Neo-Nazis Are Running Out of Places to Hide Online | WIRED

Telegram booting far right groups from their hub disproves the idea that rampant Neo-Nazi terrorist recruitment is inevitable in the internet age

Source: Neo-Nazis Are Running Out of Places to Hide Online | WIRED

bellingcat – FSB’s Magnificent Seven: New Links between Berlin and Istanbul Assassinations – bellingcat

Our findings indicate that at least one, but more likely several more FSB operatives traveled to Germany to prepare and assist Khangoshvili’s assassination. These findings also strengthen the link of the Berlin murder to a previously reported “wanted list” of nineteen Soviet-born individuals, most of them of Chechen descent, which was shared by the FSB with German’s intelligence services in 2012.

Source: bellingcat – FSB’s Magnificent Seven: New Links between Berlin and Istanbul Assassinations – bellingcat

What’s New in the Unredacted Mueller Report? – Lawfare

BuzzFeed News successfully sued for the release of a version of the Mueller report with many fewer redactions. The unsealed material is a mixed bag of information that was already public and facts

Source: What’s New in the Unredacted Mueller Report? – Lawfare

Making Sense of the Debates Over FISA (Part One)

Somehow, FISA has become a four-letter word. In the first part of a two-part series on the current debates surrounding the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, former General Counsel of the National Security Agency Glenn Gerstell explains how the act has changed since its inception.

Source: Making Sense of the Debates Over FISA (Part One)

NSO Group spyware used against Moroccan journalist days after company pledged to respect human rights | Amnesty International

NSO Group contributed to a sustained campaign by the government of Morocco to spy on Moroccan journalist Omar Radi

Source: NSO Group spyware used against Moroccan journalist days after company pledged to respect human rights | Amnesty International

Trump’s data-hungry, invasive app is a voter surveillance tool of extraordinary power | MIT Technology Review

Ahead of President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, his 2020 re-election campaign manager Brad Parscale tweeted about the event. “Just passed 800,000 tickets,” he wrote. “Biggest data haul and rally signup of all time by 10x. Saturday is going to be amazing!” Parscale’s numbers for the rally—originally scheduled for Juneteenth and still set to occur…

Source: Trump’s data-hungry, invasive app is a voter surveillance tool of extraordinary power | MIT Technology Review

Lawmaker quizzes Attorney General Barr on protest surveillance – Reuters

Massachusetts Senator Edward Markey, a Democrat, told Barr that peaceful protesters “should not be subject to invasive surveillance” and asked whether the Department of Justice had authorized the use of facial recognition, unmanned aircraft, or cellphone tracking technology in connection with the rallies.

Source: Lawmaker quizzes Attorney General Barr on protest surveillance – Reuters