By Patrick Armstrong Strategic Culture Foundation December 19, 2017 Sometimes things can be made more complicated than they really are. And such is the case with the story that the Russian government hacked the Democratic National Committee so as to help Trump become president. In July 2016 Wikileaks released a number of documents […]
By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org May 15, 2017 The Exponential Growth of Insecurity There is no such thing as cyber security. The only choice is more security or less security, as the recent hack of the National Security Agency demonstrates. Hackers stole from NSA a cyber weapon, which has been […]
By Ashlee Kieler Consumerist June 1, 2016 50 Breaches In Four Years: Federal Reserve Cybersecurity Incidents By The Numbers Cyber criminals seem intent on trying to crack open the Federal Reserve, at least according to a recent analysis of records that show the agency was the target of dozens of cyber breaches over a […]
Source: http://libertyblitzkrieg.com By Michael Krieger Computer Security Expert Claims he Hacked the ObamaCare Website in 4 Minutes The hits just keep on coming for ObamaCare. It was less than two weeks ago that I highlighted the potential premium rate death spiral that ObamaCare faces due to the fact that only old and sick people are […]
Source: http://libertycrier.com Congress is continuing their plea for a comprehensive cybersecurity bill, and their latest attempt to govern the Web is attracting attention of not just the Internet savvy: a new amendment tacked on to a cybersecurity act includes a provision that deals with gun control.
Source: http://www.corbettreport.com Beyond SOPA: The Past, Present and Future of Internet Censorship By James Corbett grtv.ca 29 January, 2012 When legislators in the US abandoned their support of SOPA and PIPA in the wake of mass popular protest earlier this month, many of those who had been mobilized by the legislation–which would have granted the […]
Source: http://www.digitaljournal.com By Nancy Houser The White House Cyber Security Adviser Howard Schmidt and Commerce Secretary Gary Locke have recently announced a proposal for mandatory virtual ID cards for Internet users, called the “National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace.” Two additional agencies had been in the running for the proposal, in addition to White […]