: The EU threatens action over Internet companies and their treatment of Web privacy.
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March 30, 2009: Giant Internet worm set to change tactics April 1.
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March 30, 2009: Busting the ghost hackers.
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March 30, 2009: China could use BT network to launch cyber attack and cripple Britain.
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March 30, 2009: GhostNet uncovered.
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March 30, 2009: Chinese spies: Coming to a PC near you.
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March 30, 2009: Tibetan exiles denounce network that hacks into their computers.
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March 30, 2009: China rubbishes cyber-espionage claims.
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March 29, 2009: Canadians find vast computer spy network - report.
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March 28, 2009: Researchers: Cyber spies break into govt computers.
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March 28, 2009: How to protect your privacy on LinkedIn.
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March 28, 2009: Analysis: Are Rootkits a major threat?
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March 27, 2009: Australia says Web blacklist combats child porn.
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March 26, 2009: AT&T to start sending copyright warnings.
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March 26, 2009: Wikileaks sponsor raided by German police.
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March 26, 2009: Researchers can ID anonymous Twitterers.
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March 26, 2009: Volunteers who assist illegal aliens feel tracked.
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March 26, 2009: Why Big Brother must be watched.
●  March 26, 2009: Torrents get invisible as PirateBay plans ultra secure network.
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March 26, 2009: Intruder alert: 'Smart Dew' will find you.
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March 25, 2009: Pentagon hacker Analyzer suspected of $10m cyberheist.
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March 25, 2009: 10 security threats to watch out for in 2009.
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March 25, 2009: Israelis bring down Hizbullah Web site - report.
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March 24, 2009: Newfangled rootkits survive hard disk wiping.
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March 24, 2009: Most electronic voting isn't secure, CIA expert says.
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March 22, 2009: Diebold admits voting machine flaw.
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March 21, 2009: Report: Smart-grid hackers could cause blackouts.
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March 20, 2009: MS security assessment tool is a game changer.
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March 23, 2009: More Internet predators are challenging agents.
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March 21, 2009: Google forced to pull Street View images.
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March 20, 2009: Intel chip vulnerability could lead to stealthy rootkits.
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March 20, 2009: Australian Internet `blacklist' prompts concern.
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March 19, 2009: Chinese high-tech spy case inches closer to trial.
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March 19, 2009: Boffins sniff keystrokes with lasers, oscilloscopes.
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March 19, 2009: Microsoft adds shortcuts, security to new browser.
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March 18, 2009: Apocalypses.
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March 18, 2009: U.S. Military girds for battles in cyberspace.
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March 18, 2009: Guidelines on unsafe cryptographic algorithms.
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March 18, 2009: Feds: Hacker disabled offshore oil platforms' leak-detection system.
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March 18, 2009: FTC asked to investigate Google's privacy breaches.
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March 18, 2009: Information warfare: Ideas are sometimes stronger than bombs.
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March 17, 2009: Man accused of hacking for nude teen pics.
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March 17, 2009: Australia censors Wikileaks page.
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March 16, 2009: Memory switch could enable brain hacks. Related link.
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March 16, 2009: Auditors: IRS should scan servers weekly.
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March 16, 2009: Monster bites its creator.
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March 15, 2009: Satellite piracy costing TV industry billions.
●  March 15, 2009: How to tell, what to do if computer is infected.
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March 15, 2009: Stolen-data trove offers look inside a botnet.
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March 14, 2009: Mobile security looming as new hacker frontier.
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March 14, 2009: If you want the future, look to the hackers.
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March 14, 2009: Google Voice: No privacy remains.
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March 14, 2009: People search engines – the newest Web privacy threat.
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March 13, 2009: Ways to use public Wi-Fi safely.
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March 13, 2009: Hackers foil Ticketmaster Web site security for pricey resale.
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March 12, 2009: Hackers transfer $200,000 out of school’s bank account. Related link.
●  March 12, 2009: Berners-Lee: Semantic Web will have privacy built-in.
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March 11, 2009: ISPs must comply with snooping law from Sunday.
