Snowden Accepts Venezuelan Asylum, Requests Temporary Russian Asylum

Snowden Accepts Venezuelan Asylum, Requests Temporary Russian Asylum

Edward Snowden said that he would be seeking temporary asylum in Russia until he is able to get to one of the very few Latin American countries that have opened their land to him. ...
Snowden Applies For Six More Country As Options Dry Up

Snowden Applies For Six More Country As Options Dry Up

Edward Snowden has been busy this week ending out requests for asylum. This time, six more countries have been added according to WikiLeaks, but they haven’t been released to ...
Iceland Lawmakers Push For Citizenship For Snowden, Gets Icy Reception

Iceland Lawmakers Push For Citizenship For Snowden, Gets Icy Reception

Six lawmakers in Iceland have pushed for Parliament to give the stranded Edward Snowden express or emergency citizenship. The measure comes as Snowden has been grounded somewhere with ...
Android OS Features Long Standing Security Issue

Android OS Features Long Standing Security Issue

Bluebox Security has recently pointed out a kind of hole or opening in the Death Star that is Android’s security. This isn’t a minor hole either as it affects roughly 99% of Android ...
Introducing France's PRISM Program

Introducing France’s PRISM Program

France apparently has its own version of the PRISM program according to Le Monde. The news agency states that the General Directorate for External Security has a program that snags ...
Ecuador Finds Bug In London Embassy

Ecuador Finds Bug In London Embassy

It appears that there was a hidden microphone inside Ecuador’s London embassy—where Julian Assange is holed up and working. The foreign prime minister of the country said that ...
Fleeing Opportunities Fleeting For Snowden

Edward Snowden Leaves Hong Kong, Location Unknown

The strange journey of Edward Snowden and his actions leading up to this journey has made front pages in papers and blogs for the past two weeks now. The leaker—who worked as a contractor ...
FBI Director Admits To "Very Seldom" Drone Use In The U.S

FBI Director Admits To “Very Seldom” Drone Use In The U.S

Picture Credit: Reuters When asked about drones being used in the U.S, how much did FBI Director Robert Mueller say they were used? One would hope “none at all” or “not at all”, ...
The FBI and Microsoft's Botnet Hunting Excursion's Numbers Revealed

The FBI and Microsoft’s Botnet Hunting Excursion’s Numbers Revealed

Microsoft and the FBI took out some 1,400 Citadel botnets over a period of time and announced their success earlier this month. Richard Domingues Boscovich—Ballmer and Co.’s Digital ...
Snowden Applies For Six More Country As Options Dry Up

Snowden Still In China, Says U.S Has Targeted China and Hong Kong

Picture Credit: AP/The Guardian (Ewen MacAskill) NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden appears to still be in Hong Kong and said that the U.S has been hacking and watching Hong Kong and ...