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16 сентября, 15:13

Week 17: Bannon the Critic Pans the Scandal Everyone’s Binge-watching

Despite a bad review, Mueller keeps working on the script.

15 сентября, 08:57

Steven Bannon Threw Serious Shade at These People in His New Interview

During his latest interview, Breitbart troll Steve Bannon savagely threw shade at a lot of people. Find out how many of them will soon hate him even more.

23 августа, 19:50

Former DNI Clapper Questions Trump's "Fitness For Office"; Fearmongers "Access To Nuclear Codes"

CNN's Don Lemon and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper linked up for an epic tag-team attack on President Trump last night in which Lemon masterfully teed up one leading question after another and Clapper knocked them all out of the park with provocative sound bites that will undoubtedly be played throughout the day.  Bravo, team!  Beautiful performance and seamless transition from the fake 'Russian collusion' narrative to the new, yet equally fake, "Trump is a racist and unfit for office' narrative. Here is a small sample of last night's master class on journalism: Lemon:  "What did you think of tonight's performance by President Trump?"   Clapper:"I don't know when I've listened and watched something like this from a President that I found more disturbing."   "Having some understanding of the levers of power that are available to a President, if he chooses to exercise them, I found this downright scary and disturbing."   Lemon:  "Are you questioning his fitness?"   Clapper:  "Yes, I do."   "I really question his ability, his fitness to be in this office and I also am beginning to wonder about his motivation for it.  Maybe he is looking for a way out."   "I do wonder, as well about the people that attracted to this -- to this rally as others. You know, what are they thinking? Or why am I so far off base? Because I don't understand the adulation. Of course, that's why I think he gravitated to having this rally as ill-timed as it is."   Lemon:  "You said you questioned his fitness. Is he a threat to national security? The president?"   Clapper:  "Well, he certainly could be. Again, having some understanding of the levers that a president can exercise, I worry about, frankly, you know, the access to the nuclear codes." And here is the full interview should you have the stomach for it:   Of course, one exchange that you likely won't see replayed throughout the day on CNN is the one in which Clapper again said he has no evidence of any collusion between Russia and Trump.  Lemon:  "The New York Times is reporting tonight about the falling out between the President and Mitch McConnell over Russia's interference in the 2016 election. The report is that the President is furious that McConnell failed to protect him.  You called the accusation of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia 'worse than watergate.'  What do you think is going on with the President?"   Clapper:  "First, to be clear Don, when I left certainly on the 20th of January I had not seen any evidence of direct collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russians."  WATCH: During Don Lemon & James Clapper's ranting on #PhoenixRally, they AGAIN admit that there's no evidence of Trump/Russian Collusion... pic.twitter.com/OySpNHbMHB — Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) August 23, 2017   Come on, Clapper...facts have no place in a narrative-building segment...

23 августа, 18:17

Ex-intelligence chief: Trump's access to nuclear codes is 'pretty damn scary'

James Clapper questioned the US president’s ‘fitness to be in this office’ after his speech in Phoenix, joining a growing chorus of alarm over his erratic behaviorDonald Trump’s access to the nuclear codes is “pretty damn scary”, a former US intelligence chief has said, calling Trump’s rally in Arizona on Tuesday night “disturbing”.James Clapper, director of national intelligence (DNI) for seven years under Barack Obama, questioned the US president’s “fitness to be in this office” after his demagogic performance in Phoenix, and expressed anxiety about Trump’s power to launch nuclear weapons without consulting Congress or any other official. Continue reading...