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March 11, 2009: Berners-Lee says no to Internet snooping.
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March 11, 2009: Google to base ads on surfing behaviour.
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March 11, 2009: Los Alamos researchers create map of science.
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March 11, 2009: One-eyed filmmaker conceals camera in prosthetic.
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March 10, 2009: Search engines: Slam the door on what info they can collect.
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March 10, 2009: Swedish police claim major Internet-piracy bust.
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March 09, 2009: More charges for Palin hacker.
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March 07, 2009: U.S. cyber security director quits.
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March 07, 2009: Tax time a feast for ID thieves.
●  March 05, 2009: Pirate Bay trial comes to an end.
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March 05, 2009: MPAA claims RealNetworks destroyed evidence in DVD copying case.
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March 05, 2009: DOJ releases previous administration's secret OLC memos.
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March 05, 2009: EFF opens new anti-snooping site.
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March 05, 2009: Google Earth faces terrorist target airbrush bill.
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March 04, 2009: New South Wales Police to allow secret searches – hacking.
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March 03, 2009: The fantasy and reality of government security.
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March 03, 2009: The PC may be new, but the software is old and dangerous.
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March 03, 2009: Study looks inside the minds of identity thieves.
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March 03, 2009: Prosecutor seeks prison terms in Pirate Bay filesharing case.
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March 02, 2009: Prime Minister's health records breached in database attack.
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March 02, 2009: Pirate Bay ISP won't bow to copyright cop demands.
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March 01, 2009: Shocking: FBI can eavesdrop even when cell phone is turned off.
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February 27, 2009: Employees should get online security training.
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February 27, 2009: As crunch bites, don't neglect the logs.
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February 27, 2009: Homeland Security secretary proposes increases for domestic surveillance programs.
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February 26, 2009: It's not always about money; sometimes hackers just hate you.
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February 26, 2009: Pirate Bay 'not directly linked' to industry damage.
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February 26, 2009: Obama Administration supports telco spy immunity.
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February 26, 2009: Bluetooth is not a dental condition.
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February 26, 2009: FCC fines small telcos on customer info rules.
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February 23, 2009: Ireland's biggest Internet provider has agreed to block Pirate Bay.
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February 20, 2009: Laptop facial recognition hacked.
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February 20, 2009: Nevada bill would outlaw RFID security research, EFF says. Related link.
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February 20, 2009: Landmark trial half over – Pirate Bay crew celebrates early victories.
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February 19, 2009: Data protection lawyer appointed to lead DHS privacy efforts.
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February 19, 2009: Pirate Bay jokes with the prosecution, dissuades hackers.
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February 19, 2009: Hoover investigated rumors that Valenti was gay.
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February 19, 2009: US files new lawsuit in UBS bank secrets case.
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February 18, 2009: Air Force unplugs bases' Internet connections.
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February 18, 2009: Facebook 'withdraws' data changes.
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February 18, 2009: Next-generation IT security is need of the hour.
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February 18, 2009: 41 months in prison for Texas software pirate.
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February 18, 2009: Prosecutor drops one of the charges in Pirate Bay trial.
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February 17, 2009: Internet medical records/prescriptions included in stimulus bill.
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February 17, 2009: Facebook users protest retention of information.
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February 17, 2009: Satellite-hacking boffin sees the unseeable.
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February 14, 2009: Email tracking: Electronic evidence firm grilled over absent memos.
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February 13, 2009: Hackers breach Taco Bell drive-thru radio system.
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February 13, 2009: Internet piracy trial of the decade to begin.
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February 13, 2009: World's greatest hacker says Obama's BlackBerry can be breached.
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February 13, 2009: Delfigo thwarts hackers with typing behavior security.
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February 12, 2009: Consumer groups: FTC online ad policy falls short.
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February 10, 2009: EU signs pact with Internet networking sites.
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February 10, 2009: Obama begins cybersecurity review.
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February 09, 2009: Users of prescription drugs being tracked in Arizona.
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February 09, 2009: Attorney general is reviewing state secret claims.
