FBI Vacates Apple Court Date, Says They May Be Able to Crack Terrorist’s Phone

3/22/16 6:00:30 am
re: #224 CuriousLurker Those are two of the most fake smiles I've ever seen.

After threatening and trying to strongarm Apple into writing special code that would let them unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino terrorists, today the FBI suddenly announced they may be able to unlock it without Apple’s help. The court date set for tomorrow has now …

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Accusations Fly Over Democratic Database Breach

Fingers pointing
12/19/15 7:43:34 am
re: #5 Charles Johnson They're too busy flooding the internet with a bunch of alts acting outraged that the DNC and Hillary are conspiring to destroy Bernie and they will boycott every election if Bernie loses the primaries.

Google Knew About Heartbleed and Didn’t Tell the US Government

Google withheld information about the largest Internet security failure in history
359Jay in Oregon
4/16/14 1:01:01 pm
re: #208 Lidane The fact that these people aren't breaking rocks in some federal prison somewhere puts the lie to every evangelical who claims that the U.S. is persecuting Christians or people who speak out about homosexuality.

Is Privatizing Metadata Collection Really a Good Idea?

From the frying pan to the fire
3/26/14 4:00:16 am
It sounds okay if the public goes for it. What bothers me most about this story is that it's asymmetrical propaganda warfare. The leaker/reporter can say whatever they want. They can spin a fact anyway they want, because the NSA ...
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NSA Review Board Recommends Phone Companies Store Metadata, but Phone Companies Don’t Want the Job

A notable lack of enthusiasm from the private sector
367Unshaken Defiance
1/15/14 6:05:47 am
re: #366 Uncle Obdicut You appear to revel in being hard to please on this. You ignored my explanation of why I refer to myself as pro gun and that you have some anti gun aspects to your position. You ...