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New Game From The Developers Of Her Story Is An Unsettling Trip Through Stolen NSA Footage

Telling Lies, the latest work of interactive fiction from Her Story creator Sam Barlow, invites players to curl up in front of their computer and comb through hours of leaked fictional National Security Agency footage. Mostly, that involves watching the game’s characters via their webcams and other video sources,…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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No Sugar Added programs stellar 10th anniversary lineup for Miami Music Week

On March 30, dance music revelers in Miami will get the chance to ring in No Sugar Added’s 10th anniversary with a stellar cast of world-class electronic talent. Topping this year’s billing, the events brand locked in Kaskade, with supporting performances by top-notch acts including Benny Benassi, Audien, Born Dirty, Deorro, and more. Taking place […]

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No Sugar Added series returns to Miami Music Week for 10th anniversary warehouse, pool party festivities

Miami Music Week marks the inaugural start to festival season, initiating a week’s worth of festivities with the largest bookings in the electronic music industry. The multitude of pool parties and warehouse events are aplenty, yet one party series returns to Miami for their most grandiose edition yet. Celebrating their 10th anniversary with a double […]

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Trump Is In For Real-Life ‘Fire And Fury’ If He Speaks to Mueller Under Oath

Yesterday, as the press corps visited the White House to hear briefings on immigration from senior officials, Donald Trump unexpectedly showed up to answer a few questions. Just before he left, he made one of the most egregious off-the-cuff remarks of his presidency thus far:  Reporter: Are …Continue reading Continue Reading at https://thedailybanter.com

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Intel Chief Says He Cannot Reveal How Many Americans the NSA Spied On Because He Cannot Count Them All

America’s top intelligence official is reneging on a promise made under the Obama administration to estimate how many Americans have been spied on using a warrant-less surveillance law intended to target foreigners. The decision to abandon that commitment isn’t sitting well with civil liberties advocates who formed a…Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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Why Are We Still Using the Espionage Act?

The Trump administration has taken it’s first step in retaliating against leakers, showing that the President’s tirades on twitter are more than just rhetorical threats. Charges have been brought under the Espionage Act against a 25 year-old NSA contractor for allegedly providing a news outlet with …Continue reading Continue Reading at https://thedailybanter.com

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U.S. Government Fears a Monday Explosion of the Ransomware Plague It Helped Create

As a second wave of the WannaCry Ransomware attack is infecting more systems in more countries, the White House has ordered emergency meetings to deal with a threat that is, in part, the NSA’s fault. Experts believe that we may not even know the extent of how hard the attack hit Asia, and we won’t […]

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U.S. Government Fears a Monday Explosion of the Ransomware Plague It Helped Create

As a second wave of the WannaCry Ransomware attack is infecting more systems in more countries, the White House has ordered emergency meetings to deal with a threat that is, in part, the NSA’s fault. Experts believe that we may not even know the extent of how hard the attack hit Asia, and we won’t […]

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Hackers Behind Massive Ransomware Attack Have Made an Embarrassingly Small Amount of Money

The WannaCry ransomware attack that spread around the globe yesterday caused chaos at hospitals, manufacturing shutdowns, headaches for Microsoft, and overtime for cybersecurity professionals. But the hackers responsible for this absurd attack have made relatively little in the way of profits.Read more… Continue Reading at http://gizmodo.com

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Leaked Documents Reveal the NSA Spying on Scientists to Find ‘Nefarious’ Genetic Research

A new document made public this week via Edward Snowden’s leak of NSA documents reveals a fascinating aim of signals intelligence program: The agency, it turns out, monitored international scientific developments in hopes of detecting “nefarious” genetic engineering projects more than a decade ago.

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