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February 09, 2009: HP urges LaserJet users to patch printers.
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February 08, 2009: Kaiser Permanente: Employee data breached, identity theft reported.
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February 08, 2009: JuicyCampus, home to nasty school gossip, dries up.
●  February 06, 2009: Could remote drug delivery devices be hacked?
●  February 05, 2009: War Dialing: Is it still relevant?
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February 05, 2009: Businesses risking 'long-term pain' with Skype.
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February 04, 2009: Do you know where your kid or loved one is? Check Google's maps.
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February 04, 2009: Using caution with USB flash drives.
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February 04, 2009: Experts question fallout from new Monster hack.
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February 04, 2009: FBI warns of money mule scams.
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February 03, 2009: RFID chips can now be read through metal.
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February 03, 2009: FBI uncovers worldwide $9M ATM card scam.
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February 02, 2009: Olympic gold medal winner Michael Phelps caught with cannabis pipe.
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February 02, 2009: Sony points to finger veins for gadget security.
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February 01, 2009: Microsoft charges employee with spying, fraud, misappropriation of trade secrets.
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January 29, 2009: US economy narrowly avoids hacking disaster.
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January 29, 2009: NASA agent spills UFO beans.
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January 29, 2009: How to guard your trade secrets and why you must.
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January 28, 2009: International Privacy Day - January 28, 2009.
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January 27, 2009: Study: Airport Wi-Fi unprotected.
●  January 26, 2009: Privacy International slams government data sharing law.
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January 23, 2009: Remembering the '1984' Super Bowl Mac ad.
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January 22, 2009: Heartland data breach sparks security concerns in payment industry.
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January 21, 2009: Obama to get 'super-encrypted' BlackBerry.
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January 21, 2009: How to keep your laptop data private and safe. Related link.
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January 18, 2009: IRS taxpayer data is insecure.
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January 16, 2009: FBI calls for global co-operation on cyber crime.
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January 16, 2009: Single drive wipe protects data, research finds. WindowWasher link.
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January 16, 2009: Indian Police on the hunt for poorly secured wireless connections.
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January 16, 2009: WiFi WPA/WPA2 weak passwords cracked by ElcomSoft wireless security advisor.
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January 15, 2009: Software developed to stop zero-day attacks.
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January 14, 2009: Supreme Court says law enforcement database errors okay.
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January 14, 2009: Government is responsible for 1 out of 5 private data breaches.
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January 14, 2009: Anti-worm defence could be automated, says researcher.
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January 13, 2009: Privacy complaint filed over cell phones.
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January 13, 2009: Paris Hilton website violated by Trojan-spreaders.
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January 13, 2009: New in-session phishing attack could fool experienced users.
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January 13, 2009: Should ISPs be responsible for cutting Internet service of pirates?
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January 12, 2009: Why Obama will lose his BlackBerry.
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January 12, 2009: China closes 91 Websites in crackdown.
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January 12, 2009: Loss of 30 million files fails to end risky procedures.
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January 10, 2009: Euro-Police hacking goes out of control.
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January 09, 2009: Judge rejects Feds' attempts to snoop on touch tones.
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January 09, 2009: Old hard drives must be destroyed. WindowWasher link.
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January 08, 2009: Details of Twitter hack disclosed.
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January 08, 2009: VeriSign educates taxpayers about EV SSL in light of IRS’s new security and privacy standards.
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January 07, 2009: FBI warns of cyber attack threat.
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January 06, 2009: Famous Twitterers get hacked.
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January 05, 2009: Alarm systems at risk: UL establishes a higher security requirement for magnetic switches.
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January 04, 2009: Anti-Israel group wreaks havoc with Israeli Web sites.
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January 03, 2009: UK government to outsource Internet tracking.
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January 02, 2009: Are ID cards in Britain the road to 1984.
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December 30, 2008: Experts uncover weakness in Internet security.
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December 28, 2008: UK government looking to censor Internet.
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December 26, 2008: Uproar in Australia over plan to block Web sites.