05 августа, 22:01

Oliver Stone Slams "Exceptional" America's "Vast Stupidity" In Sanctioning Russia

In a scathing Facebook post entitled "Mid Summer Anger," movie director (and infamous Putin interviewer), Oliver Stone lashes out at Washington's passage of the Russia sanctions bill, suggesting that US intelligence agencies aren't doing their job and are misleading the public in the "false-flag war" against Moscow. Congress passed its beloved Russia sanctions last week by a vote of 419-3! The Senate followed with a vote of 98-2!!     I guess ‘American Exceptionalism’ includes the vast stupidity inherent in having two giant oceans to distance us from the rest of humanity.   With all the Apples and Microsofts and computer geniuses we have in our country, can we not even accept the possibility that perhaps our intelligence agencies are not doing their job, and maybe, just maybe, are deliberately misleading us to continue their false-flag war against Russia? Or for that matter, that Russia itself may not be that invested in screwing up our vaunted democracy with such sloppy malware as claimed? Especially in view of the strong statement put out by Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity, a group of reform-minded veterans throwing a dose of acid on the infamous ‘Brennan-Clapper Report’ of January 6, 2017. With this report alone, much less the overt lying and leaking that’s been going on, both James Clapper (‘We don’t do surveillance on our own citizens’) and John Brennan (‘Drones and torture? None of our business') should be investigated as thoroughly as Michael Flynn, Jared Kushner, Trump’s son, etc.   What’s happened to Elizabeth Warren, Barbara Lee, or any of the people who’ve displayed some independent thinking in the past? Have they actually read this report? Somebody out there in DC, please explain to me this omission of common sense. Are the Washington Post and the New York Times so powerful that no one bothers to read or think beyond them? It seems the TV stations in this country take their copy from them.   I accept the US decline. That’s a given -- after all, compare our broken-down New York subway system with Moscow’s, as well as many other cities’ pristine and impeccable services. These sanctions, which I pray Europe can independently judge and discard, are as dumb as giving out medals to Generals who keep losing wars.     I still have this image burned in my brain of Petraeus with his 11/12(?) rows of ribbons, many looking like Boy Scout badges, surrounded by adoring Congressmen as he lied his way through his foreign policy testimony.   Never mind that any moment now a Dr. Strangelove-type incident can occur -- with less reaction time, say 15 minutes, compared to the 1960s 2/3 hours. We are truly at the edge as Mr. P pointed out in the documentary I made. Such Roman arrogance, such blindness, calls out for another Vietnam, another Iraq. We’re screaming for some Karmic Boot up the ass. Destroying our pride would be a favor that the gods could do us.   I can go on -- but I’m angry as you can tell. So what’s the point of going to the windows and screaming, even if I were on television? Read the report below from Sanity Inc. and pray another August (1914) passes without the war Congress, Media, and the Military-Industrial Complex are literally dying for.   I now fully realize how World War I started. People in power never really thought it would happen, and when it did, thought it’d be over in weeks.   You should know the rest of that history. It doesn’t end well. This, of course, is not the first time Stone has pointed out the fallacies behind US foreign policy and it appears his prophetic McCarthyism on steroids perspective from December has apparently come true... I remember well in the 1950s when the Russians were supposed to be in our schools, Congress, State Department -- and according to many Eisenhower/Nixon supporters -- about to take over our country without serious opposition (and they call me paranoid!).   It was this same media who insisted on our need to go to Vietnam to defend our freedoms against the communists 6,000 miles away. And after the Red Scare finally went away for good in 1991, let us remind ourselves that It never ended. It became Hussein of Iraq with his weapons of mass destruction, and talk of the ‘mushroom cloud.’ It became a Demon, as real as any Salem Witch Trial. It was Gaddafi of Libya, and then it was Assad of Syria. In other words, as in an Orwellian prophesy, it never ended, and I can guarantee you it never will -- unless we the people who can still think for ourselves in this existential matter, can say “Enough” to this demon act. “Enough,’ “go away” -- laugh in their faces.

30 июня, 23:11

BuzzFeed subpoenas feds for Trump dossier info

Media outlet seeks to use Russian tech executive’s libel suit to seek records from spy agencies.

