Is it time we took a stance against hackers both working for themselves or for law enforcement? We have known for some time now that governments can, and do, sneak into our computers, phones, tablets, and other devices.
Lt. Cmdr. Edward C. Lin, who served on some of the Navy’s most sensitive intelligence gathering aircraft, has now been accused by the service of passing secrets to China.
The National Security Agency (NSA) has been given the green light to continue its controversial bulk collection of Americans’ telephone records, albeit only a temporary go-ahead by the U.S. courts.
Russia is not happy; they have found a group of electronic reconnaissance satellites that have been disguised as space junk.
How about this—miniature, fast, unmanned, non-human controlled micro air vehicles (MAV) that can fly in a cluttered environment UN-NOTICED?
You may have heard recently that “foreign forces” are being blamed for the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.
The 52nd New York Film Festival opens today. Among the rabid film junkies, many are anticipating a last-minute addition to the lineup. A film about Edward Snowden is scheduled to make its world premiere.
Huang Mulan finished her autobiography when she was 97 years old. The book was finally published last year when she was 105. She currently lives in Hangzhou, China.
News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch filed for divorce from his wife of 14 years Wendi Deng on June 13—a Chinese blog has now revealed that she may be a Chinese spy. The PanChinese blog claims Wendi has connections to the…