The Chinese government seems to be determined to steal sensitive information from the U.S. administration and tech companies, as several cases of U.S. officials colluding with Beijing for personal interests are coming to light.
An American, Ron Rockwell Hansen, who previously worked as a case officer for the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency, is in court for spying on the country for China. He has pleaded guilty to charges of espionage.
In what is one of the biggest security breaches in American history, the hotel chain Marriott recently revealed that the sensitive information of about 500 million customers was hacked during a 4-year period between 2014 and 2018. Media reports suggest…
United Airlines has entered into an agreement with Peter Thiel’s data mining firm Palantir, making it the first airline company in the U.S. to do so. And given the scandalous history of Palantir, many believe that the current deal might…
A Chinese-American researcher has pleaded guilty in a case involving theft of a U.S. company’s drug secrets and to selling the same to certain people from China. This is yet another incident highlighting how Beijing is working against American interests.
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?