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Assange’s open letter was not ‘explicit’ application for French asylum – WikiLeaks

Published time: July 03, 2015 22:47 General view of the courtyard of the Elysee Palace in Paris (Reuters / Christian Hartmann) WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange’s…

EFF Launches Badge Hacking Contest for DEF CON 23

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is proud to present the DEF CON 23 Badge Hack Pageant (1337 skills required, swimsuit optional). Now is the time to…

‘Wow, pulled back wrong side throttle’: Taiwanese pilot accidentally turned off engine

Published time: July 02, 2015 22:16 Emergency teams remove pieces of wreckage at the site of the crashed TransAsia Airways plane Flight GE235 in New…

EFF Is Turning 25 and We Want to Celebrate With You

We’re the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and we’re thrilled to be celebrating a quarter-century of fighting for digital rights. We’re kicking off this milestone in two…

Greek PM: We aim to seal deal with creditors after referendum

Published time: July 01, 2015 14:41 Screenshot from APTN video Greek PM Alexis Tsipras has…

Penis peppers: Erotically-shaped fruit, veggie ‘rude seeds’ grip Barcelona

Published time: July 01, 2015 06:55 Image from wikipedia.org A new, saucier way to attract…

100 yrs of Russian beauty in 1 min: New video shows century of women’s looks

Published time: June 30, 2015 21:21 Screenshot from YouTube video by Cut Video A lively…

As Diego Stands Trial, Show Your Support for Open Access

“Access to knowledge is a global right.” These are the words of student Diego Gomez,…

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EFF: Obama’s new cybersecurity proposal recycles ideas that should be left on the shelf

EFF: Obama’s new cybersecurity proposal recycles ideas that should be left on the shelf

More needs to be done to protect cyberspace and enhance computer security. But President Obama’s cybersecurity legislative proposal recycles old ideas that should remain where they’ve been since May 2011:…

Hackers hijack Pentagon social media accounts to post pro-Islamic State messages

Hackers hijack Pentagon social media accounts to post pro-Islamic State messages

By End the Lie Major Pentagon social media accounts were hacked Monday by a group that posted pro-Islamic State messages and threatened American troops. Read more: “Reports: woman hunted by…

Reports: woman hunted by police over Paris attacks left country last week

Reports: woman hunted by police over Paris attacks left country last week

By End the Lie Hayat Boumeddiene, the 26-year-old female suspect in the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices and a Jewish supermarket, reportedly left France for Syria several days before…