30 июня, 22:19

New York Times Forced To Retract Longstanding '17 Intel Agencies' Lie About Russian Hacking

Authored by Caitlin Johnstone via Medium.com, “Seventeen intelligence agencies”? - ?if you’ve been following the maniacal #TrumpRussia coverage to any extent, you’ve heard this phrase used uncritically, time and again, regardless of your ideological loyalties. Pundits, papers and rank-and-file establishment loyalists have been unquestioningly regurgitating the nonsensical line that 17 intelligence agencies confirmed Russian interference in the US elections ever since Hillary Clinton made that baseless assertion in a debate back in October. Clinton's "17 US intelligence agencies" may be the biggest, most immediately disprovable wopper ever intentionally made during a debate. — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 20, 2016   Hillary Clinton's "17 US intelligence agencies" include: *Coast Guard*DEA*Navel Intelligence*Department of Energy*Air Force recon — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) October 20, 2016 The innate absurdity of the claim was immediately attacked by WikiLeaks and anti-establishment outlets who pointed out that this would necessarily need to involve full investigations from agencies like the Coast Guard, the DEA and the Energy Department in order to be true. Nevertheless, many high-profile pro-establishment outlets like Politifact and USA Today found Clinton’s claims to be 100 percent true on the grounds that James Clapper, then-Director of National Intelligence and notorious Russophobic racist, “speaks on behalf of” all 17 intelligence agencies. To this day Politifact stands by its false claim on the basis of that same spurious assertion. 3490 fake news stories that reported that "17 intelligence agencies" made US election hacking report when only 3 did https://t.co/QGaG47rzBL — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) May 8, 2017 New Cracks in Russia-gate ‘Assessment’ https://t.co/pEb9Nsdobq Can you say WMD's in Iraq? Does this look like '17 intelligence agencies? pic.twitter.com/ZJkqTZtMmb — Laughing Lefty (@laughingliberal) May 23, 2017 It turns out, however, that in addition to Clapper’s office there were only three intelligence agencies involved in that assessment, not 17, and that the conclusions were drawn not by the actual agencies in full, but by a mere two dozen loyalists from those agencies hand-selected by Russophobic eugenicist Clapper himself. The great Robert Parry notes in his Consortium News article about this point, “as any intelligence expert will tell you, if you ‘hand-pick’ the analysts, you are really hand-picking the conclusion. For instance, if the analysts were known to be hard-liners on Russia or supporters of Hillary Clinton, they could be expected to deliver the one-sided report that they did.” As reported by Parry, we have known about these facts since they emerged from Clapper’s racist face hole on May 8, and they were confirmed by former CIA Director John Brennan on May 23. And yet at a California technology conference on May 31, Hillary Clinton repeated the same lie she’s been spouting since October: “Seventeen agencies, all in agreement, which I know from my experience as a Senator and Secretary of State, is hard to get. They concluded with high confidence that the Russians ran an extensive information war campaign against my campaign, to influence voters in the election. They did it through paid advertising we think; they did it through false news sites; they did it through these thousand agents; they did it through machine learning, which you know, kept spewing out this stuff over and over again. The algorithms that they developed. So that was the conclusion.” The “17 intelligence agencies” lie had been completely, thoroughly debunked for weeks, and yet not a soul called Clinton out on her brazen lie within the establishment press. Indeed, establishment pundits like Megyn Kelly continued to repeat the lie, and have continued to do so throughout the month of June. NYT issues a correction repudiating the "17 intelligence agencies" canard that continues to get endlessly repeated https://t.co/lXDrPTPsHe pic.twitter.com/2gCuqjRBNM — Michael Tracey (@mtracey) June 29, 2017 All this changed when CNN was sent reeling by a 1–2–3-punch combination ensuing from its horrendously propagandistic Russia coverage, which has seen three of its journalists lose their jobs and sent the network into international disgrace. All of a sudden we are seeing establishment outlets getting a lot more conscientious about what they choose to publish about the Russian Federation, and today we saw none other than the New York Times posting the very first retraction of this long-debunked lie that we have seen in establishment media. Correction: June 29, 2017   A White House Memo article on Monday about President Trump’s deflections and denials about Russia referred incorrectly to the source of an intelligence assessment that said Russia orchestrated hacking attacks during last year’s presidential election.   The assessment was made by four intelligence agencies — the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Central Intelligence Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National Security Agency. The assessment was not approved by all 17 organizations in the American intelligence community. You just know how that went down, too; the retraction tells a complete story with a beginning, middle and end. The article’s author repeated the “17 intelligence agencies” lie without so much as a second thought, because it’s something they’ve been saying for months and getting away with?—?hey, it’s only Russia, right? They’re the Official Bad Guys so we can print whatever we want about them. The Washington Post has been getting away with telling brazen lie after brazen lie about Russia and suffering no consequences for it whatsoever, so we’ve got plenty of wiggle room here. The article passed by the editors for the same reason, but then someone up top received a complaint about the false claim in the article and immediately pulled the author into his office, yelling, “You fool! What’s the matter with you? Are you trying to get us CNNed???” As I never get tired of reminding the brainwashed consumers of mainstream media, Russiagate is bullshit, and we fucking told you so. The entire thing was sparked off by two dozen agents hand-selected by a racist man with a racist agenda, and only persists because the US deep state wants regime change in Moscow and Damascus. This moronic conspiracy theory has been permitted to march on for far too long, and in the meantime we’ve been goose stepped to the brink of World War 3 as a result of this administration’s idiotic behavior in Syria. That’s where a real resistance needs to happen; not a McResistance to imaginary threats fed to the masses by the lying corporate media, but a real resistance to a very real and tangible threat from actions by the Trump administration and the unelected power establishment with which he is unquestionably aligned in a nation that the United States has no business involving itself in whatsoever. Come on, America. I know you can snap out of the trance they’ve got you in. I know you’ve got it in you. Slam the brakes on the course they’ve got you on. Protest US involvement in Syria. Don’t let them Iraq you again.

