Jury deliberations begin in trial of alleged Mar-a-Lago intruder Yujing Zhang
Jury deliberations in the case against Yujing Zhang, the Chinese woman who allegedly breached security at Mar-a-Lago, President Donald Trump’s private Florida club, earlier this year, are set to begin Wednesday morning.
Iranian tanker seized by UK now off coast of Syria, Bolton says
US national security adviser John Bolton on Friday shared a satellite image of an Iranian tanker off the coast of Syria, after the Iranian government denied that it was the vessel’s final destination.
Israel Allegedly Installed Stingray Devices Around D.C. to Spy on President Trump
Israel was allegedly behind the Stingray spy devices discovered around Washington, D.C. in 2017, according to an explosive new report from Politico, which notes that they were primarily intended to spy on President Donald Trump and his associates. The Israeli…
Apple takes flak for disputing iOS security bombshell dropped by Google
Apple statement alienates the security community when the company needs it most.
YouTube disabled 210 accounts for spreading disinformation about Hong Kong protests
Google has disabled 210 YouTube channels that the company says “behaved in a coordinated manner while uploading videos related to the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.”
Bahrain instructs citizens to leave Lebanon over security incidents
Bahrain’s Foreign Ministry on Sunday instructed its citizens to leave Lebanon immediately, citing “security events and developments”, after a week of growing tensions raised fears of a new war between Israel and Lebanon’s Hezbollah movement.
MoviePass Customers: Check Your Credit Card Statements for Fraudulent Charges
If you’re a MoviePass customer, you might want to take an extra close look at your credit card statements—or considering replacing your card altogether. Read more…
Inside China’s Crackdown On Human Rights Advocates
Recent arrests of public interest workers have dealt a blow to the country’s now-vanishing civil society groups, which security officials deem as a national security threat.
What Hong Kong’s masked protesters fear – CNN Philippines
What Hong Kong’s masked protesters fear CNN Philippines ‘Braves’ on the frontlines of Hong Kong’s protests Rappler US should side with Hong Kong protesters, says ex-Pentagon chief Jim Mattis The Straits Times Markets have faith in Hong Kong, despite its poor …
Facebook: We Will Half-Heartedly Apply Our Rules Against Fake Profiles to the Feds Too
After the Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reversed a policy prohibiting officers from creating fake social media profiles to monitor people entering and leaving the country last week—something that would amount to a…
DHS to Ramp Up Social Media Monitoring of People Entering the Country
The Department of Homeland Security is stepping up the government’s existing program of demanding people entering the country hand over the details of their presence on social media, CNN reported on Friday. Read more…
Modifying a Tesla to Become a Surveillance Platform
From DefCon: At the Defcon hacker conference today, security researcher Truman Kain debuted what he calls the Surveillance Detection Scout. The DIY computer fits into the middle console of a Tesla Model S or Model 3, plugs into its dashboard USB port, and tur…
Your boss is going to start using AI to monitor you—and labor laws aren’t ready
Our labor laws are weak enough as they are—and technology is constantly helping companies find ways around the ones that do exist to more closely monitor and analyze their workers. Science fiction has long imagined a future in which humans constantly interact…
Alexa, is Amazon remembering all my requests?
Best answer: Yes. Amazon stores your Alexa requests in an ongoing attempt to analyze and improve Alexa’s responses and performance. Amazon does offer users the ability to view and delete these Alexa requests through the Amazon Privacy Hub. See Your Surveillan…
How the NFL—not the NSA—is impacting data gathering well beyond the gridiron
From the archives: Corporations watch the NFL using RFID tags to track player movements.
South Africa has been intercepting all undersea fibre cable Internet traffic
South Africa’s State Security Agency has admitted to bulk interception of communications. Specifically, the agency said that it tapped and intercepted Internet traffic going through undersea fibre cables.
Search Warrants Served in California Boat Fire Investigation
Authorities served search warrants Sunday at the Southern California company that owned the scuba diving boat that caught fire and killed 34 people last week.
Greece Investigates Weapons Missing From Island Navy Base
Greece has launched an investigation after an inspection revealed that weapons were missing from a navy facility on the Aegean island of Leros, its government spokesman said on Wednesday.
Japan Regulator to Launch New Investigation Into Fukushima Nuclear Disaster
Japan’s nuclear regulator said in Wednesday it would launch a new investigation into the Fukushima disaster, to look into how radiation leaked from damaged reactor containment vessels and other factors.
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John Bolton Is Fired. Or Did He Resign?
The national security adviser was ousted after clashing with President Trump over issues like Afghanistan, Iran and North Korea. But whose decision was it?
For Mike Pompeo, a Moment of Singular Influence
Speculation that Mr. Pompeo may serve as President Trump’s national security adviser as well as secretary of state may be fanciful but underscores his increasing influence.
A Debate Recap, and a Debate Preview: This Week in the 2020 Race
Also this week, Kamala Harris releases a long-awaited plan, Elizabeth Warren wants to expand Social Security, and President Trump has a new Republican challenger.
Jacob Wohl Is Charged With a Felony in California
Mr. Wohl, 21, a conservative operative who has promoted politically motivated conspiracy theories, was charged with selling an unregistered security.
Yoga for the Masses. Unions for the Instructors?
As the multibillion-dollar industry expands, teachers are beginning to demand more pay, benefits and job security.
Couple Wanted on Murder Charges Are Captured in Arizona Forest After Hiding for 16 Days
Blane and Susan Barksdale escaped on Aug. 26 after overpowering two private security guards who were transporting them back to Tucson, Ariz., the authorities said.
Apple Can Feel Its Reputation for Bulletproof Security Slipping Through Its Fingers
With its flagship iPhone event just a few days away, it appears that Apple is getting a little nervous about recent reports regarding the state of its lauded security features. On Friday, it took the unusual step of publishing a blog post to refute some recen…
Men Hired to Test Iowa Courthouse Security Arrested After They Did the Job Too Well
Law enforcement arrested two men who broke into Iowa’s Dallas County Courthouse this week, despite their insistence that they had been hired to do so by the state court administration. Read more…
Police: ‘New Evidence’ Recovered in Minnesota Synagogue Fire
Authorities in Minnesota say they have recovered “new evidence” in a fire that destroyed a historic synagogue.
Snowden Says He Hopes France Will Grant Him Asylum
Former U.S spy agency contractor Edward Snowden hopes France will grant him asylum, according to a France Inter radio interview to be broadcast on Monday.
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Missouri Investigation: 12 Ex-Clergy Could Face Prosecution
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt on Friday referred 12 former priests for potential criminal prosecution but stopped short of recommending charges against any top church leaders, despite concluding the Roman Catholic Church was involved in “…
Boat Fire Wreckage Taken to Navy Base for Investigation
Federal investigators identified a violation of Coast Guard regulations that could trigger criminal charges in the California dive boat disaster that killed 34 people.
Alaska Seal Die-Off Spurs Government Investigation
U.S. government biologists are investigating the deaths of nearly 300 Arctic ice seals found on Alaska beaches since last summer, federal officials said on Thursday.
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Tech Companies Won’t Wait for U.S. to Act on Social Media Laws, Microsoft’s President Says
Microsoft Corp President and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith said on Friday that technology companies are likely to change how they moderate online platforms in response to new laws from foreign governments, regardless of whether U.S. lawmakers act…
Spying Claims Spur Calls for Washington Lawmaker Ouster
Washington state may seem ultraliberal, but voters in one of its deeply conservative areas have re-elected a Republican six times who thinks Communists and atheists will destroy the U.S.