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Photo: Experts say cellphones are possibly carcinogenic Experts say cellphones are possibly carcinogenic
Associated Press - Mon May 30, 2011
LONDON - An international panel of experts says cellphones are possibly carcinogenic to humans after reviewing details from dozens of published studies. More»

Military blocks access to popular video websites
Associated Press - Sun Mar 13, 2011
WASHINGTON - The Pentagon's Cyber Command has shut down Defense Department workers' access to popular streaming video websites including YouTube, Amazon, and Googlevideo. More»

Photo: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange WILL be extradited to Sweden WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange WILL be extradited to Sweden
The Daily Mail - Wed Feb 23, 2011
The founder of whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, will be extradited to Sweden to answer sex attack allegations, a judge has ruled. More»

Photo: Anonymous Takes Revenge On Security Firm For Trying To Sell Supporters' Details To FBI Anonymous Takes Revenge On Security Firm For Trying To Sell Supporters' Details To FBI
Forbes - Sun Feb 6, 2011
If you thought Anonymous limited its cyber attacks to those who blocked WikiLeaks or suppressed free information, you would be wrong. More»

Photo: WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Promoting Freedom of Speech WikiLeaks Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize for Promoting Freedom of Speech
AlterNet - Tue Feb 1, 2011
Whistle-blower website WikiLeaks has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, Norwegian politician Snorre Valen, who was behind the nod, tells Reuters. More»

Shutting Down the Internet
PC Magazine - Sun Jan 30, 2011
There is a bill before Congress that is loosely referred to as the Internet Kill Switch that was introduced by Joe Lieberman and Susan Collins. More»

Georgia Tech Dorm Room Raided in Connection with WikiLeaks Sympathizer Investigation
WTSP-TV - Fri Jan 28, 2011
ATLANTA - An international crackdown on WikiLeaks sympathizers has found a target in Atlanta. More»

Photo: The solar-powered spy plane that will be able to fly non-stop for FIVE years The solar-powered spy plane that will be able to fly non-stop for FIVE years
The Daily Mail - Sun Sep 19, 2010
Boeing is developing a solar-powered unmanned aircraft that will be able to fly non-stop for more than five years. More»

Photo: iPhone-maker rallies workers after China suicides iPhone-maker rallies workers after China suicides
Associated Press - Tue Aug 17, 2010
SHENZHEN, China - Young workers who normally spend their days assembling iPhones and other high-tech gadgets packed a stadium at their massive campus Wednesday, waving pompoms and shouting slogans at a rally to raise morale following a string of suicides at the company's heavily regimented factories. More»

Experts: Vatican Radio transmitters 'pose cancer risk'
BBC - Wed Jul 14, 2010
There is a "coherent and significant connection" between radiation from Vatican Radio aerials and childhood cancer, researchers have said. More»

Photo: NSA to Spy on Critical Infrastructure NSA to Spy on Critical Infrastructure
Wired - Thu Jul 8, 2010
The NSA has a new program called "Perfect Citizen" that lets it monitor the networks of utilities and other "critical" infrastructure to identify potential electronic attacks, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday. More»

FBI wants records kept of Web sites visited
CNET - Tue Feb 9, 2010
WASHINGTON - The FBI is pressing Internet service providers to record which Web sites customers visit and retain those logs for two years, a requirement that law enforcement believes could help it in investigations of child pornography and other serious crimes. More»

Telephone Company Is Arm of Government, Feds Admit in Spy Suit
Wired - Wed Oct 7, 2009
The Department of Justice has finally admitted it in court papers: The nation's telecom companies are an arm of the government - at least when it comes to secret spying. More»

Photo: Expert challenges UFO hacker's $700k bill Expert challenges UFO hacker's $700k bill
Computer Weekly - Mon Sep 21, 2009
The US inflated the $700,000 bill for damages it slapped on UFO hacker Gary McKinnon by stuffing it with costs incurred for patching the gaping holes the hacker had exposed in its computer security, according to a document filed with the Supreme Court. More»