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December 24, 2008: Problems seen in e-voting overseas.
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December 22, 2008: Activists sue to ban voting touch screens.
●  December 22, 2008: Small laptops pose a big security threat.
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December 22, 2008: Chinese lawmakers consider tough penalties on hackers.
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December 22, 2008: The 2008 cybercrime naughty list.
●  December 21, 2008: NSA patents a way to spot network snoops.
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December 21, 2008: Does the Internet need its own Police Force?
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December 20, 2008: Police: Hilton's home burglarized, jewelry missing.
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December 18, 2008: Judge: No order to state to reveal computer sites.
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December 18, 2008: Canadian business man hit by Bulgarian hackers for 53K.
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December 18, 2008: Are banks short-changing you on security?
●  December 16, 2008: Microsoft issuing emergency fix for browser flaw.
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December 15, 2008: McCain campaign BlackBerry yields sensitive data.
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December 13, 2008: McCain campaign leaks crucial data.
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December 13, 2008: Hackers responsible for Rainforest destruction.
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December 13, 2008: Electronic votes mysteriously vanish in Ohio election.
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December 12, 2008: GPS, hidden cameras watching over Baby Jesus.
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December 11, 2008: Dreams may no longer be secret with Japan computer screen.
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December 11, 2008: International Human Rights Day 2008.
●  December 10, 2008
: Study: PC infections plague wire-transfer shops.
●  December 10, 2008
: 1st vs. 5th Amendment: The political argument against health IT.
●  December 09, 2008
: Quantum encryption broken with time travel?
●  December 09, 2008
: Employers face double-edged recession-driven sword from staff.
●  December 09, 2008
: Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich arrested on corruption charges.
●  December 09, 2008
: Bad economy helping Web scammers recruit 'mules.'
●  December 09, 2008
: US Customs may be forced to leave electronic devices alone.
●  December 08, 2008
: Madonna wins privacy case against UK tabloid.
●  December 08, 2008
: Panel urges Obama to consider hacker-response plan.
●  December 08, 2008: China irks U.S. on computer security.
●  December 08, 2008
: U.S. 'losing' battle to boost Online security, report finds.
●  December 07, 2008
: Internet security is broken, and no one knows how to fix it.
●  December 03, 2008
: GPS tracking device found on Simon Cowell’s car.
●  December 02, 2008
: Pitt hates the paparazzi, talking about his family.
●  December 01, 2008
: HMRC data loss was preventable, says government advisor.
●  December 01, 2008
: Former UCLA hospital worker admits selling records.
●  December 01, 2008
: Europe to get cybercrime alert system.
●  November 28, 2008
: Russia is suspected in U.S. military cyberattack.
●  November 28, 2008
: Lori Drew found guilty on three misdemeanor charges.
●  November 27, 2008
: Boy George reported data theft.
●  November 25, 2008
: Philadelphia TV anchor on CBS KYW-TV convicted of hacking.
●  November 24, 2008
: Underground economy thriving Online, report says.
●  November 24, 2008
: Verizon workers fired in Obama phone account breach.
●  November 24, 2008
: Opinion: In-flight Wi-Fi is a bad, bad thing.
●  November 24, 2008: Hands-off hackers: Crooks opt for surgical strikes.
●  November 23, 2008
: After cell phone loss, wife’s nude pics end up online.
●  November 21, 2008
: Engineers sentenced to 1 year for espionage case.
●  November 21, 2008
: Verizon staff had unauthorized access to Obama's cell.
●  November 20, 2008
: China targets U.S. computers for espionage, report warns.
●  November 19, 2008
: Hot or not: Software update vulnerabilities.
●  November 18, 2008
: Researcher pokes holes in Bluetooth security improvements.
●  November 18, 2008: Cyberbullying trial set to begin.
●  November 18, 2008
: EPIC complaint leads to halt of Stalker Spyware distribution.
●  November 16, 2008
: Detection of Trojan control channels.
●  November 14, 2008
: Palin hacker denies felony charge, and being a "hacker."
