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CareerBuilder Cyberattack Delivers Malware Straight To Employers - Slashdot
An anonymous reader writes: Security threat researchers Proofpoint have uncovered an email-based phishing attack which infected businesses w
Bird flu ravaging commercial flocks remains mysterious | TribLIVE
DES MOINES — It's been five months since the H5N2 bird flu virus was discovered in the United States, and producers have lost 21 million ...
FBI Attacked by U.S. Congress for Anti-Encryption Stance
Basic freedoms and civil liberties have become more and more of a legal domain to be doled out by an ever advancing Police State in America.
7 reasons why the feds shouldn’t mess with encryption | CSO Online
Information security professionals were overwhelmingly opposed to a plea to rethink encryption by the Department of Homeland Security at las
Firefox has an audacious plan to pressure websites to use encryption
The browser is going to treat not using SSL encryption as a security flaw.
Congressman with computer science degree: Encryption back-doors are ‘tec...
Advocates for building ways for law enforcement to access secure content get chilly reception on Capitol Hill.
F.E.C. Can’t Curb 2016 Election Abuse, Commission Chief Says
There is a stalemate among the agency’s six commissioners, who are perpetually locked in 3-to-3 ties along party lines because of a fundamen
New ACLU Cellphone App Automatically Preserves Video of Police Encounters
Even if the cops seize a phone and destroy it, the video will be saved.
Run a Wi-Fi Network? HBO and Showtime Want You to Police Your Users
Two men are going to fight this weekend, and HBO and Showtime have already thrown the first punch in the legal fight over online streaming o
How This Beetle Shoots Jets of Superheated Liquid Out of Its Butt
You do not want to piss off the bombardier beetle. When disturbed, it sprays noxious, near-boiling liquid out of its abdomen—an effective th
Man sues Florida hospital after his leg found in the garbage
By David Adams MIAMI (Reuters) - A south Florida man is suing a hospital for emotional distress, saying his leg was amputated and thrown in
Airbnb renters destroy family's house after hosting 'drug-induced orgy'
Mark and Star King came home to find that their home had been the site of a massively destructive four-day party.
19 reasons why technologists don't want to work at your government agenc...
If you want to attract technical talent to your agency, focus on building an environment that supports innovation and innovators.
ACLU wants NSA phone dragnet killed | Computerworld
The recent USA Freedom Act doesn't go far enough in reforming surveillance, an ACLU lawyer says
NASA's 10-engine electric UAV now flies as well as it hovers
NASA's ten-engine UAV, dubbed the Greased Lightning (GL-10), recently showed off a slick new trick in the skies over Hampton, Virginia. The
Britain 'is experiencing same decline as Rome in 100BC'
Dr Jim Penman believes Britons no longer have the genetic temperament that sparked the Industrial Revolution
Looking Up Symptoms Online? These Companies Are Tracking You
The vast majority of the internet's health sites are sending troves of data about your medical searches to corporations.
You Were Right All Along - How The Classic Arcade Game "The Claw" Is Rig...
You've always thought that the arcade game "The Claw" was rigged. As it turns out, you were right. Find out how owners rig them and how to w