Wednesday, July 17, 2019

U.S. and British spies probably hacked us – Says Gemalto, phone SIM card maker

In the biggest example, the documents say 300,000 SIM codes destined for phone subscribers in SOMALIA were snatched. U.S. and British spies probably hacked into...

US offers highest-ever cybercrime reward for arrest of Russian hacker

State Department and FBI announce $3m reward for information about Evgeniy Bogachev, accused of running computer attack network  FBI assistant director for cyber security Joseph...

‘I would have come forward sooner’ – Snowden on NSA leak regrets

Former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden has frequently said that he does not regret blowing the whistle on the agency’s mass surveillance programs....

Mozambique charges journalists investigating rhino poaching

Mozambican authorities have charged two international journalists with trespassing and invasion of privacy in connection with their investigation of rhino poaching, according to news...

Google warns of US government ‘hacking any facility’ in the world

Google is boldly opposing an attempt by the US Justice Department to expand federal powers to search and seize digital data, warning that the...

Twitter under pressure to act more aggressively against terrorists

As the Islamic State’s go-to propaganda platform, the social media giant faces increasing demands to police its network Twitter, the social media giant, is facing...

Freed al-Jazeera journalists reunited with families in Egypt

Baher Mohamed says he will keep fighting for freedom of expression after he and Mohamed Fahmy are released on bail pending retrial Two al-Jazeera journalists...

Facebook launches free mobile Internet service in India

The companies will first offer the app in seven of India’s 22 regions, or zones and it will then go nationwide in the next...

Free Speech to Invite Evil

It has been an imprudent of Charlie Hebdo to rain fuel on the flames. Perception is that the magazine have unwisely done so to...

Freedom of media in court: Is Article 34 of the Constitution now dead?

There is truth in the statement of an unknown wit that proclaimed that “men fight for freedom, then they begin to accumulate laws to...

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Somaliland Politicians Call For Massive Demonstrations Against The Saudi Kingdom, Switch to Iran, Qatar

Two Somaliland politicians, both of them top ex-leaders of the national armed movement which brought down the brutal military regime of General Siad Barre...

Viral FaceApp challenge ‘forbidden’, Muslim scholar says

An Islamic scholar has condemned a social media trend that has swept the Middle East and much of the world, arguing it goes against...

Somalia: Al Shabaab Picks Up Operations, Visibility

Determined to re-emerge as the only credible force to reckon with in business, in social activities and in security, the Al-Qaeda affiliated Somalia-based Al-Shabaab...