Danish Surveillance Helps Dictators Spy
Denmark's profile as a champion of freedom of speech may suffer a serious dent as the Nordic country was found to have sold surveillance equipment to authoritarian Gulf states in order to facilitate …
Russia Should Utilize Best Foreign Practices in Fighting Cybercrime
Russia should adopt the best foreign practices available in fighting contemporary challenges including cybercrime, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Wednesday.
According to the prime …
No Evidence of Russia Hacking Danish Defence
Amid unfounded, yet widely peddled allegations of Russian psy-ops with the intent to influence elections, Denmark has joined the accusers' chorus by claiming Russia has hacked the Danish defense …
Confession on Meeting a Russian
It was August 2014. Our secret and nefarious meeting had to be disguised as a public event. So, the Russian Ambassador to the United States, Sergey Ivanovich Kislyak, spoke at the University of …
How the Press Serves US State
The New York Times has made it official. In a Sunday front-page article entitled "Trump Ruled the Tabloid Media. Washington Is a Different Story," the paper gloats that Donald Trump has proved …
The Venezuelan Minister called on fellow citizens to give up Facebook
Venezuelan Prisons Minister Iris Varela urged the citizens of her country to close accounts in the Facebook social network.
“Comrades! Close your accounts on Facebook, you are working for free …
Snowden: Stuxnet virus on Iran was unleashed by Israel and the U.S.
The Stuxnet computer virus attacked Iran’s nuclear centrifuges, was developed and unleashed by Israel in collaboration with the U.S. National Security Agency. This was announced by ex-CIA officer …
The Turkish authorities to take social networks under control
The Turkish authorities are planning to take social networks under control. They are not going to ban, but intend to regulate them, said the Justice and Development Party deputy head Huseyin …
Turkish TV does not report protests
Clashes between police and anti-government demonstrators remain outside the field of Turkish televisions. Last week, during the protests, none of the two major news channels of the country did not …
Tallinn’s Rubicon of cyberwar
This week, defense ministers of the NATO member countries are going to hold the first Europe-wide review of national cybersecurity strategies. Experts believe that such issues are increasingly being …