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ISIS issues propaganda magazine in Russian

Published time: May 27, 2015 21:24 Al-Rahman corps and the Islamic Union for Recruiting the Levant carry their weapons as they pose for a picture…

Logjam, part 2: Did the NSA Know the Internet was Broken?

In part 1, we described the technical details of Logjam. Here we’ll discuss some of the disturbing questions this vulnerability raises about secure communication on…

​ISIS offers fighters free honeymoon, housing bonus, cash to start family

Published time: May 27, 2015 13:03 Reuters Islamic State fighters looking to tie the knot are in luck – the militants are offering its members…

​6 FIFA officials arrested on suspected corruption charges, face extradition to US

Published time: May 27, 2015 06:45 Reuters / Christian Hartmann A major Swiss operation carried out early morning raids on top FIFA officials staying at…

​‘It's time Mrs. Merkel’: German opposition calls on gay marriage referendum after Irish success

Published time: May 25, 2015 13:45 People react as Ireland voted in favour of allowing…

5.6 Tokyo tremor shakes buildings in Japanese capital, halts subway

Published time: May 25, 2015 05:46 Image from earthquake.usgs.gov A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has struck…

GMO that kills: GM-cotton problems drive Indian farmers to suicide

Published time: May 24, 2015 21:05 Reuters / Amit Dave Hundreds of thousands of farmers…

World stands up against Monsanto: Over 400 cities protest GMOs

Published time: May 24, 2015 03:07 People participate in a protest march against Monsanto Co,…

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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…