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  1. LazyLion

    US Suspects Israeli Airstrike inside Syria

    The US government believes Israel has conducted an airstrike inside Syria, two unnamed officials were reported as saying late Friday. US and other Western intelligence agencies concluded that Israeli aircraft probably struck targets Thursday or Friday inside Syria, broadcaster CNN said...
  2. jes

    US Representatives pass cybersecurity bill amid privacy concerns

    US Representatives pass cybersecurity bill amid privacy concerns The US House of Representatives passed legislation designed to help companies and the government share information on cyber threats
  3. jes

    White House threatens veto of House cybersecurity bill

    White House threatens veto of House cybersecurity bill The White House threatened to veto a House of Representatives bill aimed at improving US cybersecurity
  4. jes

    China, US to work together on cybersecurity: Kerry

    China, US to work together on cybersecurity: Kerry China and the US, which are embroiled in a bitter dispute over hacking, have agreed to set up a cybersecurity working group
  5. Jan

    US authorities to regulate medical apps

    US authorities begin regulating medical apps US authorities are taking the first steps toward regulating apps purporting to help people keep healthy.
  6. jes

    New wireless network plans threaten GPS systems

    New wireless network plans threaten GPS systems A new, ultra-fast wireless Internet network is threatening to overpower GPS signals across the U.S. and interfere with everything from airplanes to police cars to consumer navigation devices.
  7. jes

    US cyberbully sentenced to 45 days in prison

    US cyberbully sentenced to 45 days in prison A cyberbully who forwarded explicit online photos of a teenage boy to the teen's school was sentenced to 45 days in federal prison Tuesday.
  8. jes

    US court orders Twitter to hand over WikiLeaks related documents

    US court orders Twitter to hand over WikiLeaks related documents A court in the United States has ordered information network Twitter to hand over documents connected to WikiLeaks to the US Justice Department, CNN reported Saturday.
  9. jes

    Spanish anti-piracy bill defeated

    Spanish anti-piracy bill defeated A Spanish parliamentary panel has rejected a bill that would let courts shut down websites offering peer-to-peer file sharing of copyrighted music and films.
  10. jes

    Post-WikiLeaks information big chill?

    Post-WikiLeaks information big chill? After the latest WikiLeaks revelations, the government is reversing almost a decade of post-Sept. 11 efforts to nudge U.S. officials into sharing sensitive documents.
  11. jes

    Australia promises to back any US legal action against WikiLeaks

    Australia promises to back any US legal action against WikiLeaks Australia said Monday it would support the United States in any legal action against WikiLeaks, as the whistleblower site founded by Australian Julian Assange released thousands of sensitive US cables.
  12. jes

    Israel warned by US of potentially embarrassing WikiLeaks release

    Israel warned by US of potentially embarrassing WikiLeaks release Washington has warned its ally Israel of potential embarrassment from the expected release of US diplomatic cables on whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, an Israeli newspaper said on Thursday.
  13. jes

    WikiLeaks diplomatic cable release could hurt Russia-US ties

    WikiLeaks diplomatic cable release could hurt Russia-US ties New files about to be dumped onto the Internet by WikiLeaks contain embarrassing diplomatic cables that could harm Moscow's relations with Washington, the Kommersant newspaper reported Friday.
  14. rpm

    US moves to boost cybersecurity

    US boosts fight against cyber threats The Pentagon and Department of Homeland Security unveiled an agreement on Wednesday designed to boost cooperation in defending military and private computer networks from growing cyber threats.
  15. jes

    US probe into HP bribery allegations has been widened

    US probe into HP bribery allegations has been widened U.S. investigators have widened their probe of alleged kickbacks paid to Russian authorities by employees of a Hewlett-Packard Co. subsidiary in Germany.
  16. jes

    US Govt. PCs attacked with flash drive

    US Govt. PCs attacked with flash drive The Pentagon says a foreign spy agency pulled off the most serious breach of Defense Department computer networks ever by inserting a flash drive into a U.S. military laptop.
  17. LazyLion

    North Korea "will use Nuclear Deterrence" against US Military Exercises!

    http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/07/23/north.korea.threat/index.html?hpt=T1
  18. LazyLion

    US questions its unwavering support for Israel

    http://www.mg.co.za/article/2010-07-05-us-questions-its-unwavering-support-for-israel
  19. LazyLion

    Proposed Bill Ready To Ban ISP Caps In the US

    http://news.slashdot.org/story/09/06/18/1521237/Bill-Ready-To-Ban-ISP-Caps-In-the-US Source here... http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/news/2009/06/congressman-has-a-bill-ready-to-combat-usage-caps.ars Bill here... (PDF) http://massa.house.gov/uploads/BroadbandInternetFairnessAct.pdf
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    George Friedman: Iran's View of Obama

    Award winning, highly respected analyst, George Friedman writes this insightful piece in Geopolitical Weekly on Stratfor today. End of Part 1
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