●  November 13, 2008
: Is there a privacy risk in Google Flu Trends?
●  November 13, 2008
: Web tracker NebuAd sued over privacy claims.
●  November 12, 2008
: Notorious spam-linked Web hosting service goes offline.
●  November 12, 2008
: Deputies investigate battery claim against actor Brad Garrett.
●  November 10, 2008
: WiFi: Security experts reveal details of WPA hack.
●  November 10, 2008
: Report: Natalee Holloway suspect involved in Thai sex trafficking.
●  November 10, 2008
: YouTube Video: Joran van der Sloot trafficking Thailand girls.
●  November 10, 2008
: Seagate intros 500 GB self-encrypting laptop drives.
●  November 07, 2008
: How to secure laptops from U.S. Government's prying eyes.
●  November 07, 2008
: Carona trial testimony: Sheriff gave badges, permits for money.
●  November 07, 2008
: Chinese hack into White House network.
●  November 07, 2008
: Obama, McCain campaign computers hacked.
●  November 06, 2008
: Judge to examine warrantless spying docs in chambers.
●  November 06, 2008
: Ex-AMD employee allegedly stole $1B Intel secrets.
●  November 06, 2008
: Hackers plant malware on Obama Web site.
●  November 06, 2008
: Report: 'Foreign entity' hacked Obama, McCain PCs.
●  November 05, 2008
: How hackers attack smart cards and why you need to worry.
●  November 03, 2008
: Inflexible security? Lighten up.
●  November 03, 2008
: Google's growth makes privacy advocates wary.
●  November 03, 2008
: Obama's aunt the focus of visa scandal.
●  November 02, 2008
: Judge orders White House to produce wiretap memos.
●  November 01, 2008
: Paparazzo's suit against Keanu Reeves goes to jury.
●  October 31, 2008
: State Department warns of possible identity theft.
●  October 31, 2008
: Eindhoven researchers crack Internet security of the future.
●  October 31, 2008
: Whistle-blowers get little help if punished.
●  October 30, 2008
: Wikileaks/Pirate Bay: How to dismantle a billion dollar industry.
●  October 29, 2008
: Key duplication: A picture is worth a thousand locksmiths.
●  October 29, 2008
: Optical firewall aims to clear Internet security bottlenecks.
●  October 29, 2008
: IBM researchers show off new weapon in fight against online fraud.
●  October 27, 2008
: "Joe the Plumber" database snooping under investigation.
●  October 27, 2008
: Researchers find problems with RFID passport cards.
●  October 26, 2008
: Bring Net snoopers to justice. See 'Notice' below.
●  October 25, 2008
: “Joe the Plumber" data compromised by government insider.
●  October 25, 2008
: Woman faces jail for hacking her virtual husband to death.
●  October 23, 2008
: Symantec, McAfee upgrade security software. Related link.
●  October 23, 2008
: Microsoft's urgent security update: What it means.
●  October 22, 2008
: Hackers' mind-set: They've done nothing wrong.
●  October 20, 2008
: Miley Cyrus hacker raided by FBI.
●  October 20, 2008
: Your privacy is an illusion: UK attacks civil liberties.
●  October 20, 2008: Supreme Court takes on identity theft case involving illegal aliens.
●  October 16, 2008
: Treasury office faults IRS computer security.
●  October 15, 2008
: Researchers expect hackers to prey on cell phones.
●  October 14, 2008
: US authorities shutter worldwide spam operation. Wikileaks is next.
●  October 14, 2008
: Wi-Fi: Blackmailing hacker hijacks hotel e-mails. Wikileaks.
●  October 13, 2008
: Wi-Fi encryption system no longer enough to protect wireless data.
●  October 11, 2008
: FBI files show long hunt for Jack Anderson sources.
●  October 10, 2008
: `Paparazzo' may be bad word in Reeves case.
●  October 10, 2008
: World Bank under cyber siege in 'unprecedented crisis.'
●  October 09, 2008
: Boffins unveil commercial network which uses the laws of physics to keep data being transferred completely secure.
