A Saudi blogger who was sentenced last May to 10 years in prison and 1,000 lashes will be publicly flogged for the first time after Friday prayers outside a mosque in the Red Sea coastal city of Jiddah, a person close to his case said Thursday.
When Ulbricht’s trial begins Tuesday morning at a federal courthouse in downtown Manhattan, it will be the most significant case of its kind—in many ways the only case of its kind—to reach trial.
As the clock strikes midnight on the new year, so begins the countdown to a new round of security threats and breaches that doubtless will unfold in 2015
Matthew Green’s got an excellent postmortem on the huge dump of NSA docsDer Spiegel last weekend. Read the rest
I originally published this post on Medium. I love Twitter. I always have. It’s a great way to meet people, get news and to talk about things you’re interested in. I’ve spent an unfathomable amount of time on the service, with 59,000 tweets over six years and countless friendships forged exclusively over the network.
Mashable! by Rex Santus
A new report on documents leaked to the press by whistleblower Edward Snowden highlights some security tools the National Security Agency has cracked — and those it hasn’t — in its widespread surveillance of digital communication.