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i guess guillermo del toro isn t buying the next metal gear game I guess Guillermo del Toro isn’t buying the next Metal Gear game
THE VERGE VIDEO The breakup of Hideo Kojima and Konami — the creator and the publisher of the action-espionage video game franchise Metal Gear — was long,... 22 hours
Spyware tracks child sex abuse site users
BBC A security flaw in the Firefox and Tor web browsers that tracked anonymous users is discovered. 2 days
can cell providers tell when police spy on their networks Can cell providers tell when police spy on their networks?
CBC Privacy advocates say that the use of a type of surveillance technology called IMSI catchers is... 2 days
Russia hackers: German spy chief Kahl warns of election disruption
BBC Germany's spy chief warns Russia could seek to disrupt next year's elections with cyber attacks. 4 days
German spy chief Kahl warns Russia 'could disrupt elections'
BBC Germany's spy chief warns Russia could seek to disrupt next year's election with cyber attacks. 4 days
Top German Spy Warns of Political Cyberattacks, Russia Links
ABC NEWS Germany's foreign intelligence chief is warning of cyberattacks aimed at political destabilization as the country prepares for an election next year, and says evidence suggests Russian involvement in hacking during... 4 days
Germany's spy chief warns Russian cyberattacks could hit polls
PHYS.ORG Germany's foreign intelligence service chief warned Tuesday that Russia could seek to disrupt next year's elections in Europe's biggest economy with cyber attacks. 4 days
Meet TIM, the LHC tunnel's robot
PHYS.ORG The name's TIM, Robot TIM – meet the spy patrolling the 27-km tunnel of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). TIM, the Train Inspection Monorail, is a mini vehicle transporting a set of instruments along tracks suspended... 6 days
meet tim the lhc tunnel s robot Meet TIM, the LHC tunnel’s robot
CERN VIDEO Video: Noemi Caraban/Ronaldus Suykerbuyk/Christoph Madsen/CERN The name’s TIM, Robot TIM – meet the spy patrolling the 27-km tunnel of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).... 1 week
GoCardless spies a glimmer of hope for UK fintech amid the Brexit gloom
TechCrunch  Despite ongoing uncertainty for business about the impact of the... 1 week
Malware turns PCs into eavesdropping devices
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have demonstrated malware that can turn computers into perpetual eavesdropping devices, even without a microphone. 1 week
Hubble spies spiral galaxy
PHYS.ORG Spiral galaxy NGC 3274 is a relatively faint galaxy located over 20 million light-years away in the constellation of Leo (The Lion). 1 week
the uk is about to wield unprecedented surveillance powers here s what it means The UK is about to wield unprecedented surveillance powers — here’s what it means
THE VERGE The UK is about to become one of... 1 week
Malware that turns PCs into eavesdropping devices demonstrated
PHYS.ORG Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) have demonstrated malware that can turn computers into perpetual eavesdropping devices, even without a microphone. 2 weeks
James Clapper, of NSA-scandal fame, is stepping down - CNET
CNET A remark to Congress by Clapper provided a key moment during the uproar over NSA spying. 2 weeks
Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder can walk on water - Roadshow
CNET Lamborghini has a new Huracan, and with this one, less is more. 3 weeks
2017 Lamborghini RWD Huracán Spyder Release Date, Price and Specs - Roadshow
CNET The joy of top-down motoring with the extra excitement of less grip. That's the new RWD Huracán Spyder. 3 weeks
Lamborghini Huracan RWD Spyder puts 580 horses through the rear wheels video - Roadshow
CNET Lamborghini's latest flavor of Huracan does more with less. 3 weeks
Photoimmunotherapy may be promising treatment option to combat cancer
NEWS MEDICAL When Kerstin Stenson, MD, describes the innovative technique she is helping develop to fight cancer, it seems like she's describing a Tom Clancy military espionage novel. 3 weeks
Edward Snowden: Augmented reality will bring political awareness - CNET
CNET He doesn't play much Pokemon Go, but the man who disclosed massive government spy programs thinks the game's tech will change how we relate to the world. 3 weeks
How President Trump could abuse big data and the surveillance state
TechCrunch  The next Snowden probably will not leak classified details of the NSA’s illegal spying programs. Rather, he’ll use those programs to dig up compromising intel —... 3 weeks
How to create shortcuts to start a Windows Defender scan on Windows 10
Windows Central Here's a quicker way to run certain Windows Defender tasks to keep your computer free of malware on Windows 10. Windows Defender... 3 weeks
Review: Snapchat Spectacles — early impressions of the social network’s first device
9to5Mac Snapchat has sold branded beach towels and ghost backpacks for a while now, but their first real foray into the hardware space launched yesterday: Snapchat... 3 weeks
That Time When a NASA Satellite Spied on Mars Robots
SPACE.COM 20 years ago, the Mars Global Surveyor was a trailblazer among NASA spacecraft, but it also liked to encroach on the privacy of other Mars robots. 3 weeks
CSIS chief argues data was collected legally, but accepts court ruling
CBC The head of CSIS says he wants to "make it clear" that Canada's spy service was "not knowingly exceeding the scope" of its legal authority when... 4 weeks
What you need to know about the CSIS metadata ruling
CBC CSIS has been illegally retaining data for more than a decade, a Federal Court judge has ruled. The ruling is complex, but essentially the domestic spy agency has... 4 weeks
How to use Windows Defender with Command Prompt on Windows 10
Windows Central You can use Windows Defender with command lines to run the antivirus manually or to automate certain tasks, and in this guide, we show you how.... 4 weeks
