In the latest edition of scraping the barrel of the Snowden leak, The Intercept has released a trove of National Security Agency newsletters. According to one document from 2003, working at Guantanamo Bay is a real blast!
Primavera de 1983 en Camp David (Maryland). El 4 de junio por la noche el presidente Reagan está solo en la residencia, así que decide que es un buen momento para finalizar el día con una película. Reagan acaba viendo esa noche WarGames (Juegos de Guerra). Días más tarde, aún impresionado por el recuerdo de la trama…
Edward Snowden es un ex-empleado de la CIA que reveló al mundo miles de documentos clasificados sobre el espionaje gubernamental que el gobierno de los Estados Unidos realiza tanto en su país como el mundo. Su vida se llevará a la gran pantalla, y este es el primer tráiler.
We saw the first teaser for Oliver Stone’s upcoming true-to-life spy thriller Snowden almost a year ago. But the first official trailer gives us a more complete look at what Stone has done to the true story of this decade’s most infamous whistleblower.
Will the NSA reveal how many Americans they spy on? Maybe! One thing is for certain, they are most definitely working very hard on it.
Uh oh. Has ISIS been reading Gizmodo.com for hot tips? Because intelligence leaders are blaming the press for encouraging ISIS and other terrorist organizations to “go dark.”
The FBI wants Apple’s help to investigate a terrorist attack. Apple says providing this help is the real danger. We’ve reached a boiling point in the battle between tech companies and the government over encryption. And what happens will affect anyone who uses a smartphone, including you.
How long have intelligence agencies been keeping tabs on the internet, and what role did these agencies play in creating the internet we use today? For the most part, these kinds of questions have been relegated to comments sections on random blogs and the occasional tweet from researchers. We’re hoping to remedy that…
La NSA, la agencia de seguridad estadounidense que escuchaba ilegalmente nuestras conversaciones telefónicas y espiaba a placer los servidores más importantes de Internet, está preocupada por la seguridad de nuestros sistemas de cifrado. ¿El motivo? El peligroso avance de los computadores cuánticos.
If you listen to FBI Director James Comey or GOP presidential candidate John Kasich, encryption is a dangerous techno-blight that lets bad guys “go dark” and plot in secret. Actual tech experts are puncturing these scaremongering claims, and a new report tells a very different story: “Going dark” is alarmist nonsense.…
The National Security Agency hacked Israeli drones, working with the UK’s Government Communications Headquarters to surreptitiously track developments in the Middle East, according to a new report from The Intercept.
A new report reveals that intelligence agencies from the UK and US have in the past hacked into the video feeds of Israeli drones and jets. The resulting images depict military operations around Gaza and drones that appear to carry weapons.
La de Rob Joyce ha sido la conferencia más esperada del congreso sobre seguridad Usenix Enigma, y no sin razón. Joyce es el director de operaciones de acceso a medida de la NSA, o sea, el jefe de todos los hackers que espían para la agencia. Paradójicamente, el tema de su conferencia era enseñar a evitar ese espionaje.
The leaders controlling the US surveillance apparatus can’t agree on encryption. FBI Director Comey has hysterically characterized it as a safe haven for evil-doers. A high-ranking Department of Justice official insisted that encryption could cause a child to die. Meanwhile, the National Security Agency’s leaders are…
If you thought the US government’s ability to spy on its citizens had languished of late, think again.
The internet is a big place. There’s so much to read and watch and listen to that it can be overwhelming. We all have those stories that we start, get distracted for one reason or another, and promise ourselves we’ll finish later. Well, if any of those stories were on Paleofuture, here’s your second chance!
At midnight on Saturday, the National Security Agency ended one of its most notorious spying programs. This is only a tiny victory. The NSA’s sprawling, inefficient surveillance apparatus is still a privacy threat.
The National Security Agency is finally shutting down one of its spying programs this weekend. I do not recommend screaming I LOVE ISIS JIHAD into your phone to celebrate.
Well this is something. After years of pressure from activists, the European Parliament just passed a resolution urging its member states to offer protection to Edward Snowden. That would mean dropping all charges against the whistleblower and shielding him from extradition to the United States.