Cia

11.06.15
Hackers have infiltrated the US arrest records database
11.06.15

Hackers have infiltrated the US arrest records database

The hackers who broke into the CIA director's AOL email address have hit an even bigger target.

By N. Ingraham,   11.06.15
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10.21.15
WikiLeaks publishes CIA chief's pilfered email attachments
10.21.15

WikiLeaks publishes CIA chief's pilfered email attachments

Why you should keep your work and personal emails separate.

By R. Baldwin,   10.21.15
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10.21.15
America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix
10.21.15

America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix

The drone program was supposed to be a "scalpel" that could cleanly excise terrorists with minimal collateral damage. What we got was mosquito hunting with a shotgun.

By A. Tarantola,   10.21.15
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10.19.15
High school student claims to have hacked CIA chief's personal email
10.19.15

High school student claims to have hacked CIA chief's personal email

AOL email security is so weak that even a high schooler can crack it. So of course the director of the CIA would store all of his sensitive documents there.

By A. Tarantola,   10.19.15
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06.12.15
Background info on US spies, military stolen by hackers
06.12.15

Background info on US spies, military stolen by hackers

Wondering how the recently uncovered hack covering personal information from millions of governmen...

By R. Lawler,   06.12.15
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05.23.15
CIA shuts down program using spy satellites to track climate change
05.23.15

CIA shuts down program using spy satellites to track climate change

For most of the past two decades, a handful of climate change scientists have had the CIA's MEDEA...

By J. Fingas,   05.23.15
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04.25.15
The CIA couldn't properly use a mass surveillance program for years
04.25.15

The CIA couldn't properly use a mass surveillance program for years

Whatever you think about the morality of using mass surveillance to catch evildoers, the technolog...

By J. Fingas,   04.25.15
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03.10.15
The CIA is giving its surveillance tech to US law enforcement
03.10.15

The CIA is giving its surveillance tech to US law enforcement

The Justice Department's newest electronic dragnet--plane-mounted "dirtboxes" that can slurp thous...

By A. Tarantola,   03.10.15
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03.10.15
How the CIA planned to hijack Apple's developer tools
03.10.15

How the CIA planned to hijack Apple's developer tools

That your government will spy on you should, sadly (by now) come as no surprise. But, some of the...

By J. Trew,   03.10.15
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