●  October 09, 2008
: Review: Tiny flash drives improve their security.
●  October 08, 2008
: Next generation of super-secure Internet networks revealed.
●  October 08, 2008
: Tennessee politician's son indicted for hacking into Palin's e-mail.
●  October 07, 2008
: Nearly 50% of college students would give up beer before Wi-Fi.
●  October 06, 2008
: Study: Hotel Wi-Fi network security lacking.
●  October 06, 2008
: Your mobile secrets uncovered.
●  October 05, 2008
: YouTube Video: Peeping tom landlord accused of spying on tenant.
●  October 04, 2008
: Supremes mull whether bad databases make for illegal searches.
●  October 04, 2008
: Homeland Security seeks cyber counterattack system.
●  October 03, 2008
: Laser cracks 'unbreakable' quantum communications.
●  October 03, 2008:
Encrypted image backups open to new attack.
●  October 03, 2008:
Credit card processors finally get clue, will ban WEP.
    Note: Entities
 who offer Wi-Fi service to customers and to the public should be required by law to use password
    protection, and the newest format of Wi-Fi encryption, and be required to post signs/notices of version type
    currently deployed. WPA2 is the most advanced standard available for Wi-Fi today.
●  October 02, 2008:
Attorney: Paparazzi called in tip on Locklear.
●  September 29, 2008: House eyes stronger data protection.
●  September 25, 2008:
Encryption key management: Critically important, frighteningly immature.
●  September 24, 2008:
Who's to blame for Bill O'Reilly hack?
●  September 23, 2008:
US Senators seek rights protections in FBI probes.
●  September 23, 2008:
Wikileaks.org Web site states: "We are of assistance to peoples of all countries who wish
    to reveal unethical behavior in their governments and institutions." So then what does hacking into Bill O'Reilly
    Web site have to do with unethical behavior? The only unethical behavior going on here are the invasion of privacy
    comments posted on Wikileaks by their cohorts that is a liberal egregious act to say the least.
Learn more.

●  September 22, 2008:
O'Reilly Factor attracts hacker after dare.
●  September 22, 2008:
FBI searches Tenn. student's apartment in Palin hacking case.
●  September 21, 2008:
Big Brother's cafe watches you eat.
●  September 20, 2008:
Did hackers do it? Damage to collider forces 2-month halt.
●  September 20, 2008:
Wikileaks posts Bill O'Reilly Web site data.
●  September 19, 2008:
Voyeurs outraged by whistleblower.
●  September 19, 2008:
Son of Obama campaign leader may be Palin hacker.
●  September 18, 2008:
EFF sues NSA, President Bush, and Vice President Cheney to stop illegal surveillance.
●  September 18, 2008: DOJ view on email privacy may hamper prosecution of Palin hackers.
●  September 18, 2008:
Sara Palin: Invasion of privacy versus in the public interest.
●  September 18, 2008:
Scientists find world's largest prime numbers.
●  September 17, 2008:
Senate panel rejects weakening FISMA bill.
●  September 17, 2008:
Hackers break into Sara Palin's private e-mail account.
●  September 17, 2008:
Crackdown on 'suicide websites.'
●  September 16, 2008:
New York offers RFID-embedded driver's licenses.
●  September 15, 2008:
Keyloggers beaten by new crypto utility.
●  September 15, 2008:
U.S. cybersecurity is weak, GAO says.
●  September 14, 2008:
Google will tap into our brains.
●  September 14, 2008:
Atom-smasher hacked.
●  September 13, 2008:
Japan jumps to lead in cyberattacks.
●  September 12, 2008:
Child abusers adopt blackmail tactics.
●  September 12, 2008:
'Cybersecurity' worries spur Congress to rethink electrical grid.
●  September 11, 2008:
IPhone takes screenshots of everything you do.
●  September 11, 2008:
Kanye West arrested in airport dustup with paparazzi.
●  September 11, 2008:
Scientific American: The future of privacy.
●  September 10, 2008:
Manipulation: Pump and dump scam hacker banged up.
