Map. History of Cyberwar conflict

4 April 2020
Chinese President Xi Jinping encouraged the use of bigdata, AI, cloudcomputing and other digital technologies to support epidemic monitoring, analysis and resource allocation
"@NATO allies must carefully consider the long term risks of the economic & commercial choices they make, particularly regarding the integration of Chinese telecommunications" per @EsperDoD
1 month ago
Penalty for Twitter: The court fined a social network for 4 million rubles for refusing to transfer servers with user data to Russia
French minister says Huawei will not be barred from 5G network
Israel Prime Minister @netanyahu today called @Facebook CEO Zuckerberg to complain that the social media platform has worked against his @Likud_Party
Facebook statement after Irish data commissioners raid their offices for documents over concerns on Facebook Dating, which was supposed to roll out tomorrow
Facebook removed CIB RU network targeting Ukraine with links to RU military intelligence service. Writing about public figures in Ukraine, ethnic tensions in Crimea, MH17
Budget proposals of @USAGMgov include 24% cut for @VOANews, 30% cut for @RFERL and 11% cut for @RadioFreeAsia
Foreign intelligence agencies "also influence & exploit US economic & fiscal policies & trade relationships" per @NCSCgov, costing US "hundreds of billions of dollars"
US charges four Chinese military "hackers" over cyber-attack of credit score giant Equifax
In phone call, @POTUS reportedly berated @BorisJohnson over UK decision on @huawei
Liftoff of Arianespace Soyuz-2.1b / Fregat-M with OneWeb satellites
Launch of Arianespace Soyuz 2.1b with OneWeb satellites
The Privacy Commissioner of Canada wants the Federal Court to declare Facebook has contravened Canada's private sector privacy law, PIPEDA. An investigation last year by federal and BC watchdogs 'found major shortcomings in the social media giant's privacy practices.'1 month ago
The Privacy Commissioner of Canada wants the Federal Court to declare Facebook has contravened Canada's private sector privacy law, PIPEDA. An investigation last year by federal and BC watchdogs 'found major shortcomings in the social media giant's privacy practices.'
Senate intelligence committee bipartisan report says @POTUS44 administration "was not well-postured to counter" interference from Russia in #Election2016
Latvian security service, has made search ins and made arrests for sanction breaking, to company "Baltic Media Alliance" that rebroadcast Russian media contents in Baltic states
"The United Kingdom is one of our key allies. We're going to work with them, find ways to work with them" despite Britain decision on allowing Huawei into its 5G system, per @ChiefPentSpox, though he calls decision 'is problematic"
Pervasive social media platforms & the ability to spread false information on them has added a layer of complexity to managing the 2019nCoV outbreak, @WHO says.  This problem was coming into focus during the West African Ebola outbreak but is next level now2 month ago
Pervasive social media platforms & the ability to spread false information on them has added a layer of complexity to managing the 2019nCoV outbreak, @WHO says. This problem was coming into focus during the West African Ebola outbreak but is next level now
Iranian hackers hack the site of the Egyptian Ministry of Health
2 month ago
Russian media watchdog "Roskomnadzor" opened a case against Facebook and Twitter after they failed to move their databases with Russian users to Russia
Iran stepping up info ops in Africa, per @USAfricaCommand's Gen Stephen Townsend, noting Tehran falsely reported he had been killed int he al Shabaab attack on MandaBay in Kenya
Head of U.S. forces in South America tells Congress Russia continues "disinformation" campaign. Adm. Faller says Moscow once claimed he was on the border of Venezuela poised to lead an invasion, as an example
EU will not ban China's Huawei, but impose 'strict' 5G rules: official
2 month ago
Reuters: Internet hackers working for the Turkish government carry out cyber attacks targeting governments in Europe and the Middle East
Reports of communications and internet cut in Sirte
Esper: We have accused Chinese companies of espionage
Meanwhile the China Education and Research Network CERNET that connects research facilities and universities has adopted an apparent internet curfew cycle in Wuhan. Connectivity falls between 12 am and 6 am daily from 22 January onward for unknown reasons and with no reports
2 month ago
FAA Issues Advisory for Pilots: Large U.S. military GPS jamming exercise currently taking place off the U.S. east coast
Chairman of @FERC sends letter to the US Senate advising on the steps the commission is taking to address the threats @Huawei poses to the US energy grid through its line of solar products
"Saudi Arabia is obviously an important ally. I'm aware of the reports," says @hogangidley45 of alleged hacking of @JeffBezos phone by KSA crown prince. "I don't have any more information than that. Obviously we take this situation seriously."
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