The approach was “dangerous from a civil liberties point of view,” the director of the Open Rights Group Jim Killock told BuzzFeed News.
Also known as “flying while brown.”
Both were stopped and had their bags emptied and shoes taken off after the U.S. President’s motorcade exited the Marriott Hotel.
Officials are stepping up security in light of “acts of violence targeted at government personnel and installations in Canada and elsewhere recently.”
The incident occurred in Leeds, where David Cameron was speaking about high-speed rail.
The creator of popular video blog Feminist Frequency canceled an appearance at a Utah university after receiving a threat of a mass shooting.
“I stress that the terrorist threat here in this country has not changed. Nevertheless, it is as high it has ever been.”
Spoiler: He’s not at the airport.
Powerless devices will not be permitted onboard aircrafts with direct flights to the United States from select overseas airports.
Revelations that 500,000 sites have been deemed vulnerable have sparked suggestions users should change their passwords. Here’s why you shouldn’t do it, at least not yet.
Creep, don’t kill my vibe.
Hackers got access to employees’ usernames and passwords after breaking into the newspaper’s servers.
Plus the most cringe-worthy metaphors from R. Kelly’s new album, 5 books to buy for booze lovers, and a cute obituary for the ugliest dog ever.
Security had to remove an unidentified man who got on stage during a victory celebration for Australia’s new prime minister.
Army’s Deputy of Cybersecurity told BuzzFeed a security failure can allow unauthorized access to computer files. Instead of fixing it, they are telling soldiers to be more careful.
UPDATED: After being sentenced to 35 years in prison, the 26-year-old army private formerly known as Bradley Manning told the world that she will live the rest of her life as Chelsea Manning — here’s a look at the person behind the biggest leak in U.S. history, using Manning’s chat logs, court martial testimony, and statements.
I walked around the Boston Marathon crime scene for 15 minutes and counted every police and National Guard officer within sight.
“No one’s backing down, that’s for sure,” one organizer said.
Some want more restrictions, some want fewer — but almost no one is satisfied. “It is a nonsensical policy,” Rep. Markey says.
“People should be changing their passwords,” says a victim whose account was hacked — and even put up for sale.
Selling security flaws is a thriving business — and if you do it right, it’s legal too. Here’s what it looks like from the inside.
Information about every cell phone in the country is in a Neustar database. Which is why it’s kind of weird that 400 or so companies trust them to deal with law enforcement surveillance requests. [UPDATED]
Because it’s not secure at all. The default password for the safe (regardless of what password you’ve set) is insanely simple.
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If you thought Julian Assange and his team of WikiLeakers were wreaking global havoc from some decrepit, dank basement in northern Europe, guess again.
ONN investigates the tragic death of an innocent young girl who died way earlier than Fox News’s popular “Mormon f*ckface.”
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When Obama rides, he rides in style (and by “style,” we mean “the army on wheels”).
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The new security car for President Obama?
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The British have developed a new camera called the ThruVision T5000 System that can see through clothes at up to 80ft away.
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