29 июня, 12:00

America Needs a Dead Man's Switch

The U.S. must establish policies that can protect its electoral system and respond to foreign actors in real-time.

28 июня, 19:01

Meddling ‘Proof’: Russia stays on top of US media news cycle

Meddling is in Russia’s DNA according to the former director of US national intelligence James Clapper and that proves Moscow is still making attempts to be involved in American politics, he was appearing in a new documentary that aired on CNN during prime time. RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.

27 июня, 08:07

Ложь Трампа и его удары по Сирии разоблачены

Легендарный журналист Сеймур Херш бросает вызов администрации президента США

27 июня, 07:15

Feds won't release redacted intelligence report on Russian election meddling

Officials say even a disclosure of skeleton of original report could put sources and methods at risk.

24 июня, 02:28

It Took Two to Make Russian Meddling Effective

A Washington Post report on 2016 election interference raises the question: What could Obama have done differently?

22 июня, 19:12

Trump Is a Russian-Interference Truther Once More

On Twitter, the president claims vindication against claims of collusion and reverses his acknowledgement of Kremlin tampering with the election.

22 июня, 17:33

Trump Isn't Sure If Russian Hacking Happened, But Is Still Blaming Obama

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); President Donald Trump on Thursday blamed the Obama administration for any Russian intrusion into the 2016 election. By the way, if Russia was working so hard on the 2016 Election, it all took place during the Obama Admin. Why didn't they stop them?— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2017 Trump’s tweet came a day after Jeh Johnson, who served as secretary of homeland security under President Barack Obama, testified that Russian President Vladimir Putin had directed officials to interfere in the U.S. election. The intrusion, Johnson said, was ”a fact, plain and simple.” Johnson’s testimony on Russian intrusion is consistent with the assessment of several U.S. intelligence agencies, including the FBI, CIA and National Security Agency. Despite the overwhelming consensus within the intelligence community, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Thursday that he didn’t know if Trump believed Russia was behind the attacks. Members of the House Intelligence Committee pressed Johnson as to why the Obama administration didn’t move more quickly to expose Russian influence during the presidential campaign. Johnson defended the administration, saying its members were being cautious to avoid the appearance that they were trying to influence the campaign. He noted that James Clapper, then the director of national intelligence, in October released a statement about Russian interference that went largely ignored. Johnson also said his department offered to help the Democratic National Committee secure its systems after hackers breached it last summer, but that the DNC declined. Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) pressed Johnson to say whether he believed there was collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian hackers, something a special prosecutor is now investigating. Johnson declined to answer, saying he no longer had access to the necessary intelligence. Trump, who has called the Russia inquiry a “witch hunt” and strongly pushed back against any suggestion of collusion, tweeted Thursday that he had been exonerated. Former Homeland Security Advisor Jeh Johnson is latest top intelligence official to state there was no grand scheme between Trump & Russia.— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2017 ...Why did Democratic National Committee turn down the DHS offer to protect against hacks (long prior to election). It's all a big Dem HOAX!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 22, 2017 Trump’s tweets came shortly after former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) suggested on “Fox and Friends” that the Trump administration should blame Russian interference on the Obama administration. “For Jeh Johnson to say the Russians had successfully done something, he had to say he failed as Homeland Security chief,” he said. “We should’ve turned it back on the Obama administration from Day One and said, ‘Are you telling us that you are so incompetent that for six months the Russians were doing something and you didn’t know it?’ They would have had to have said, ‘Oh no, we’re not that incompetent.’” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

21 июня, 21:18

Former DHS Secretary: Russian Intrusion In The 2016 Election Is 'A Fact, Plain And Simple'

