EFF claims Chromebooks continue to spy on kids
Published in News


What a surprise - a Google product spying on people.

Human rights group, the  Electronic Freedom Foundation has complained that Google is continuing to use its Chromebooks to spy on customers.

Verizon starts spying on its customers
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Thanks Donald


Within days of Congress repealing online privacy protections, Verizon is installing software on customers’ devices to track what apps customers have downloaded.

Assange pulled another snow job on the press
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Still on the run from Swedish authorities, President Putin’s favourite propaganda channel Julian Assange has released a trove of documents which show the CIA’s methods of hacking.

Adobe pushed insecure spying Chrome browser extension
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And it can be hacked


Adobe installed a browser extension for Google Chrome alongside an update for the company's Adobe Acrobat Reader DC software.

German spies fear another Putin “fake news” campaign
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Putting in another government he likes

German spooks are worried that after Tsar Putin’s hackers managed to get Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump elected, he is about to use them to select a German government which will do what he tells them.

NSA confirms the Russian hackers were gaming the US election
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Wikileaks were allies

The leader of the National Security Agency (NSA) says there shouldn't be "any doubt in anybody's mind" that there was a conscious effort by “a nation-state” to sway the result of the 2016 presidential election.

Russian whistleblower on run from Putin’s hackers
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Woman who exposed Russian doping scandle fears for her life

A Russian athlete who blew the whistle on Russian attempts to hide its wide scale doping of athletes says she is on the run from Tsar Putin’s hackers.

Chen defends giving snoops access to Blackberries
Published in Mobiles


You gotta do the right thing

Blackberry's boss John Chen has defended giving Canadian spooks secret access to his company's hardware allowing them to spy on suspected terrorists and criminals.

US spooks will use IoTs to spy on you
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Grassed up by your washing machine

The US’s top spymaster has told the world that his agency will use the internet of things as snooping weapons.

Two backdoors in Juniper routers
Published in Network


Copied Cisco

Someone has quietly installed backdoors three years ago in a core piece of networking equipment used to protect corporate and government systems around the world.