The real problem with Hillary Clinton’s email server

It’s not so much what was on it, the real problem is the the fact she hired incompetent people to manage it

AT&T - NSA lapdog

Company provided the NSA with emails, Internet traffic and more than 1.1 billion U.S. citizen cellphone records per day

Four million federal employee records hacked. Is the NSA actually capable of preventing cyber-attacks?

Four million federal employee's records stolen - NSA clueless

Don’t worry, NSA and FBI spying will continue no matter what Congress does

There's no danger that the NSA, the FBI or whoever will stop spying on American citizens even if the Patriot Act is rejected, amended or renewed

IRS hacked – we are all in deep, deep trouble

Over 100,000 taxpayer’s old returns were simply given to hackers upon request

Court rules NSA bulk phone snooping illegal

Penalty phase scheduled for day after hell freezes over

RSA Conference: Is hiring hackers a new thing?

Once considered outlaws and trouble makers, hackers are now actively sought for employment by leading intelligence and law enforcement agencies

NSA spying okay, just don’t look at the naughty bits

Earlier this month John Oliver, host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight, did a segment about NSA spying and discovered that people don't really care - unless the NSA is looking at their nude photos.

Our failing digital infrastructure

With recent warnings that the Chinese government (or others) could shut down our power grid perhaps it is time to take a look at the state of our digital infrastructure.

Senate shoots down bill curtailing NSA

Senate squashes bill that would restrict the National Security Agency’s bulk collection of American telecommunications.