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); WASHINGTON ― The Obama administration’s top homeland security official warned on Wednesday that Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election was far more advanced than previously reported. Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson lamented that there was not enough public awareness and urgency on the issue, while defending the former administration’s reticence to publicly discuss the information in the months leading up to the election. “In 2016, the Russian government, at the direction of Vladimir Putin himself, orchestrated cyberattacks on our nation for the purpose of influencing our election. That is a fact, plain and simple,” Johnson said, testifying before the House Intelligence committee, which is conducting one of several investigations into Russian meddling in last year’s election. Echoing the testimonies of other government officials, Johnson warned that Russian interference would continue, urging congressional leaders and members of President Donald Trump’s administration to prioritize cybersecurity and take steps to prevent further intrusions into U.S. elections. Yet Trump, whose campaign is under investigation for potentially colluding with Russian officials, has maintained that reports of Russian interference were “fake news.” Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the nation’s top law enforcement official, testified before the Senate last week that he had never received or asked for a briefing on the issue. Johnson also said during his testimony that the Democratic National Committee refused the Department of Homeland Security’s attempts to help them with security precautions, after hackers obtained and released DNC emails last July. “I recall very clearly that I was not pleased that we were not in there helping them patch this vulnerability,” he said.  Members of the House panel repeatedly pressed Johnson on why the Obama administration was slow to go public with their reports on Russia’s role in the cyberattacks. Johnson defended the former administration’s cautious approach, for fear of “injecting ourselves into a very heated campaign,” he said. Without referring to Trump directly, Johnson noted that in particular, “one of the candidates, as you recall, was predicting that the election was going to be ‘rigged’ in some way.” But Johnson said that he had raised the issue with other intelligence officials and with state election officials over several months. And when he and James Clapper, then the director of national intelligence, released a public statement about the matter on Oct. 7, Johnson said that the public and the media largely ignored it. “It did not get the attention it should have” because it came on the same day as the bombshell tape of Trump bragging about sexual assault, he said. Much of the problem in the administration’s inadequate response was that the sophistication of the Russian interference was “unprecedented,” he said, particularly their ability to “dump information into the public space to influence the election.”    “No one knew how far the Russians were going to go,” Johnson said, adding that “in retrospect, I should have bought a sleeping bag and camped out in front of the DNC.” While Johnson testified that he had no evidence suggesting the Russians directly altered votes, he was still deeply concerned and had made the issue “a top priority” during his time at the DHS. “We were pushing information out the door to everybody,” he said. Johnson testified that throughout the early fall, he had offered cybersecurity support to state election officials, but some ignored the DHS’ warnings. When asked for his recommendations, Johnson said that the onus was on state election officials to adopt greater cybersecurity protections and suggested grants to fund them. Johnson’s warnings of future Russian interference echoed those of fired FBI director James Comey, who told the Senate intelligence committee earlier this month that the issue was “about as unfake as you can possibly get” — a clear reference to Trump’s claim that it was “fake news.” Johnson on Wednesday shed light on his working relationship with Comey, describing Comey as “the cop, and I am the fireman,” referring to the FBI’s role in identifying threats and the DHS’s role in “patching vulnerabilities, detecting bad actors in the system.” But he did criticize the delay in communication about the DNC hack between the FBI and DHS, noting that “there were glitches, instances where we did not communicate as effectively as we could have.” -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

