Seven questions for reporters, lawmakers, and the public to demand answers.
Christopher Wylie goes on the record to discuss his role in hijacking the profiles of millions of Facebook users in order to target the US electorate
In this second post in our series about Canada’s national security law reform, we begin a discussion of changes proposed for the Communications Security Establishment (CSE), Canada’s primary signals intelligence and cybersecurity agency. We focus specifically on how Canada will address an issue that has also arisen in allied states: oversight of bulk collection that may incidentally include communications involving nationals.
The benefits of secure encryption redound to both law enforcement and citizens’ rights.
Baidu, the equivalent of Google in China has released a white paper that shows its latest development in AI. It is a program that can clone voices even after a seconds-long clip with the help
The EU data law is scheduled to take effect May 25.
On May and June 2013, when New Orleans’ murder rate was the sixth-highest in the United States, the Orleans Parish district attorney handed down two landmark racketeering indictments against dozens of men accused of membership in two violent Central City drug trafficking gangs, 3NG and the 110ers. Members of both gangs stood accused of committing 25 murders as well as several attempted killings and armed robberies.
Very nice thought through paper. The challenge is in the details and implementation. Practically impossible to arrive at common baseline standards, implement and monitor/ensure compliance and change.
A new paper from New America introduces a novel framework for data flow controls.
Well, this is worse than any one imagined. What is next? Fake pedophilia porn clips. Perfect setup for the fuck-Patrick gang! Pedophilia is a great guilty-first smear tactic. Unfortunately (as far as I know) the Russians never got that low.
Images of celebrities as minors are showing up in datasets used in making AI-generated fake porn.
Deciphering is one thing and there is more there … then you don’t know what you don’t know.
The Schiff memo, the Democrats’ response to the Nunes memo’s claims about the Russia investigation, was released over the weekend and it contained a few nuggets of new information.