Lawsuit uncovers the severity of ethiopian hacking amid Obama’s Africa tour

Gulf leaders request cyber-security collaboration to Obama

US president Barrack Obama, who is currently on tour in Africa and visiting Ethiopia for the first time this weekend, is being faced with the pressure of discussing human rights issues as a result of a pending lawsuit back home that is contesting whether the African country can spy on an American by converting his …

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Obama says before they get any better Cybersecurity woes will get worse

Gulf leaders request cyber-security collaboration to Obama

On Monday, American President Obama said that the latest attack on the record of OPM (Office of Personnel Management) and on the private data of employees was another sign of the “weakness” of federal Govt. networks. And he also added that until Washington answer back in a solid way, these sort of problems are just …

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Edward Snowden: Privacy Stays ‘Under the Umbrella of Threat’

Privacy Stays 'Under the Umbrella of Threat'

It’s been 2 years since American NSA (National Security Agency) employee Edward Snowden took and revealed hundreds of files to the media about US mass surveillance programs.  Snowden actions made headlines worldwide – and ever since driven changes in the way federal government spy on general public. The whistleblower Edward Snowden has confined a new …

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NSA mass surveillance reformed, now Govt. won’t collect the data instead mobile firms will

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Advocates of reforming NSA (National Security Agency) practices are currently focusing on other controversial plans that American Freedom Act didn’t mention. Now that the National Security Agency’s bulk surveillance programs have efficiently been neutered, what is the future of privacy? The president of America, Barack Obama singed a reformed act of the NSA (National Security …

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Privacy concerns raised by Google, Apple and other tech giants to Obama

Google, Apple and More Bring Privacy Doubts to Obama

Tech giants like Google, Apple, and others trust Govt. would be pushing US natives at danger if it make tech organizations obliged to fabricate an indirect access for law enforcement. And currently the Giants released a letter to Barack Obama, asking him to counteract such a change by Parliament. The Washington Post was first found to address the …

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Newsweek Twitter Account Hacked by Cyber Caliphate – Obama Family Threatened

Newsweek Twitter Account Hacked

New twitter hack from Cyber Caliphate (ISIS-affiliate group) targeting the Obama family via Newsweek twitter account. Earlier today, the twitter account of Newsweek was hacked by the ISIS friendly group called “Cyber Caliphate”. Even though the whole hacking did not last more than a quarter of an hour, it was the tweet that had produced …

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David Cameron Turns to Barack Obama for Support to His Anti-Encryption Plans

David Cameron need Obama for Anti-Encryption Plans

David Cameron has been asking for the support of Barack Obama in the field of online encryption. Since this can be the shelter of terrorist acts, UK Prime Minister regards encryption as a threat and requires the full co-operation of US Internet companies with the British intelligence. It is no secret that UK Prime Minister …

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JPMorgan Cyber-Attack Scares Obama Administration

Recent Cyber-attacks at JPMorgan Chase, America’s largest bank, unsettled Obama’s administration. Whitehouse freaked-out especially after preliminary investigations suggested the attack originated from Russia. White house is yet to establish the motive of the attacks or any clear connection to Putin’s’ administration. A source in the Obama administration familiar with security briefing on the JPMorgan case …

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