19 июня, 13:00

Зачем говорят о русских хакерах

Почему считается — «теорией заговора» полагать, что недовольный сотрудник Национального комитета Демократической партии передал «Викиликс» их электронные письма, но считать, что они были предоставлены Россией — никак не теория заговора? Почему? Какой сценарий вероятнее — что рассерженный сотрудник передал наносящие ущерб письма, чтобы ввести своих начальников в замешательство или что иностранное правительство взломало компьютеры Национального […]

16 июня, 18:24

Procrastinating on June 16, 2017

**Over at [Equitable Growth](http://EquitableGrowth.org): Must- and Should-Reads:** * **Brad DeLong** (2007): Tom Grubisich Is One Unhappy Camper: "Tom Grubisich... a former _Washington Post_ reporter and editor [says]... * **Kavya Vaghul**: Conservation easements and tax policies in the United States: "Deductions for conservation easement donations are taken by taxpayers in states that have small shares of conserved land... * **Bridget Ansel**: A research roundup on unpredictable schedules in the United States: "For Americans with a 9-to-5 job, it can be hard to imagine the life of a worker with an unpredictable, constantly shifting schedule... * **Janet Yellen and Nancy Marchall Genzer**: Janet Yellen Interested in Reevaluating 2% : "Nancy Marchall Genzer, Marketplace: 'Recently, a group of economists sent the Fed a letter... * **Lawrence Summers**: 5 reasons the Fed may be making a mistake : "The... paradigm... is highly problematic. Much better would be a “shoot only when you see the whites of the eyes of inflation” paradigm... * **David Cutler and Emily Gee**: Coverage Losses Under the ACA Repeal Bill for Congressional Districts in All States: "Within a decade, on average, an additional 55,000 more individuals in each congressional district, or nearly 8 percent... would lack coverage... * **Dodge Cahan...

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15 июня, 20:00

DON’T LISTEN TO CLAPPER, HE’S A HACK: James Clapper Says Nerd Magic Can Solve Terrorist Content Fil…

DON’T LISTEN TO CLAPPER, HE’S A HACK: James Clapper Says Nerd Magic Can Solve Terrorist Content Filtering, Create Safe Encryption Backdoors. Nothing that’s happened in the last several years suggests that we can trust these people to do their jobs competently or honestly.

13 июня, 19:01

Jailed US student released by North Korea

NORTH Korea has released Otto Warmbier, an American serving a 15-year prison term with hard labor for alleged anti-state acts, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said yesterday. The announcement came

08 июня, 18:00

Кто украл письма Хиллари?

Почему считается — «теорией заговора» полагать, что недовольный сотрудник Национального комитета Демократической партии передал «Викиликс» их электронные письма, но считать, что они были предоставлены Россией — никак не теория заговора? Почему? Какой сценарий вероятнее — что рассерженный сотрудник передал наносящие ущерб письма, чтобы ввести своих начальников в замешательство или что иностранное правительство взломало компьютеры Национального […]