Medical records are GOLD STANDARD for identity theft, and unfortunately they are rarely protected as well as they should be. In countries where the user pays out of pocket they may even include payment data like credit cards. As I’ve… Read More ›
Month: May 2015
Nigel Farage is as likely to become prime minister as we are to make alien contact this year, and more UK election odds
Well, aren’t they the same thing?
Norton Anti-Virus must be WAY more effective in Japan for some reason. The transcript: Subs by evasivemaneuver, (Twitter: @wine_pimp) People have always been praying for safety People have always struggled to safeguard their privacy Today the Gods have answered thy… Read More ›
Originally posted on intelNews.org:
By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org Lawmakers in the French National Assembly have overwhelmingly approved a new bill giving the country’s intelligence services unprecedented domestic spy capabilities. The bill, which is dismissed by critics as France’s…
Well, this should be interesting. Fingers crossed it is not RIVETING.
This article originally appeared on GeorgieBC, and is reprinted here with permission of the author, Heather Marsh, who is a semi-regular contributor to the Cryptosphere, and a leading activist on behalf of Omar Khadr, who has been a prisoner of one… Read More ›
Another icon of science fiction has left this space-time continuum, on a journey to the unknown. Grace Lee Whitney, however, did not think of it this way; she had long since become a born again Christian. She died May 1… Read More ›
This article comes to us from returning contributor Nozomi Hayase. It is her second for The Cryptosphere. Six years since the inception of Bitcoin, awareness of this stateless currency has grown exponentially. Even though consumer adoption has barely gotten off… Read More ›
Raven, the first novel by international correspondent and travel/war/human catastrophe author Robert Young Pelton, is available exclusively from the author’s site as a downloadable ebook. Not knowing Robert Young Pelton as an author, I had no specific expectations around his… Read More ›