Month: December 2013

Navy’s ocean-powered drones to wage underwater warInteresting News

Navy’s ocean-powered drones to wage underwater war

While American drones patrol the skies in war-torn countries like Afghanistan, the United States is also looking to establish a
McAfee sponsored cyber security exhibit in UK museum sidelines Snowden leaksInteresting News

McAfee sponsored cyber security exhibit in UK museum sidelines Snowden leaks

A new UK museum on surveillance and cyber security has refused to include Snowden’s revelations in its installation, sponsored by
US secretly sends Hellfire missiles, drones to IraqWar News

US secretly sends Hellfire missiles, drones to Iraq

In an attempt to beat back gains by Al-Qaeda-linked insurgents, the United States is moving “dozens” of Hellfire missiles and
China jails World of Warcraft cybercrime groupMore News

China jails World of Warcraft cybercrime group

A real prison term for selling gold and guns in the online game World of Warcraft? Easy answer: ten men
McDonald’s takes down employee website following ridiculeRandom News

McDonald’s takes down employee website following ridicule

Following repeated backlash over the advice handed out on its McResource website, McDonald’s has officially taken the page down altogether.
‘Snowden is a very private person’ – Washington Post journalist to RTMore News

‘Snowden is a very private person’ – Washington Post journalist to RT

Edward Snowden has sparked a global debate on mass spying, but he is actually a “private person” who does not
Tapes seized in case of teen who died mysteriously and had his internal organs replaced with newspaperThe Unknown

Tapes seized in case of teen who died mysteriously and had his internal organs replaced with newspaper

The FBI was expected Thursday to seize the original hard drives from the surveillance system at Lowndes High School, where
Egypt formally declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist groupTerrorism

Egypt formally declares Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist group

The crackdown against the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt has intensified, with the government formally listing the group as a terrorist
Bloomberg anchor displays bitcoin on TV, immediately gets robbed by viewerEconomy & Money

Bloomberg anchor displays bitcoin on TV, immediately gets robbed by viewer

Bloomberg TV provided viewers with an important lesson in digital currency when one of its anchors had a gift card
Big Food Companies Push to Label Genetically Modified Products as “Natural”Food & Health News

Big Food Companies Push to Label Genetically Modified Products as “Natural”

Food manufacturers who use genetically modified (GMO) ingredients want permission from the federal government to stamp their products with the
US hits bin Laden son-in-law with new conspiracy chargesTerrorism

US hits bin Laden son-in-law with new conspiracy charges

Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law is facing two new conspiracy charges in his impending trial, as US prosecutors have reportedly linked
Non-denying denial? RSA aims to distance itself from NSA scandalRandom News

Non-denying denial? RSA aims to distance itself from NSA scandal

Security firm RSA denies accusations that it entered into a secret contract with the National Security Agency to promote the
The Hidden History of SantaConspiracy or Not

The Hidden History of Santa

A Christmas themed conspiracy video, even if you think it’s completely ridiculous..
‘No conception of privacy’: Snowden to deliver alternative TV Christmas messageRandom News

‘No conception of privacy’: Snowden to deliver alternative TV Christmas message

Edward Snowden will deliver an ‘Alternative Christmas Message’ on British TV on Wednesday. In his pre-recorded address, the whistleblower calls
America’s first recreational pot licenses issued in ColoradoRandom News

America’s first recreational pot licenses issued in Colorado

Colorado made history on Monday, becoming the first state in the US to issue hundreds of licenses for recreational marijuana
‘Thousands’ killed in South Sudan violence, UN boosts peacekeepers to 12,500Terrorism

‘Thousands’ killed in South Sudan violence, UN boosts peacekeepers to 12,500

The UN Security Council has unanimously voted to nearly double the number of peacekeepers in South Sudan to protect civilians,