Day: March 18, 2014

Obama administration censoring records more than ever beforeInteresting News

Obama administration censoring records more than ever before

Despite promising he’d preside over the most transparent administration in United States history, President Barack Obama’s White House is setting
One-tenth of government computers under increased threat of hack after April 8Interesting News

One-tenth of government computers under increased threat of hack after April 8

Come April, hundreds of thousands of computers used by the US government could become susceptible to hackers and cyberattacks, largely
US, UK ‘Enemies of the Internet’ for first timeInteresting News

US, UK ‘Enemies of the Internet’ for first time

The United Kingdom and the US have been branded ‘Enemies of the Internet’ for the first time by Reporters Without
Spy agencies seek to store Aussies’ web-browsing histories, end encryptionMore News

Spy agencies seek to store Aussies’ web-browsing histories, end encryption

The Australian Security Intelligence Organization (ASIO) is pushing for laws that would make telecommunications companies retain their customers’ web-browsing data,
Toy helicopter helped change Feinstein’s mind about surveillance dronesMore News

Toy helicopter helped change Feinstein’s mind about surveillance drones

Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-California) now says she has some serious privacy concerns about domestic drones, but it might have been
Parents, lawmakers fear cursive becoming lost artRandom News

Parents, lawmakers fear cursive becoming lost art

By Cristina Corbin Kids can text on tiny keyboards, convey their thoughts in 140 characters or less and use numbers