The Chinese Surveillance State, Part 2

The Chinese Surveillance State, Part 2

We hear from a Uighur American who is fighting to free his relatives from one of China’s mass internment camps.

Welcome to the K-12 Surveillance State

Is tech really the solution to student safety?

Information Is Gold

Based on just how the age of Internet is regularly taking in details at a rapid rate. In enhancement to exactly how the public, particularly governmental establishments, are investing extra sources on collecting information than spending on armed forces developments as well as monitoring tasks. On the whole, information or any kind of intel is extra powerful than the resources( money, power, and so on) the public requirements today.

Turkish Police Investigate Kurdish Leaders, Fire Water Cannon at Protesters

Turkish Police Investigate Kurdish Leaders, Fire Water Cannon at Protesters

Turkish police have launched criminal investigations into Kurdish lawmakers and detained scores of people, accusing them of criticizing the military’s incursion into Syria on social media, state media reported.

Kazakh President Orders Investigation Into China-Linked Transport Project

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on Tuesday ordered an investigation into former senior officials who initiated a struggling $1.5 billion Chinese-led project to build a light rail network in the capital.

The Latest: Army Investigating After Training Jump Injuries

The Latest on an Army training parachute accident (all times local):

Acting Homeland Security Chief Booed Off Stage at Georgetown Law

Acting Homeland Security Chief Booed Off Stage at Georgetown Law

Protesters shut down a speech by Kevin K. McAleenan, the latest effort by opponents of the Trump administration’s hard-line immigration policies to let their grievances be known to policymakers.

Indonesia Security Chief Stabbed in Attack Linked to ISIS

A married couple used knives and scissors to assault the minister, a former general, leaving him with two stomach wounds.

How to Find and Use Google’s Brand-New Privacy Tools

Google recently announced a few new features that give users more control over their data, including three new privacy options for Google Maps, YouTube, and Google Assistant, as well as a new tool for monitoring password security. Here’s a quick rundown of ea…

How to Survive Apple’s iOS 13 Update Blitz

I’m one of those people who must always run the most up-to-date version of anything I’m using. Apps? Games? Hardware? If a device or piece of software doesn’t have an auto-updater (and even if it does), I’m constantly checking to make sure it has the latest f…

Twitter Used Your Phone Number to Send You Ads. Now What?

Talk about being caught between a tweet and a hard place. Twitter, in its infinite wisdom, recently admitted that it messed up and used email addresses and phone numbers—provided by users as part of their account security practices—for advertising purposes. R…

Your Samsung Device May Now Be Getting Less Frequent Software Updates

Android users can safely expect new security patches to roll out from Google at a regular clip, but the specific timing depends on your device. Google products, like the Pixel line, usually get new patches every month, while Android phones from other manufact…

Wiranto: Indonesia security minster stabbed by ‘IS radical’

The 72-year-old – a former head of Indonesia’s military – suffers “two deep wounds” to his stomach.

No One Knows About Two-Factor Authentication and Private Browsing

Sounds strange, doesn’t it? As much as we try to promote the importance of this security measure—a secondary means of identifying that whoever is trying to log into your account is actually you—a recent survey from the Pew Research Center indicates that more …

What We’ve Learned From Our Privacy Project (So Far)

What We’ve Learned From Our Privacy Project (So Far)

Privacy is an endlessly complex topic, but a few basic themes are emerging.

As U.S. Takes Aim at Chinese Tech Firms, Trump Signals a Strategy Shift

In blacklisting surveillance companies, the United States is the first major government to punish China for its crackdown on Muslims.