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NSA Has Deleted Data It Was Supposed To Preserve For A Lawsuit

Weekly Axis Of Easy #33 In this issue: NSA has deleted data it was supposed to preserve for a lawsuit Twitter notifies 677,775 users that they’ve interacted with Russian bots during election Concerns mounting over social media addictiveness and censorship Amazon opens first fully automated, unmanned grocery store City of Toronto counsellor advocates accepting Bitcoin … [Read more]


Senate Votes Today On Bill Extension That Enables Warrantless Spying

Weekly Axis Of Easy #32 In this issue: DNS Leak Disclosure Facebook to prioritize “trustworthy” news Iranian government in Chinese-style internet crackdown “Swat Call” prankster charged with Involuntary Manslaughter FBI Chief calls “unbreakable encryption” an urgent public safety issue Senate votes today on bill extension that enables warrantless spying DNS Leak Disclosure Over the summer … [Read more]



Mirai Botnet Creators Headed For Prison

Weekly Axis Of Easy #30   In this issue: Today is “The Purge” day on Twitter. Industrial hack illustrates infrastructure vulnerabilities  California voter database hacked Mirai botnet creators headed for prison FCC repeals “Open Internet” legislation  “This time is Different” What Bitcoin really is… Today is “The Purge” day on Twitter. In a recent ToS … [Read more]


Bell Canada Pushes Website Blacklist

Weekly Axis Of Easy #29 In this issue: Bell Canada pushes website blacklist  Satori Botnet feared larger than Mirai  Canadian spy agencies datamining ordinary citizens’ data in bulk Arizona using facial recognition on all citizens with a drivers license  Don’t try this at home: Couple cashes in life savings to mine bitcoin   Bell Canada … [Read more]