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Finance: A New Form of Virtual Money (05/19/19 12:51)

A new type of money that allows users to make decisions based on information arriving at different locations and times, and that could also protect against attacks from quantum computers, has been proposed by a researcher at the University of Cambridge


History: Tyranny at Nürnberg (05/19/19 12:47)

Jackson’s [the prosecutor; Ed.] pursuit of Nazis at Nürnberg undermined the strictures he put on US attorneys such that today Americans have no more protection of law than the defendants had at Nürnberg.


History: Hitler's War (05/19/19 12:42)

“No praise can be too high for Mr. Irving's indefatigable scholarly industry. He has sought and found scores of new sources, including many private diaries. He has also tested hitherto accepted documents and discarded many of them as forgeries. His portrait of Hitler is thus firmly based on solid primary evidence…An exact and scrupulous historian." - Prof. Hugh Trevor-Roper, Lord Dacre


American Pravda: Holocaust Denial (05/19/19 12:38)

The indomitable Ron Unz on how the powerful media focus in support of the Holocaust over the last few decades has elevated it to a central position in Western culture.


History: A Jewish Defector Warns America (05/19/19 12:27)

The transcript of Ben Freedman's 1961 speech at the Willard Hotel.


USA: American Genius (05/19/19 12:08)

The "Moon Landings" - hoax or not?


History Reclaimed: The Lies About WW I (05/19/19 11:48)

With few exceptions, English speaking historians have put the blame for both world wars on Germany.


History Reclaimed: The Lies About WW II (05/19/19 11:46)

Dr Roberts explains how history was rewritten - once again


Taki's Week That Perished (05/19/19 11:40)

The Week’s Most Global, Immobile, and Ignoble Headlines


Privacy: WhatsUp's Blunder Bug (02/09/15 17:15)

A privacy hole in WhatsApp allowed anyone to view someone else's profile photo.


Anti-Intrusion: TrackerSSL (02/04/15 11:51)

A new extension for a web browser claims to spot unencrypted tracking.


Privacy: Google Now (02/04/15 11:49)

Google has again taken one more step towards knowing everything about its users.


Snooping: Spys Know What You Are Downloading. Anytime, Anywhere (02/04/15 11:47)

Canada's electronic spy agency has been operating a massive global surveillance operation that targets users of popular file sharing websites.


Blackphone: Not So Safe After All (01/31/15 11:50)

The Blackphone might not be as secure as advertised. Ars Technica reports that the device had a bug which allowed anyone to read messages sent to it, write code to its internal storage, view its contacts list, and track its location.


Cell Phones: Secure App (01/31/15 11:48)

If there is such a thing as a "secure app" on a smartphone, then Vodafone might have got a step closer today.


Privacy Is Dead, Says Harvard Professor (01/28/15 15:14)

Researchers told Davos that privacy is already non existent; and that technology will allow governments and insurance firms to steal your DNA.


Tracking: Snowden's iPhone Aversion (01/27/15 19:01)

"Cell phones are tracking devices that make phone calls".  Jacob Appelbaum


USA: Oppositional Defiant Disorder (01/27/15 18:57)

In the US, if you question authority, you can be labeled mentally ill.


EU 'Counter Terrorism': Depressive Predictability (01/24/15 11:21)

After the Charlie Hebdo incident, new attempts to rush through new surveillance and law enforcement powers with depressing predictability.


Government Snooping: Apple Cooperates (01/24/15 10:51)

Apple is said to have given the Chinese government access to the software used in its iPhones to conduct “security checks” meant to ensure the privacy of China’s citizens.


Espionage: Hijacking Botnets (01/21/15 19:31)

The American National Security Agency (NSA) and its allies aren't just hacking and spying these days - they’re also hacking and spying on other peoples' hacking and spying.


Protection: Weak Passwords (01/19/15 19:09)

The ease with which identity theft and hacking seems to occur suggests that many passwords aren't strong at all. Many people appear to prefer the most simple solutions, such as "123456".


Networks: The Tor Dilemma (12/31/14 11:14)

Tor’s developers are asking those users to continue trusting their lives to a network that we now understand can easily be compromised by a small group of hackers or a handful of G-men with a warrant. Moreover, no one in the Tor community seems to fully understand where the network’s vulnerabilities lay, nor do they have any concrete plan for fixing them.


Data: Dead CAPTCHAs (12/10/14 13:21)

Google has a habit of overstepping the limits of what consumers will allow it to learn about them only to blame the problem on a technical issue when it’s caught.


Time Cloaking Encryption (12/01/14 19:13)

What could be a better encryption strategy than erasing the information from history itself?


Software: God's Operating System (11/27/14 15:38)

TempleOS V2.17 is a "Public Domain Operating System" produced by Trivial Solution. It was build because God told the programer to do so.


Superefficiency: The HashKey (11/27/14 15:34)

Anyone who uses Twitter for work will get lots of mileage out of it for sure.


Internet Giants: Google Break-up? (11/25/14 17:27)

The European Parliament is getting ready to call for a breakup of Google. The draft motion suggests the separation, or "unbundling," of the Internet giant's search engine from its other services.


Espionage: Another Spyware Found (11/25/14 17:23)

Researchers at Symantec have discovered malware that has been used to spy on individuals, telecoms, and businesses since 2008. The espionage tool, dubbed "Regin", closely resembles Stuxnet, the infamous malware used to sabotage Iran’s nuclear programs in 2010, and therefore is believed to be made by the United States and/or Israel.


Snooping: The UK's (11/25/14 17:12)

A new bill expected would require ISPs in the United Kingdom to keep records of their customers’ IP addresses which would be handed over to police to combat "terrorism, online bullying, suicidal thoughts, and other emergencies".


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