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Russian hackers said to steal cyber programmes from NSA Contra...

Martin's case followed the 2013 revelations of Edward Snowden, who fled his job as an NSA contractor in Hawaii for Hong Kong Last Updated at October 7, 2017 03:51 IST Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Russian hackers stole U.S. cyber secrets from NSA - media reports

WASHINGTON: Russian government-backed hackers stole highly classified U.S. cyber secrets in 2015 from the National Security Agency after a contractor put information on his home computer, two newspapers reported on Thursday. As reported first by The Wall ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Why privacy is important and all need it

‘Privacy allows people a space where they can refuse to conform. And it is in that space where liberty flourishes,’ says Gautam Bhatia. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. In No Place to Hide, the book that chronicles Edward Snowden’s unmasking of the American mass surveillance regime, the journalist Glenn Greenwald writes that ‘only when we believe that nobody else is watching us do we feel free -- safe -- to truly experiment, to test boundaries, to explore new ways ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

How Aadhaar promotes a digital caste system

The linking of biometric UID/Aadhaar number to all public services makes “We, the People of India” worse than slaves, says Dr Gopal Krishna. The second in a 7-part series. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com.   While adding some 24-page-long words of concurrence with the opinions of Justices Chelameswar, SA Bobde, Rohinton Fali Nariman and Dr DY Chandrachud in the verdict of  August 24, 2017, on the right to privacy, Justice Abhay Manohar Sapre refers to 'We, the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Three US geneticists take 2017 Nobel Medicine Prize

Stockholm: US geneticists Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash and Michael W Young were awarded the Nobel Medicine Prize today for shedding light on the biological clock that governs the sleep-wake cycles of most living things. The teams work revealed the role of ...
 Mathrubhumi2 weeks ago
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NSA says it would need to scale down spying programme ahead of expiration

The U.S. National Security Agency would need to begin winding down what it considers its most valuable intelligence program before its expiration at year-end if the U.S. Congress leaves its reauthorization in limbo, the agency’s deputy director said on ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

The Truth Serum: Why Do We Lie?

IN THE BOOK What do Women Want? Adventures in the Science of Female Desire (2013), author Daniel Bergner details the work of Canadian sexologist Meredith Chivers. Chivers was on a mission to ‘obliterate the civilised world’ when it came to the subject of ...
 Open Magazine3 weeks ago
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Well before the nuclear triad was complete, the US knew about India's secret missile projects

Months before India and the United States signed the framework nuclear agreement, US spies managed to get their hands on vital information on India’s nuclear missile programme. The Pokhran nuclear tests in 1998 had caught the US spooks by surprise, ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago
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Right to privacy: A citizen's inheritance

One of the crucial features of the right to privacy judgment is the understanding that democracy is founded on pluralism and diversity, and pluralism and diversity begin in the mind, says Gautam Bhatia.   In No Place to Hide, the book that chronicles Edward Snowden’s unmasking of the American mass surveillance regime, journalist Glenn Greenwald writes that “only when we believe that nobody else is watching us do we feel free -- safe -- to truly experiment, to test ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Right to Privacy: why RS Prasad’s presser is the funniest thing in a long time  catchnews.com1 month ago
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'Pakistani army officers don't want to join the ISI'

'The military in Pakistan is capable and self critical, but intelligence is stuffed full of lifers who resist change, which is why career soldiers in Pakistan try with all their might not to be transferred into the ISI.'   Adrian Levy, who co-authored The Exile, the story of Osama bin Laden's mystery years in Pakistan, discusses the Pakistan Deep State, the ISI and terrorism in this interview with Rediff.com's Nikhil Lakshman. Part 1 of the interview: The attack on Parliament and Osama's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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