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Report says that Sony Pictures Hackers Linked to Breaches in China, India, Japan

A coalition of security companies that jointly investigated the Sony case for more than a year have concluded after the investigations that the perpetrators of the 2014 cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment were not activists or disgruntled employees, and likely had attacked other targets in...

Reuters Poll shows Solid Support for Apple in iPhone Encryption Fight

A national online poll conducted by Reuters found that nearly half of Americans support Apple Inc's decision to oppose a federal court order demanding that it unlock a smartphone used by San Bernardino shooter Rizwan Farook.   While 35 percent said they disagreed and 20 percent said they did...

'Cessation of Hostilities' Plan Agreed to by the Syrian Government

As the Assad government said it would accept a “cessation of hostilities” on the condition that attacks on Islamic State, al-Nusra and other UN-identified terrorist groups can continue, a preliminary hurdle to the start of a US and Russian-brokered ceasefire in Syria was cleared.   The...

WikiLeaks: NSA Spied on Merkel, Berlusconi and Sarkozy

Netanyahu asked Berlusconi to help him to establish contact with Obama. Meanwhile, Sarkozy and Berlusconi discussed the poor state of the Italian economy, reports WikiLeaks. Tuesday, February 23, WikiLeaks announced publication of secret documents about National Security Agency (NSA)’s...

Fight Over Access to a Terrorist's IPhone Set Corporations Against Politicians

US technology companies united against onslaught of the authorities, who want to get access to personal data of users. Before, Apple refused to satisfy a court order to aid the FBI in hacking a phone belonged to a liquidated shooter. The corporation’s decision was supported by Google, WhatsApp and...

Kurdish Militants Blamed for Ankara Bomb by Turkey, Vows Response in Syria and Iraq

The suicide car bombing that killed 28 people in the capital Ankara has been blamed on a Syrian Kurdish militia fighter working with Kurdish militants inside Turkey by Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu. He also vowed retaliation in both Syria and Iraq.   Late on Wednesday as military...

China 'Challenged' South China Sea Missile Report says Australia

While saying that any militarization would be a concern, China has "challenged" reports that it deployed advanced surface-to-air missiles to a disputed island in the South China Sea, said Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on Thursday.   Woody Island in the Paracels chain, which has...

France vs England: Hollande Against London's Ambitions

François Hollande will lead the attack on David Cameron. French president believes that the European Council did extremely generous offer to London, yet Britain has too many demands, blackmailing the whole of Europe with its referendum. On Thursday, Brussels will host a special summit, during which...

Court Orders Apple to Aid FBI in Unlocking California Shooter’s Phone

In an order that heightens a long-running dispute between tech companies and law enforcement over the limits of encryption, a U.S. judge on Tuesday ordered Apple Inc to help the FBI break into a phone recovered from one of the San Bernardino shooters.   Judge Sheri Pym of U.S. District Court...

Taiwan Says Missiles Sent to Contested South China Sea Island by China

Even as U.S. President Barack Obama urged restraint in the region, China ratcheted tensions by deploying an advanced surface-to-air missile system to one of the disputed islands it controls in the South China Sea, said Taiwan and U.S. officials.   The missile batteries had been set up on...
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