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Former CIA Director Thinks EU “Gets in the Way” of Security Services

Security is a big issue with companies and governments alike having issues raised when it comes to people’s data. With the UK soon to take part in a referendum, the EU is at the heart of…

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Alleged Teenage Hacker of CIA Director Arrested in UK

Following a reported hack of CIA Director John Brennan’s (pictured) AOL e-mail account last year – which, despite being a personal account, contained sensitive and confidential intelligence – a 16-year-old boy, suspected of carrying out the attack,…

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Government Officials Blame Snowden Leaks for Paris Attacks

In the wake of the tragic and devastating attacks in Paris last week, many questioned why the authorities were unable to predict and stop the attacks. In fact, despite the wide-ranging and intrusive surveillance systems in place, the…

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CIA Director Hacker Reportedly a 13-Year-Old Stoner

Yesterday, we brought you news that CIA Director John Brennan (pictured) was the victim of a hack, with the attackers gaining access to the AOL account he used to share confidential, work-related details. It has now…

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CIA Director Has AOL Account Hacked by Teen

A teenage hacker has claimed to have compromised the AOL account of CIA Director John Brennan. If the news is to be believed, Brennan was stupidly using his AOL e-mail account to send classified and sensitive…

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Secret Apology Letter Reveals CIA Spied on US Senate

The CIA didn’t spy on the US Senate. It said as much, in a rather aggressive manner, while accusing the Senate of impropriety by even suggesting such a thing, throwing out the Inspector General’s report on…

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CIA Couldn’t Use NSA’s Surveillance Program as Analysts Didn’t Know it Existed

A 2009 CIA document – released courtesy of a victorious Freedom of Information lawsuit filed against the US Department of Justice and published by The New York Times – has revealed the US external intelligence service…

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Origin Users Complain of Account Breaches

Users of Origin, EA’s digital game distribution portal, have reported unauthorized access to their accounts, with activity including game purchases, game playing, and in-game currency farming. A number of users have complained about the abnormal activity…

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CIA Jumps Into Social Media Fun, Joins Twitter

Lookout social media, the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is now active on Twitter. CIA officials hope to use social media to engage directly with the public, sharing unclassified information and public service announcements.  Images and videos…

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Edward Snowden Reveals he was Trained as a Spy and Not an Analyst

After leaking information about NSA activities and other secret plots, Edward Snowden makes another statement to the press. This time around, he reveals his own past relations with the secret service and what he actually did…

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CISPA Back For Third Time

C.I.S.P.A. is back again? As I told you in April, it hasn’t quite made it out of the press room. DemandProgress.org shared this information with us today. Apparently Congress leaders seem to want to keep Anti-Piracy,…

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Microsoft Collaborated Heavily With NSA And PRISM Says Report

A new report by the Guardian states that Microsoft worked heavily with the NSA in the PRISM program. These new documents show a few interesting things that might make you worry about the safety of your…

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CIA Hires Virtual Writers To Do Make Their Job Easier

According to a news article on FudZilla, The CIA has been spending big on a new range of software that can analyze a large set of data and write reports on it, something that could spell…