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It’s Time to Stop Worrying and Learn to Love PRISM


PRISM isn't so much a new program as it is an upgrade of existing initiatives, and I support it. Had it existed 12 years ago, it might even have prevented 9/11. Read More »

Several Reports Cite Chinese Hacking of U.S. Weapons Systems


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security reported 198 attacks on critical U.S. infrastructure in fiscal year 2012. Read More »

Mum’s the Word on Cyber Security

In his State of the Union address, President Obama outlined a new initiative to improve America's networks defenses. But what could Congress approve that federal agencies aren't already doing? Read More »

FBI Arrests LulzSec Hackers with Help of Former “Leader”

FBI unseals arrest and guilty pleas of LulzSec member Sabu, now revealed as an FBI informant. Read More »

Book Review: WikiLeaks: Inside Julian Assange’s War on Secrecy by David Leigh and Luke Harding

The Guardian book on Wikileaks is full of Bond-esque characters. Read More »

Paul McCartney and Journalistic Espionage

This could get uglier than the divorce. Read More »

Book Review: Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution – 25th Anniversary Edition by Steven Levy

A very visible and touching collection of facts and experiences chronicle the early and well-known heroes of the computer industry. Read More »

How to Protect Yourself from Email Identity Theft

A case study. Read More »

AT&T Phones Hack Facebook Accounts

The AT&T Facebook glitch: a harbinger of doom for the future of mobile Internet users. Read More »

Book Review: Inside Cyber Warfare: Mapping the Cyber Underworld by Jeffrey Carr

Examines the shadowy world of the Internet where information predators lurk. Read More »