Google Chairman Eric Schmidt

Google isn’t merely EVIL; it has become a DANGER to freedom, liberty and democracy

(Natural News) In case you haven’t noticed all the censorship recently, Google has become a rampaging monster of Orwellian oppression, intimidation and unbridled power, crushing any voices who oppose its hegemony of internet supremacy. I was one of the first popular voices to warn that Google had become a danger to society — after being […]

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Kaspersky warns of global blackout

The Kaspersky Lab CEO forewarns of a dark future if we do not secure infrastructure Eugene Kaspersky, CEO of Kaspersky Lab, has issued a frightening warning of the complete shutdown of society that could be instigated by hackers taking advantage of unsecure infrastructure. In this modern world that has so eagerly become deeply and widely […]

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You have one day to stop Congress from giving away your web browsing history

by Gigi Sohn Last week, on a party-line vote, the Senate voted to repeal the Federal Communications Commission’s 2016 broadband privacy rules giving consumers the power to choose how their ISPs use and share their personal data. Tomorrow, the House of Representatives will vote, and if the House also votes to repeal the rules, the […]

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Fake profile pictures, stolen from women in Israel and Europe that were used to trick IDF soldiers into revealing sensitive information. (IDF Spokesperson's Unit)

Hamas Hacks IDF Soldiers’ Phones by Posing as Women on Facebook

Operatives for the Hamas terrorist group hacked into dozens of Israeli combat soldiers’ cellphones by posing as attractive Israeli women on Facebook. Using Israeli women’s photos and identities stolen from social media, the operatives would initiate personal and intimate relationships with the soldiers and then ask them to download what they said was an application […]

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Internet Security Firm Agrees that No Evidence Has Been Produced of Russian Hacking

In addition to the detailed analysis posted on our website showing that there is no evidence of Russia hacking the 2016 election, Wordfence, a security company specializing in protecting WordPress websites, has put together its own analysis and conclusion on the report released by the DHS and FBI.  Here are some questions and answers they have […]

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‘Preliminary’ evidence: Cyberattack not carried out by a government

by Jethro Mullen and Jose Pagliery  The U.S. government is still trying to figure out who carried out the massive cyberattack that crippled popular websites around the globe last week, but “preliminary” evidence indicates it was not done by a government. But there are clues. On Tuesday, Director of National Security James Clapper told the […]

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Cyber War Internet Blackout Trial Run: Next one Could be Devastating!

Today a massive cyber hack that floored Amazon, Twitter, HBO, paypal and Reddit could be just ‘practice for election day’ or more. Wikileaks supporters among those claiming responsibility for massive security breach and many fear it is just a warm-up, but it not just Wikileaks supporters that have the know how. Today’s attack was not […]

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Mass cyber-attack cripples world’s biggest websites including Paypal, Twitter, Spotify

Just  weeks after Obama outsourced oversight of the internet to foreigners,  a widespread cyber-attack was carried out against some of the world’s biggest websites on Friday, with users unable to access PayPal,  Twitter, SoundCloud, Spotify, Wikileaks and many others for hours on end. The attack targeted Dyn, a company that helps people connect to websites, with […]

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Could Determined Hackers Change the Outcome of the Election?

Charles Murray | 10/12/2016 It would be difficult and highly unlikely, but it’s certainly possible for computer hackers to change the outcome of next month’s presidential election, experts say. “I’m not sure that a single hacker could do it alone,” Eugene H. Spafford, professor of computer science at Purdue University, told Design News. “But an organized team […]

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