Highlights From the Horowitz Report on the Russia Investigation
The inquiry by the Justice Department’s inspector general found no evidence of the political conspiracy alleged by President Trump but uncovered flaws in how the case was handled.
The Hoodie Enters the Museum
Few items of clothing are as politically and socially loaded as the hoodie. A new exhibition in Rotterdam tries to explain why.
Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree’s Humble Origins, 60 Years Ago
After Carol Schultz planted the tree, she would tell it, “Someday you’re going to be there.” And now it is.
Read the Inspector General’s Report on the Russia Investigation
The Justice Department’s inspector general released this report into the early stages of the F.B.I.’s Russia investigation.
Amnesty International: Google and Facebook Are a Threat to Human Rights
Amnesty International has compiled a 60-page inventory of cases illustrating how we arrived here in the Google-Facebook surveillance hellscape. It doesn’t tell us much more than we already know, but it pounds and pounds on the message that we’re kneeling befo…
Special Report: White House veterans helped Gulf monarchy build secret surveillance unit
In the years after 9/11, former U.S. counterterrorism czar Richard Clarke warned Congress that the country needed more expansive spying powers to prevent another catastrophe. Five years after leaving government, he shopped the same idea to an enthusiastic par…
Barr Is Said to Doubt Inspector General’s Finding on Russia Inquiry
If the attorney general rebuts the finding that the F.B.I. had sufficient cause to open the investigation, the president’s allies could use his skepticism to dismiss the entire report.
Web Inventor Has an Ambitious Plan to Take Back the Net
Tim Berners-Lee wants to combat the growing prevalence of misinformation, surveillance and censorship.
EFF Challenges Ring’s Spokesperson Shaq To A Discussion About Police Surveillance
Shaq O’Neal was one of the greatest players in basketball history. But as a spokesperson for Amazon’s Ring security cameras, the EFF also calls him the “one man at Ring who might listen to reason,” challenging him to go one-on-one with the EFF’s privacy exper…
‘They can find out anything’: Leaked documents show China’s surveillance of Uighurs worldwide – CBC.ca
‘They can find out anything’: Leaked documents show China’s surveillance of Uighurs worldwide CBC.ca Secret documents reveal how China operates mass detention camps Global News Data leak reveals how China ‘brainwashes’ Uighurs in prison camps BBC News China D…
Watchdog Report on Russia Investigation to Come Out Next Month
The highly anticipated report will examine aspects of the inquiry, including how and why F.B.I. officials opened it.
Amazon’s Ring surveillance doorbell leaks its customers’ home addresses, linked to their doorbell videos
Evan from Fight for the Future writes, “A new investigation from Gizmodo just revealed that anyone, anywhere can get geographic coordinates of Ring devices from Amazon’s Neighbors App. Not only can someone find out where users live, they can use footage to tr…
Selling Surveillance to Anxious Parents
New technology lets parents use cellphones to monitor their children’s location, but also raises questions.
Reported Drop in Surveillance Spurred a Law
Lawmakers were told in July that eavesdropping on certain communications had fallen by 75 percent, helping to set off a furious legislative rush.
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régulièrement les faits de guerre menés par les drones américains à l’intérieur des frontières pakistanaises. Plus d’un est parfois surpris d’apprendre que l’armée belge possède aussi ses propres avions sans pilotes et qu’il en vole parfois au-dessus de nos têtes. Utilisés put des missions d’un tout autre style que celles de leurs semblables américains, les drones belges n’embarquent aucun système létal. Ils sont plus souvent déployés dans l’espace aérien national qu’ étranger. Leurs tâches principales restent la monitoring et la reconnaissance de areas. Apache est allé à la rencontre du 80 UAV Squadron de la défense.
Russia Inquiry Review Is Said to Criticize F.B.I. but Rebuff Claims of Biased Acts
A watchdog report will portray the pursuit of a wiretap of an ex-Trump adviser as sloppy, but it also debunks some accusations by Trump allies of F.B.I. wrongdoing.
What Is End-to-End Encryption? Another Bull’s-Eye on Big Tech
After years of on-and-off debate over nearly snoop-proof security, the industry is girding for new pressure from law enforcement around the world.
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Installation view at the 2006 Biennale of Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia.
An interactive installation including 144 robot fluorescent light controlled by 7 electronic surveillance systems. As people stroll under the piece, the light tubes rotate to develop labyrinthine patterns of light that are “paths” or “corridors” between them. In Homographies the “disappearing factor” is not architectural, yet instead connective, i.e. it is figured out by who is there at any type of given time and varies accordingly. This offers a reconfigurable light-space that is based on circulation, on movement, on lines of sight,– a desired contrast to the modernist grid that currently organizes the court.
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Deep Lab is a cumulative of cyberfeminist scientists, arranged by STUDIO Fellow Addie Wagenknecht to take a look at how privacy, anonymity, security, and safety are problematized in the arts and also culture. The Deep Lab individuals, all ladies, are an international team of new-media musicians, visualization designers, information scientists, software application engineers, journalists, hackers and theoreticians, that are engaged in the important assessment of modern digital society. In the 2nd week of December, these professionals will function at the STUDIO on an accelerated pressure job, and also deliver four nights of public discussions: the Deep Lab Lecture Series.
Area: The STUDIO( Room CFA-111 in the CMU College of Fine Arts
). Google Map: http://bit.ly/cmucfa( GPS: 40.441544,-79.942907).
Hashtag: #deeplab. Free and also open up to the general public. Refreshments will be served. Discussion Schedule:. Monday 12/8: Addie Wagenknecht,
Allison Burtch, Runa Sandvik. Tuesday 12/9: Harlo Holmes, Ingrid Burrington.
Wednesday 12/10: Maral Pourkazemi, Denise Caruso, Lindsay Howard. Thursday 12/11: Maddy Varner, Jen Lowe, Lorrie
We Hate Data Collection. That Doesn’t Mean We Can Stop It.
A huge new survey shows that tech companies have failed to convince us that data collection is in our best interest.
How to Be a Whistle-Blower
“There is no easy way to secure yourself.”
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