It’s so much data, the scientists behind the image had to invent a new type of visualization.
What will it take to mitigate the risks of the technological arms race?
A response to our FOIA request revealed the National Archives and Records Administration sent Spanberger’s documents to the Postal Service for processing. USPS has not said what happened from there.
Source: Illuminating the Dark Web
Lots of valid points, but Trump’s calls of any significance being intercepted by any one, while a good eye-roll or shocked concerned citizen talking point, is just silly.
Chinese and Russian eavesdropping of President Trump’s calls on his personal smartphone points out the need for securing communications.
President Obama set principles to guide & limit foreign electronic surveillance in PPD-28 but the devil was always in the details of implementation. A 2016 PCLOB report–now public–fails to deliver those answers.
Last June in a 5-4 ruling in Carpenter v. United States, the Supreme Court extended Fourth Amendment protections to an individual’s cell phone location data for the first time. Many commentators described Carpenter as a “landmark” decision, but just how far the decision’s reasoning will extend is still an open question.
Welcome to the Covert Op, Assassination Incompetence & Medical Malpractice Competition between Russia and Saudi Arabia. They should train at the NW Kwankiko Acadamy where (alleged) severing of testicles and feeding them to the (alleged) victim are a small part of the curriculum.
A photograph of the aide is one of the most striking pieces of evidence to date linking the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi to the crown prince.