Day: June 24, 2013

US ‘disappointed’ with Hong Kong, kindly asks Latin American countries to stop SnowdenMore News

US ‘disappointed’ with Hong Kong, kindly asks Latin American countries to stop Snowden

The US is “disappointed and disagrees” with Hong Kong’s decision to let Snowden leave the country despite a provisional arrest
Researching Hastings Murder: Hacking Modern CarsInteresting News

Researching Hastings Murder: Hacking Modern Cars

Mercedes-Benz C250 runs a UNIX like real time operating system called QNX. Here is a video which details the vulnerabilities
FBI Performs Massive Virtual Line-up by Searching DMV PhotosTerrorism

FBI Performs Massive Virtual Line-up by Searching DMV Photos

Through a Freedom of Information Act request, EPIC obtained a number of agreements between the FBI and state DMVs. The
USA must not hunt down whistleblower Edward SnowdenMore News

USA must not hunt down whistleblower Edward Snowden

The US authorities must not prosecute anyone for disclosing information about the government’s human rights violations, Amnesty International said after
Egyptian Statue Begins Spinning ON ITS OWNThe Unknown

Egyptian Statue Begins Spinning ON ITS OWN

By Amanda Williams It sounds like the something from the script of a Hollywood action adventure. But the ‘mystery of
Company Sells Pork-Laced Bullets To Fight Islamic TerroristsWar News

Company Sells Pork-Laced Bullets To Fight Islamic Terrorists

An Idaho ammunition manufacturer has developed a new line of pork-laced bullets they hope will fight against Islamic terrorists –
Super Solar Storm Could Leave Western Nations Without Power ‘for Months’Science & Space

Super Solar Storm Could Leave Western Nations Without Power ‘for Months’

A power outage could leave Western nations without electricity for months in the event of a strong geomagnetic storm, a
Mayor Bloomberg BUSTED… Using Taxpayer Money to Fund Mayors Against Illegal GunsMore News

Mayor Bloomberg BUSTED… Using Taxpayer Money to Fund Mayors Against Illegal Guns

With billions of dollars in wealth, Michael Bloomberg still has to rely on the people of New York City to