Wikileaks: Julian Assange did not "walk out of the embassy". The Ecuadorian ambassador invited British police into the embassy and he was immediately arrested.
Ecuador has taken the decision to withdraw the diplomatic asylum of Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, as reported by President Lenin Moreno
Julian Assange, 47, (03.07.71) has today, Thursday 11 April, been arrested by officers from the Met Police (MPS) at the Embassy of Ecuador, Hans Crescent, SW1 on a warrant issued by Westminster Magistrates' Court on 29 June 2012, for failing to surrender to the court.
The State Duma adopted in 2 reading a bill on the sustainable work of the Russian Internet
testing confirmed that a platform voiceonline.net , intended to peacefully express dissent to the upcoming constitutional referendum in Egypt was blocked almost instantly by the state.
China to use 5G technology to tackle flow of refugees from North Korea
Facebooks bans white nationalist groups
New Zealand's privacy commissioner has labeled Facebook as "morally bankrupt pathological liars" who "cannot be trusted."
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In the G7 ministerial, deputy secretary of state Sullivan and the G7 foreign affairs ministers discussed responsible behavior of nations in cyberspace
The white nationalist far-right is adopting clowns as their new identifying symbol. It seems comedic at first, but at its heart is a demonstration of deep nihilism
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report on 5G networks: "even if the United States limits sales of Chinese products into the United States, DoD will still have to operate on foreign networks overseas that will likely be built with a Chinese supply chain."
The United States envoy for Venezuela, Elliot Abrams, has said that the anti-aircraft system S-300 was damaged in the recent blackouts and that this is one of the reasons why a hundred Russian technicians arrived in Caracas last week.
Hackers, believed to be tied to chinese gov, have infiltrated the network of german company Bayer AG. Servers infected with the Winnti-rootkit. Bayer noticed hackers early in 2018, don't know when they first gained access
Facebook is partnering with big UK newspaper @Telegraph to publish sponsored articles downplaying "technofears" and praising the company.
Researchers have found more than 540 million Facebook records exposed by two third-party companies.
UN investigators will issue new reports this year on the role Facebook played in the genocide in Myanmar. A UN investigator who says racist and hate-filled posts are still common calls the company's response "nowhere near satisfactory."
President of Ecuador says that Julian Assange has violated terms of his asylum
According to court documents a woman identified as Yuijing Zhang told @SecretService agents a Chinese friend instructed her to go to Mar-a-Lago and establish contacts with members of the family of @POTUS.
US Secret Service arrested and charged a Chinese national who entered Mar-a-Lago on March 30, while the president was in Florida and golfing. A thumb drive containing malicious software was found on her person when she was arrested, court docs say
A Bangkok woman was arrested on Tuesday morning for allegedly pretending to be a bank officer to steal credit card information for online shopping.
A network of Facebook and Twitter accounts promoting Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, relies on slander, lies and rumors, an investigation find.
An official at Amazon: Saudi Arabia penetrated Jeff Bezos, founder of the company and owner of The Washington Post
Years of Mark Zuckerberg's old Facebook posts have vanished. The company says it 'mistakenly deleted' them.
4 VPN service refused to comply with RosKomNadzor requirements to use blacklists, provided by Russian media watchdog
Russia's internet regulator @roscomnadzor announced a 'test on slowing down access' to @Google and @Facebook services.
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Study on Russian GPS spoofing: Russia also deployed GPS spoofers around a palace supposedly build for President Putin. The equipment spoofs the coordinates of a nearby airport, which forces GPS-based drones to land or leave the area.
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Study on Russian GPS spoofing: tens of ships passing through the Kerch Strait reported seeing the GPS coordinates of the inland city of Tsibanobalka, rendering their satellite navigation systems useless in an area through which Russia often transports troops in and out of Crimea.
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Congress informed by @POTUS of the "Continuation of the National Emergency with Respect to Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities."
Russian military contingent that arrived in Venezuela last weekend is believed to be special forces including "cybersecurity personnel" - U.S. official
@facebook/@instagram remove 2,632 pages, groups, accounts tied to "inauthentic behavior" connected to Iran, Russia, Macedonia, Kosovo