ACR Radio | Russia, Trump, our government’s cyber security, cyber warfare, and the state of American society in a post-Snowden environment…
21WIRE + Infosecurity Magazine | GCHQ – ‘Russia A Threat To UK Elections’.
CrossTalk | Vault 7: what does it mean to America, and the expectations of of rights and privacy for the average citizen?
21WIRE + RT | Wikileaks To Give Tech Companies Exclusive Access To CIA Hack Tools.
21WIRE + RT | Wikileaks Says Less Than 1% Of Vault 7 Released.
21WIRE + Wikileaks | New document dump shows exactly how the CIA is hacking us all.
21WIRE | Facebook knows best?
Uber, Google, Twitter, Netflix and Other Tech Giants File ‘Unlawful’ Immigration Retort Against Trump
21WIRE + WP | Silicon Valley amicus brief to be filed with U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
Peter Lavelle | There is mounting evidence alternative news providers are being targeted by censors administrating platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and elsewhere.
Jeffrey Nelson | The impact of technology on business will likely be much greater than anyone expects.
21WIRE + IBT | Americans should be extra skeptical of any talk of Canada as some uptopian cyber-safehaven.
Yahoo! News | It’s not Tony Stark’s Arc Reactor, but NASA’s experimental flight stabilizer represents a breakthrough in space propulsion.
Hacked | An incredibly strong privacy guarantee as it allows no tracking, making Zcash, arguably, more private than paper money.
21WIRE + RT | “Everyday that you publish is a day that you have the initiative in the conflict.”
Mark Harris | Beta testing set to begin in Los Angeles, Denver and Washington for ‘Total Recall-style’ high-speed body scanners.
Shawn Helton | Flashpoint operates as an intelligence asset, in addition to playing a PR role for some recent large-scale incidents – but who are they really?
Stephon Alexander | The unlikely connection between John Coltrane and Albert Einstein.
Shawn Helton | Will Russia be the scapegoat for this latest massive DDoS attack in the US?
21WIRE + Military Update | Analysts are already questioning whether the America’s new cumbersome F-35, or even the F-22 fighter can perform in an S400 controlled airspace.