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Open Source Intelligence May Be Changing Old-School War

Ford says that the high level of mobile connectivity among Ukrainians and a notable absence of combat footage from smartphones and headcams, especially...

The Surveillance State Is Primed for Criminalized Abortion

In the three weeks since a draft opinion leaked from the United States Supreme Court promising to roll back the federal constitutional right...

How GDPR Is Failing

The French data regulator has, in some ways, sidestepped the international GDPR process by directly pursuing companies’ use of cookies. Despite common beliefs,...

How to Limit Who Can Contact You on Facebook

From the Facebook Privacy Checkup page on the web, you can click Who can see what you share to choose what the default...

North Korean IT Workers Are Infiltrating Tech Companies

As Russia’s full-scale war in Ukraine heads towards its hundredth day, opposition from Ukrainian forces is as strong as ever. At the same...

Spyware Vendors Target Android With Zero-Day Exploits

NSO Group and its powerful Pegasus malware have dominated the debate over commercial spyware vendors who sell their hacking tools to governments, but...

This Hacktivist Site Lets You Prank-Call Russian Officials

Robocalls have become a modern scourge, the destroyer of focus, the nuisance that somehow cannot be eradicated. But perhaps they can, at least,...

Your iPhone Is Vulnerable to a Malware Attack Even When It’s Off

When you turn off an iPhone, it doesn’t fully power down. Chips inside the device continue to run in a low-power mode that...

US Courts Are Coming After Crypto Exchanges That Skirt Sanctions

Cryptocurrencies have long been seen as the Wild West of money transfers, but few online payment and money transfer platforms have been as...

The NSA Swears It Has ‘No Backdoors’ in Next-Gen Encryption

A group of human rights lawyers and investigators called on the Hague this week to bring what would be the first ever “cyber...

How One Company Helps Keep Russia’s TV Propaganda Machine Online

“If the European authorities impose new sanctions against Russian channels, we will stop their broadcast,” the company said. It added: “At this stage,...

The Hidden Race to Protect the US Bioeconomy From Hacker Threats

A new partnership between the cybersecurity nonprofit Bioeconomy Information Sharing and Analysis Center (BIO-ISAC) and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory (APL),...

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