CSIS broke law by keeping sensitive metadata, Federal Court rules
CBC A Federal Court judge says Canada's spy agency illegally kept potentially revealing electronic data about people over a 10-year period. CSIS Director Michel Coulombe is responding to the... 4 weeks
How to protect yourself (and your phone) from surveillance
CBC How paranoid should you be about surveillance through your smartphone? Very paranoid, says one internet privacy expert in light of revelations that Quebec and Montreal police have been spying on... 1 month
Swiss Prosecutors Shelve Probe Into Spying at Iran Talks
ABC NEWS Swiss authorities have suspended an 18-month investigation into suspected cyber-spying during international talks on Iran's nuclear program last year, saying they have turned up criminal wrongdoing but haven't found out... 1 month
Civilization 6 review on Windows 10: It's time to take over the world
Windows Central The world is sheathed in grey past your capital city. Nearby you can spy copper, Gypsum, and rice. Around you are rivers... 1 month
New image captures gorgeous pillars before stars destroy them - CNET
CNET The Hubble Space Telescope captured its iconic image of the "Pillars of Creation" back in 1995. Now a ground-based telescope has spied the sequel in the... 1 month
Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Spies Schiaparelli Crash Site
ASTRO WATCH NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has spotted the crash site of Schiaparelli, the lander portion of the European Space Agency’s (ESA) ExoMars 2016 mission. Images taken Oct. 25 by MRO’s High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment... 1 month
Wish is raising again, and giving late-stage investors protection
TechCrunch  Wish, a San Francisco-based e-commerce mobile app that’s taken off in the U.S. and Europe by selling watches, clothing and other items extremely cheaply, is raising a new round of funding,... 1 month
Gaia Spies Two Temporarily Magnified Stars
ASTRO WATCH While scanning the sky to measure the position of over one billion stars in our Galaxy, ESA's Gaia satellite has detected two rare instances of stars whose light was temporarily boosted by other celestial objects passing... 1 month
NASA spies spooky dead star glowing at nebula's heart - CNET
CNET Peer into the cosmic horror story of the Crab Nebula and the still-beating remnant of a star at its center. 1 month
Gaia spies two temporarily magnified stars
PHYS.ORG While scanning the sky to measure the position of over one billion stars in our Galaxy, ESA's Gaia satellite has detected two rare instances of stars whose light was temporarily boosted by other celestial objects passing... 1 month
Yahoo releases transparency report in wake of spying revelations
TechCrunch  Yahoo released its semiannual transparency report today, the first issued by the company since Reuters revealed earlier this month that Yahoo scanned its users’ email accounts as the behest of the U.S. government.... 1 month
UK spy agency GCHQ paid NZ firm Endace to power Internet fiber-optic taps
TechCrunch  The 2013 Snowden documents revealed UK intelligence agency GCHQ to be tapping into the undersea cables that carry Internet traffic, covertly gathering... 1 month
NSA contractor faces spying charges
BBC An NSA contractor is accused of stealing vast amounts of government secrets over a 20-year period. 1 month
Trump and Clinton face off in heated final debate video - CNET
CNET The two presidential candidates continue with fiery exchanges in their final debate, sparring over everything from Russian espionage to border security. 1 month
Yahoo to US government: Clarify email surveillance reports - CNET
CNET The internet giant writes a letter to Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, asking him to shed more light on reports that Yahoo built spy tools to scan... 1 month
Window into battery life for next-gen lithium cells
SCIENCE DAILY Dendrites, whiskers of lithium that grow inside batteries and can cause fires like those in the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, are the bane of next-generation lithium batteries. While they usually spread under... 2 months
Possible clouds on Pluto, next target is reddish
SCIENCE DAILY Stern said that Pluto's complex, layered atmosphere is hazy and appears to be mostly free of clouds, but the team has spied a handful of potential clouds in images taken with New... 2 months
Traditional keyboard sounds can be decoded, compromising privacy
PHYS.ORG If you type on your desktop or laptop computer's keyboard while participating in a Skype call, you could be vulnerable to electronic eavesdropping, according to researchers at the University of California, Irvine... 2 months
Typing while Skyping could compromise privacy
SCIENCE DAILY If you type on your desktop or laptop computer's keyboard while participating in a Skype call, you could be vulnerable to electronic eavesdropping, according to researchers. 2 months
Netflix, Amazon battle over German Cold War spy dramas
PHYS.ORG Netflix and Amazon were facing off for a Cold War clash of two German spy series Tuesday after the phenomenal international success of espionage drama "Deutschland 83". 2 months
UK admits it spied illegally for 17 years, is sorry, won't stop
THE VERGE After more than a year of legal struggle, the UK’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal has issued a landmark ruling on the country's secret bulk collection... 2 months
UK spy agencies’ bulk data practices ruled unlawful before 2015
TechCrunch  The oversight court for the UK’s intelligence and security agencies has ruled they operated unlawfully and breached domestic human rights law by harvesting bulk comms data and maintaining... 2 months
UK spy agencies 'broke privacy rules' says tribunal
BBC Spy agencies breached privacy rules when they collected bulk data about UK citizens, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal rules. 2 months
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