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Cryptocurrency Mining Hack That Compromised Thousands of Sites ‘Could Have Been a Catastrophe’

UK and US government sites were affected.
Jordan Pearson
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
2.12.18
DRONES
DRONES

Drones and Fishing Lines Are Bringing Broadband to Remote Villages

Openreach, a British infrastructure delivery company, came up with the idea to deal with tricky terrain.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.1.17
equihax
equihax

Canada's Privacy Watchdog Is Investigating Equifax

The credit firm still won't say how many Canadians are affected.
Jordan Pearson
9.15.17
Exported Surveillance
Exported Surveillance

The UK Granted Spy Tech Export to Turkey Amid Its Massive Crackdown on Dissent

Turkey has ordered over a hundred media outlets to close, jailed journalists, and most recently demanded the arrest of a senior Amnesty International employee.
Joseph Cox
7.19.17
Infrastructure Hacking
Infrastructure Hacking

GCHQ Says Hackers Have Likely Compromised UK Energy Sector Targets

The news comes after the FBI and Homeland Security warned hackers had targeted US energy firms too.
Joseph Cox
7.17.17
DRONES
DRONES

This Video Shows How a Drone Creates Airport Chaos

An air traffic controller's view.
Ben Sullivan
7.11.17
New Nuclear
New Nuclear

Britain’s First Nuclear Power Plant in 20 Years Is Delayed and Over Budget

The setback is a blow to the European nuclear power industry.
Chris Baraniuk
7.3.17
data breaches
data breaches

The AA Exposed Emails, Credit Card Data, and Didn’t Inform Customers

Previously, the insurance company said that no data had been compromised.
Joseph Cox
7.3.17
crypto wars
crypto wars

The UK Has a Dirty Secret for Spying on Encrypted Messages: Hacking

Members of the media and some politicians are near-constantly talking about accessing terrorist communications, but are ignoring one of the most viable solutions.
Joseph Cox
6.27.17
is this legal
is this legal

Europe's Highest Court Is Stalling the UK's New Surveillance Powers

At least one agency that can request internet browsing data is holding off until the European Court of Justice settles an important case.
Joseph Cox
6.22.17
Counter-terror
Counter-terror

UK Cops Say Visiting the Dark Web Is a Potential Sign of Terrorism

In a leaflet distributed as part of a nationwide counter-terrorism campaign, police tell citizens to be on the lookout for anyone using the dark web.
Joseph Cox
6.20.17
Internet Insecurity
Internet Insecurity

British Hacker Pleads Guilty to Hacking US Military Satellite Phone And Messaging System

A 25-year-old broke into a DoD satellite communication system and doxed around 800 Department of Defense employees.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
6.15.17