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Snowden Leak Revealed “NSA has the ability and to covertly hack potentially millions of computers”

March 12, 2014


On Monday, Edward Snowden spoke to a crowd of thousands at SXSW, and it seriously felt like he was reading our minds states on the email sent by Fight for the Future. To find out what Snowden said click on here. Snowden Leak Revealed “NSA has the ability and to covertly hack potentially millions of […]

Privacy & Cyber Security is a concern globally

December 1, 2013


I agree privacy and security isn’t about just fighting cybercrime only in the 21st century, the issue now is about our end point rights and who views our data and it is being used for monetary cost without considering the human cost. According to Michael Geist, Canada’s research chair on the Internet and e-commerce law […]

Leaked NSA Dox Damaged Relations with Hackers

August 7, 2013


The U.S. government’s efforts to recruit talented hackers could suffer from the recent revelations about its vast domestic surveillance programs, as many private researchers express disillusionment with the National Security Agency. Though hackers tend to be anti-establishment by nature, the NSA and other intelligence agencies had made major inroads in recent years in hiring some […]

via @Declan McCullagh “Feds tell Web firms to turn over user account passwords”

July 25, 2013


Do we really have end point safety, privacy and protection rights? in the digital information age as users of  Internet, technology networks and devices….. question I have been asking tech leaders as we use various web tools for our communication purposes,  as we access the Internet to connect over various  social networking sites. So as […]

Mass survellance Edward Snowden are you pissed off ? law vs humanrights

July 1, 2013


Fight for the Future sends an email out to all the members (see below) and if you are an American  you will want to follow them. “The important email we’re going to send you this month. As you know, recent leaks have revealed that the U.S. Government has turned the Internet into the most massive […]

Women & privacy rights in the digital age ?

January 22, 2013


A Texas attorney and at least 23 women have started a class-action suit against revenge-porn site and its host,, “Revenge porn” is the most common form of “involuntary porn,” the publication of nude or sexually explicit photos without the subject’s consent or even knowledge. The photos are usually submitted by malicious ex-lovers or […]

The Revised Cybersecurity Act 2012.

July 20, 2012


By Barack Obama “Taking the Cyberattack Threat Seriously” In a future conflict, an adversary unable to match our military supremacy on the battlefield might seek to exploit our computer vulnerabilities here at home. “Last month I convened an emergency meeting of my cabinet and top homeland security, intelligence and defense officials. Across the country trains […]