Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for March 20

Computer via NorseCorp on Twitter

Computer via NorseCorp on Twitter

It’s Friday, kittens, and you know what that means! Yup, time to switch gears from worrying about security at work to worrying about security at home. Have teenage kids? Good luck sleeping nights! Remember, your first line of defence is a post-it note over the webcam. Your second line of defence is a welded plate of steel over the webcam…

Turkish Parliament Passes Restrictive Internet Bill, bans (CommitteeToProtectJournalists)

The CIA Just Declassified the Document That Justified the Iraq Invasion (Vice)

Enterprise Security vs. Nation State Threat Actors (Norse)

US, UK, and China battle over which bank gets to exploit Third World (FifthColumn)

Icelandic Pirate Party’s rapid rise may result in citizenship for Snowden (ArsTechnica)

No Browser is safe : Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari all hacked at Pwn2Own contest (TechWorm) faces daily $30,000 bill from DDoS attack (NakedSecurity)

Call for criminal charges in HSBC case (ICIJ)

Those Snowden Leaks? Yeah, Apparently They’re a State Secret (TheIntercept)

At least 700,000 routers given to customers by ISPs are vulnerable to hacking (ITWorld)

Googlegate! (GoogleMonitor)

Google Chairman Gets Called Out by His Own Diversity Ombudsman for Interrupting a Female Panelist at SXSW (Slate)

Chicago police commander resigns in wake of Homan Square revelations (Guardian)

UK’s Plans to Regulate Bitcoin Revealed in Treasury Report (CoinDesk)

The NSA Haiku Generator (NSAHaiku)


Categories: Bitcoin, Crime, Cyber, Hackers, Media, News, Politics

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