Spy Agencies Secretly Owned World’s Top Maker of Encryption Devices

Spy Agencies Secretly Owned World’s Top Maker of Encryption Devices

The US and West German intelligence agencies clandestinely owned the world’s leading manufacturer of encryption devices, Swiss-based Crypto AG, enjoying throughout the Cold War direct access to closely guarded secrets of more than 120 countries, the Washington Post reported on...
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Israeli Attack On Damascus Put At Risk Civilian Flight With 172 Passengers On Board

Israeli Attack On Damascus Put At Risk Civilian Flight With 172 Passengers On Board

On February 6th, the passenger plane, which landed at the time of the Israeli attack near Damascus, almost came under fire from Syria, the spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, Major General Igor Konashenkov said. According to the general, after 2...
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‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns

‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns

WhatsApp is a “Trojan horse” exploited to snoop on millions of users naive enough to believe that the Facebook-owned messenger differs from its parent company, long beset by privacy scandals, Telegram founder Pavel Durov said. In a lengthy post on...
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Tunisia to Launch National Currency “E-Dinar” Using Blockchain

Tunisia to Launch National Currency “E-Dinar” Using Blockchain

After marketing experts saw High-Performance crypto eTolar and understood the possibility of issuing any historical currency electronically, the Tunisian authorities decided to issue their own national electronic currency E-Dinar. Tunisia has become the first ...
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100 Years Ago, This Was The World’s Most Disruptive Technology

100 Years Ago, This Was The World’s Most Disruptive Technology

The history of US consumerism starts with the Sears Roebuck mail order catalog. Yes, the very same Sears that is struggling to emerge from bankruptcy today. But 125 years ago the company was every bit the disruptive innovator. A brief summary...
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France scraps plans for 4th-gen nuclear reactor

France scraps plans for 4th-gen nuclear reactor

After €730mn in investment, France scraps plans for 4th-gen nuclear reactor. The French nuclear agency says it axed plans to build a prototype fast-breeder nuclear reactor – at least for the foreseeable future – after spending over a decade and...
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Lebanese President Michel Aoun and Iraqi Officials: “Israeli Attacks Are Declaration Of War”

Lebanese President Michel Aoun and Iraqi Officials: “Israeli Attacks Are Declaration Of War”

Picture: A map of Khazaria Empire – the true fatherland of Khazars and international Khazarian murderers. Capital of Khazaria was Itil, not Jerusalem. Lebanon’s Christian President Announces Israeli Attacks Are “Declaration Of War” and ...
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Mercedes caught spying on drivers with secret tracking devices

Mercedes caught spying on drivers with secret tracking devices

Daimler, i.e. Mercedes-Benz has found itself at the center of an apparently illegal spying operation, following reports that it installed tracking devices on thousands of vehicles and shared customer location data with third parties. According to the Sun, Mer...
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US Treasury declares China ‘currency manipulator’

US Treasury declares China ‘currency manipulator’

US Treasury declares China ‘currency manipulator’ after Wall Street suffers worst trading session of 2019. Washington has escalated the trade war with Beijing by accusing China of being a currency manipulator, after a Wall Street stock wipeout by 767 point...
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Apple Suspends Program That Records Users Having Sex And Buying Drugs

Apple Suspends Program That Records Users Having Sex And Buying Drugs

Users will soon be presented with the option to “opt in” to what looks to us like a blackmailer’s dream come true. Suspicions about personal assistants being used to inadvertently surveil their users first surfaced. Last spring, Amazon acknow...
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University of Chicago created part-matter, part-light new ‘hybrid particles’

University of Chicago created part-matter, part-light new ‘hybrid particles’

Part-matter, part-light: Newly discovered ‘hybrid particles’ open doors to exciting new tech. Scientists have managed to create ‘hybrid’ particles from photons and atoms, crafting light that behaves like matter. The breakthrough could lead to revolutio...
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Scientists: Bladder cancer destroyed by the common cold virus

Scientists: Bladder cancer destroyed by the common cold virus

A strain of the common cold has successfully targeted and destroyed bladder cancer cells, an exciting study has revealed. The surprising results suggest the simple cold could revolutionize future cancer treatment. Scientists from the University of Surrey and R...
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Facebook has finally revealed the details of its cryptocurrency Libra

Facebook has finally revealed the details of its cryptocurrency Libra

Facebook has finally revealed the details of its cryptocurrency, Libra, which will let you buy things or send money to people with small fees. You’ll pseudonymously buy or cash out your Libra online or at local exchange points like grocery...
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Trump warns of a ‘market crash the likes of which has not been seen before’

Trump warns of a ‘market crash the likes of which has not been seen before’

Trump warns of a ‘market crash the likes of which has not been seen before’ if he loses 2020 election — but economists are worried he’s causing a recession on his own. United States President Donald Trump on Saturday warned...
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Broadcom Thinks The Huawei Ban Will Cost It $2 Billion

Broadcom Thinks The Huawei Ban Will Cost It $2 Billion

Broadcom Thinks The Huawei Ban Will Cost It $2 Billion This Year. Broadcom (NASDAQ: AVGO) released its second-quarter results yesterday and the company had some bad news for investors in its forecast. The company, based in the U.S., sees a...
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