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Guardian Told It Was Target Of Saudi Hacking Unit After Khashoggi Killing
19th Jun 2019 [7 days ago] from Guardian
Cybersecurity team ordered to access journalists’ email accounts, document suggests The report from Agnes Callamard, the UN special rapporteur, sets out in forensic detail concerns about the behaviour of Saudi Arabia, both before and...
Bulk Hacking By UK Spy Agencies Is Illegal, High Court Told
17th Jun 2019 [9 days ago] from Guardian
Rights group argues powers of MI5 and GCHQ to obtain and store data breach human rights”Bulk hacking” powers exploited by the intelligence services to access electronic devices represent an illegal intrusion into the private lives of...
Liberty Mounts Latest Court Challenge To Snoopers Charter
16th Jun 2019 [10 days ago] from Guardian
Rights group argues powers of MI5 and GCHQ to obtain and store data breach human rightsThe legality of the intelligence services’ bulk surveillance activities under which personal data is obtained from social media companies as well as...
Not OK, Computer: How It Feels To Have Your Music Leaked
16th Jun 2019 [10 days ago] from Guardian
When Radiohead were held to ransom by hackers, they shrugged and put 18 hours of unheard material online for free. But for other artists, having music leaked can be devastatingIn 1997, Radiohead imagined a future in which technological...
Radiohead Release Hours Of Hacked MiniDiscs To Benefit Extinction Rebellion
11th Jun 2019 [15 days ago] from Guardian
Thom Yorke describes hours of recordings from OK Computer sessions as ‘not v interesting’, while climate activists thank the band for ‘unprecedented support’Radiohead have released a vast collection of unreleased tracks made during...
How Hackers Can Permanently Lock You Out Of Your Accounts | Dylan Curran
8th Jun 2019 [18 days ago] from Guardian
Some hackers use malicious code, but most just hide in plain sight. It can be devastatingly effectiveWhen their computer or social media account is hijacked by an unknown entity, most people probably picture something like this: a faceless...
Israeli Tycoon Hired Black Cube To Influence Tax Policy, TV Investigation Reports
7th Jun 2019 [20 days ago] from Guardian
Idan Ofer allegedly hired firm in 2014 but Black Cube denies ever meetingAn Israeli investigative TV show reported on Thursday that one of the country’s richest men hired Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube to dig up dirt on a cabinet...
China Behind Massive Australian National University Hack, Intelligence Officials Say
5th Jun 2019 [21 days ago] from Guardian
Officials fear data breach may be used to recruit students or university alumni as informantsIntelligence officials believe China may have been behind a massive data breach which compromised the personal details of thousands of Australian...
Australian National University Hit By Huge Data Breach
3rd Jun 2019 [23 days ago] from Guardian
Vice-chancellor says hack involved personal and payroll details going back 19 yearsThe Australian National University is in damage control after discovering a major data breach a fortnight ago in which a “significant” amount of staff...
The Guardian View On Cybercrime: The Law Must Be Enforced | Editorial
3rd Jun 2019 [23 days ago] from Guardian
Governments and police must take crime on the internet seriously. It is where we all live nowAbout half of all property crime in the developed world now takes place online. When so much of our lives, and almost all of our money, have been...
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