Darpa Budget Cut $130 Million for 'Poor Execution'
Wired - Wed Sep 24, 2008
Congress just cut $130 million from Darpa's budget for next year, citing "poor execution" of previous funded projects. More»

CBS agrees to buy CNet for $1.75 billion
Associated Press - Wed May 14, 2008
NEW YORK - CBS agreed to buy online technology news and entertainment company CNet Networks Inc. More»

Photo: Pentagon bans Google map-makers Pentagon bans Google map-makers
BBC - Thu Mar 6, 2008
The US defence department has banned the giant internet search engine Google from filming inside and making detailed studies of US military bases. More»

US seeks terrorists in web worlds
BBC - Sun Mar 2, 2008
The US government has begun a project to develop ways to spot terrorists who are using virtual worlds. More»

Web site 'Wikileaks' shuttered over post
Associated Press - Mon Feb 18, 2008
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal judge has set off a free speech tempest after shutting down a US Web site for posting internal documents accusing a Cayman Islands' bank branch of money laundering and tax evasion schemes. More»

FBI's Sought Approval for Custom Spyware in FISA Court
Wired News - Tue Feb 5, 2008
The FBI sought approval to use its CIPAV spyware program from the secretive Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in terrorism or foreign spying cases, THREAT LEVEL has learned. More»

Bush wants to beef up Earth monitoring
Associated Press - Sun Feb 3, 2008
After years cutting of budgets for tracking global warming, President Bush on Monday proposed more than a $1 billion increase over the next five years for launching more and better Earth-observing satellites. More»

Voice Risk Analysis System - Lie Detection by Phone
BBC - Thu Dec 6, 2007
A telephone lie detector has discovered that a third of people on benefits called by Edinburgh Council may be cheating the system. More»

Intel official: Expect less privacy
Associated Press - Sat Nov 10, 2007
WASHINGTON - As Congress debates new rules for government eavesdropping, a top intelligence official says it is time that people in the United States changed their definition of privacy. More»

Photo: US accused of making insect spy robots US accused of making insect spy robots
Telegraph UK - Tue Oct 9, 2007
The US government has been accused of secretly developing robotic insect spies amid reports of bizarre flying objects hovering in the air above anti-war protests. More»

Photo: New online tool unmasks Wikipedia edits New online tool unmasks Wikipedia edits
Associated Press - Tue Aug 14, 2007
What edits on Wikipedia have been made by people in congressional offices, the CIA and the Church of Scientology? A new online tool called WikiScanner reveals answers to such questions. More»

Ohio's 2004 Presidential Election Records Are Destroyed or Missing
AlterNet - Tue Jul 31, 2007
In 56 of Ohio's 88 counties, ballots and election records from 2004 have been "accidentally" destroyed, despite a federal order to preserve them -- it was crucial evidence which would have revealed whether the election was stolen. More»

California e-voting machines have more holes than Swiss cheese
The Register - Sun Jul 29, 2007
Hackers hired to evaluate the security of e-voting machines used in California found serious flaws that could allow for vote tampering in all three systems studied. More»

Are Voter Registration Drives Being Put Out of Business?
AlterNet - Tue Jul 24, 2007
In 2004, Floridians overwhelmingly voted to raise their state minimum wage after low-income advocates collected ballot petition signatures, registered thousands of new voters and turned out the vote. More»

Will Electronic Voting Reform Create New Ways to Steal Elections?
AlterNet - Sun Jun 3, 2007
This week, the House is expected to pass the first-ever bill regulating electronic voting. More»

$82 Buys E-Voting Secrets
Wired - Thu Feb 15, 2007
For a mere $82 a computer scientist and electronic voting critic managed to purchase five $5,000 Sequoia electronic voting machines over the internet last month from a government auction site. More»

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