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Hacking, the National Security Agency and cyberwarfare

Who gets to vote?

The 2018 Georgia governor’s race has become a battleground for many of America’s most pressing concerns about democracy.


Post-Paris push against encryption has been long coming

The law enforcement community has long been searching for a wedge to try to change the tenor of the public debate over privacy and surveillance since Edward Snowden’s leaks about mass surveillance programs in 2013, and activity in the wake of the Paris attacks is no exception.

Nov 20, 2015

Is digital freedom good for business in Silicon Valley?

Google outperformed several other tech giants in Silicon Valley on digital freedom of expression and Internet privacy, including competitors Twitter and Facebook, according to a newly released index of corporate responsibility from the research consortium Ranking Digital Rights.

Nov 17, 2015

It’s terrifyingly simple to hack life-saving medical devices

It’s been a breakout year for the so-called “Internet of Things,” in which everyday consumer products can now be connected to the Web, from doorbells and refrigerators to air conditioners and cars – making every aspect of our lives increasingly vulnerable to hackers. Perhaps the most frightening vulnerability to emerge is the cyber threat posed to life-saving medical devices.

Nov 16, 2015
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