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  • Free the CIA torture report

    More than a year and a half ago, the Senate Intelligence Committee approved a voluminous report on the CIA's detention and interrogation of suspected terrorists after 9/11. Those who have read the report say it concludes that the agency used brutal and...
  • Miles de personas se suman a demanda colectiva en Austria contra Facebook

    VIENA (Reuters) - Más de 17.000 personas decidieron unirse a un recurso legal colectivo de un estudiante austriaco de Derecho contra Facebook por supuestas violaciones de la red social a la privacidad de sus usuarios, dijo el martes el demandante. Max...
  • Security firm scouts Black Hat for part-time hackers

    At this week’s Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, companies from around the world came to recruit the brightest minds in cybersecurity and offer them full-time jobs. But one security firm was offering something very different: part-time...
  • Snowden can stay in Russia three more years

    MOSCOW — Former U.S. intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, wanted by the United States for leaking extensive secrets of its electronic surveillance programs, has been given a three-year residence permit by Russia, his Russian lawyer said on...
  • Austrian data activist's suit against Facebook gets 25,000 plaintiffs

    Austrian data activist's suit against Facebook gets 25,000 plaintiffs
    VIENNA (Reuters) - Data protection activists challenging Facebook in a Vienna court said on Wednesday they had closed the list of plaintiffs after 25,000 people joined a campaign alleging that the social media giant had violated users' privacy. "We hoped...
  • Why Germany feels dissed

    I arrived in Berlin last week hoping to see something rare: a country that's prosperous, well-governed and even happy, if only because it was just crowned champion of soccer's World Cup. Germany is all those things, and Germans know they are doing well....
  • Questions of bias swirl after NBC removes, reinstates a Gaza reporter

    It's not clear why NBC’s talented foreign correspondent Ayman Mohyeldin, who witnessed the killing of four Palestinian cousins in Gaza on Wednesday, was removed from his post later that day, then reinstated tonight. NBC, which did not respond to a...
  • Expertos en seguridad piden medidas del Gobierno contra ciberamenazas

    Expertos en seguridad piden medidas del Gobierno contra ciberamenazas
    LAS VEGAS - Alarmados por las crecientes ciberamenazas en todo el mundo y para las industrias en general, una creciente cantidad de expertos en seguridad ven una agresiva medida del Gobierno como la mejor esperanza para evitar un desastre. Algunos...
  • Cybersecurity firms among top recipients of venture funding in Maryland

    Cybersecurity firms among top recipients of venture funding in Maryland
    Maryland companies raised $64 million in venture capital funding this spring, with some of the biggest payouts flowing to Baltimore cybersecurity startups. That's according to the latest MoneyTree report from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the National...
  • Republicans look to improve brand, tech skills in Silicon Valley

    Republicans look to improve brand, tech skills in Silicon Valley
    It's not easy being a conservative in Silicon Valley. People who lean to the right are vastly outnumbered in the nation's high-tech hub, and say they sometimes have to downplay their views. "It does make you stand out a little bit. You have to be...
  • Obama, Senate make progress on NSA data-collection reform bill

    The Obama administration and Senate negotiators appear close to an agreement to strengthen legislation that would curtail the bulk collection of data on Americans. In May, the House passed a watered-down version of a bill sponsored by Rep. Jim...