●  September 09, 2008:
Groups warn of growing government secrecy.
●  September 06, 2008:
Webcam voyeur spends four years in prison.
●  September 06, 2008:
High-resolution satellite launched in California.
●  September 05, 2008:
Libertarian Barr, EPIC outline privacy agenda.
●  September 05, 2008:
CIA, FBI push 'Facebook for spies.'
●  September 05, 2008:
Iraq govt reacts sharply to US spying allegations.
●  September 05, 2008:
Judge tentatively refuses to dismiss Internet suicide case.
●  September 03, 2008:
Charges filed in McConaughey surf battle.
●  September 03, 2008:
CEO of embattled Web-tracking firm NebuAd leaves.
●  September 02, 2
008: FBI taped more than 100 of Alaska Sen. Stevens' phone calls in public corruption case.
●  August 27, 2008:
MIT Lincoln Laboratory software aims to thwart cyber hackers.
●  August 27, 2008:
Best Western rebuts claims of massive data breach.
●  August 26, 2008:
New evidence debunks overly curious egocentric peace loving mark of the beast 'stupid'
    Neanderthal myth
. Related link.
●  August 26, 2008:
FBI: Phone record seizure was miscommunication.
●  August 26, 2008:
FBI investigates hacked FEMA phones.
●  August 25, 2008: Google finds no privacy on private roads.
●  August 24, 2008:
Sioux Falls man charged with privacy invasion.
●  August 23, 2008: Newsman spied on anchor for years.
● 
August 21, 2008: Scientists design shield to prevent deadly pacemaker hack.
● 
August 20, 2008: Senators: FBI rules could target innocent people. The Senate report fails to address the amount
    of victims they estimate will be harassed, manipulated, setup for losses and murdered by public officials, agents of,
    informants, and their cohorts over a period of years due to out-of-control electronic voyeurism, if, or when the new
    Justice Department rules are adopted.
● 
August 16, 2008: U.S. may ease police spy rules. Who's going to police the police?
● 
August 16, 2008: Defense Spooks: Let's control enemy minds. Related link.
● 
August 16, 2008: Guess what? Military funds mind-reading science. Related link.
●  August 14, 2008:
Newly released files show Julia Child was a spy.
●  August 13, 2008:
Pentagon puts hold on USAF cyber effort.
●  August 13, 2008:
Police turn to secret weapon: GPS device.
●  August 13, 2008:
Fliers without ID placed on TSA list.
●  August 13, 2008:
US failing to prosecute online criminals.
●  August 12, 2008:
Homeland Security setting up counterspy unit.
●  August 12, 2008:
US court won't resurrect lawsuit in CIA leak case.
●  August 12, 2008:
Russian hackers continue attacks on Georgian sites.
●  August 12, 2008:
Researchers crack Medeco high-security locks with plastic keys.
●  August 11, 2008:
Georgian president's Web site moves to Atlanta after alleged Russian attacks.
●  August 11, 2008:
Cyberattacks knock out Georgia's Internet presence.
●  August 11, 2008:
Vista blown open by unstoppable hack.
●  August 10, 2008:
Wi-Fi security software can't stop passive attacks.
●  August 09, 2008:
FBI to newspapers: Sorry about your phone records.
●  August 08, 2008:
W.Virginia offers licenses for those who fear 'beast.' Related link.
●  August 07, 2008:
French reporters at Black Hat booted from conference for hacking fellow reporters.
●  August 07, 2008:
Major Internet security flaw also affects e-mail, researcher says.
●  August 06, 2008:
Hackers target Google Gadgets.
●  August 06, 2008:
Researchers develop next-generation computer antivirus system.
●  August 06, 2008:
'Ringleader' of retail hacking ring was Fed informant.
●  August 05, 2008:
Giant online security hole getting fixed, slowly.
●  August 05, 2008:
Gun-control groups fear top activist was NRA spy.
●  August 05, 2008:
UCLA's medical record spying problem worse than thought.
●  August 05, 2008: