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The Rise and Fall of a Bitcoin Mining Sensation

It was 8:45 in the morning of June 13 when Bill Stewart, the CEO of Maine-based bitcoin mining business Dynamics Mining, received a...

You Pay More When Companies Get Hacked

Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for more than 150 days, with no end to the conflict in sight. While Ukrainian...

How Tor Is Fighting—and Beating—Russian Censorship

For years, the anonymity service Tor has been the best way to stay private online and dodge web censorship. Much to the ire...

Russia Is Quietly Ramping Up Its Internet Censorship Machine

Finally, Shakirov says, there is the “restriction of access to information”—blocking websites. The legal ability to block websites was implemented through the adoption...

The January 6 Secret Service Text Scandal Turns Criminal

As the United States midterm elections near, lawmakers and law enforcement officials are on high alert about violent threats targeted at election officials...

Russian ‘Hacktivists’ Are Causing Trouble Far Beyond Ukraine

The attacks against Lithuania started on June 20. For the next 10 days, websites belonging to the government and businesses were bombarded by...

The Post-Roe Privacy Nightmare Has Arrived

The United States Supreme Court yesterday struck down Roe v. Wade, the monumental 1973 decision that guaranteed the right to abortion in the...

In Russia, Western Planes Are Falling Apart

An Airbus A320-232 with the tail number YU-APH made its first flight on December 13, 2005. Since then, the aircraft has clocked millions...

Russia Is Taking Over Ukraine’s Internet

Russia is also trying to control mobile connections. In recent weeks, a mysterious new mobile company has popped up in Kherson. Images show...

How Ukraine Is Winning the Propaganda War

It took two months for Ukrainian officials to acknowledge the story was a myth. “The ghost of Kyiv is a superhero-legend, whose character...
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