No fewer than 860 journalists and citizen-journalists were prosecuted, arrested, imprisoned and in some cases executed in Iran between 1979 and 2009, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) revealed today on the basis of information in a leaked Iranian justice department digital file.
At a Monday press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, the Ukrainian Security Agency (SBU) announced that it had intercepted passenger manifests from Russian MoD-chartered airliners transporting mercenaries working for Wagner, a Russian private military company (PMC). The manifests, involving flights from Russia to several African and Middle-East destinations in the latter half of 2018, allegedly transported a total of 1012 mercenaries to Sudan, CAR and other African destinations.
A three-judge panel Friday will hear arguments in a case seeking to throw out the FCC’s 2017 decision to repeal net neutrality rules.
A look at Facebook’s content moderation appeals body.
Reuters reveals how a UAE surveillance operation, staffed by former U.S. cyber-agents, spied on dissidents, rivals and Americans. Inside ‘Project Raven.’
Wikileaks is getting into boring stuff now.
But the leaked documents offered little new about an old fight.
Announcing the latest edition of the Aegis Paper Series from the Hoover Institution.
That is just a way for her to get back at the Pussy Hat movement!
Another version of the “Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Act” in Arizona would charge people $20 to remove a porn block from their devices.
Covert British efforts to goad the U.S. into WWII help show why “whataboutism” that equates corrosive Russian active measures with Western covert action fails both historically and morally.