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  • 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...
  • Yahoo to join Google to create spy-free email systems: WSJ

    Yahoo to join Google to create spy-free email systems: WSJ
    Yahoo Inc said it will join Google Inc to create a secure email system by next year that could make it nearly impossible for hackers or government officials to read users' messages, The Wall Street Journal reported. The move comes as large technology...
  • 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...
  • Research: Home security systems vulnerable to hackers, cyberattacks

    You probably knew that hackers could break into your email account and the NSA can listen in on your calls. But did you know that your home security system may be vulnerable to a cyberattack also? Hackers can easily compromise the signals being sent by...
  • 5 talking points by TSA chief John Pistole

    5 talking points by TSA chief John Pistole
    On Wednesday, John Pistole, head of the Transportation Security Administration, met with the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board to discuss TSA's Pre-Check program, which provides pre-screened trusted travelers with expedited passage through security at...
  • Thursday's 11:59 p.m. UPDATE: Multi-sport high school results

    Football Phoebus 50, Denbigh 0 Warwick 27, Gloucester 21, OT Tabb 40, Smithfield 27   Field hockey Phoebus 3, Heritage 2, penalty shots   GLOUCESTER 4, WARWICK 0 Half: 3-0. Goals: T. Harwood, Goodwin 2, Romero. Assists: Greene, T. Harwood, Lebel, Goodwin,...
  • National Intelligence Collection Strained

    The U.S. has made the same mistake in evaluating fighters from the Islamic State that it did in Vietnam — by underestimating the enemy's will, according to James Clapper, the director of national intelligence. Clapper's comments came in a...
  • Governments pressure Google for more user information

    Governments pressure Google for more user information
    Google Inc. said it was facing increasing pressure from governments around the world to reveal user information in criminal investigations amid ongoing revelations about national surveillance programs. The number of requests increased 15 percent...
  • Edward Snowden accuses New Zealand of lying about mass surveillance

    Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden warned New Zealanders in a media blitz on Monday that all of their private emails, phone calls and text messages are being spied on despite government denials. "If you live in New Zealand, you...
  • New York Film Festival Adds Radius' Edward Snowden Doc to Main Slate

    Programmers of the New York Film Festival -- known for their tight grip on the fest's small, highly curated lineup -- have added a Main Slate special presentation to the 2014 roster: the world premiere of "Citizenfour," Laura Poitras' upcoming documentary...
  • Republicans are making new friends -- in Silicon Valley

    Republicans are making new friends -- in Silicon Valley
    Until recently, conventional wisdom among political consultants was that Silicon Valley was a hotbed of left libertarianism -- individualistic entrepreneurs who wish to be left alone by the government, free from taxes -- or at least high ones -- and...