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FBI accuses Russia of stealing information from millions of Americans
The FBI filed criminal charges against two Russian intelligence agents and two hackers.
Prosecutor: Interview of Assange now translated from Spanish
Swedish prosecutors say a recent interview with WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, at the center of an inquiry into a possible sex crime in Sweden in 2010, has now been translated from Spanish into Swedish
WikiLeaks' latest release raises questions about who and why
WikiLeaks' release of documents purportedly revealing CIA spying tools raises questions about who's behind it and why
Who and why, twin mysteries behind leak of CIA's cybertools
WikiLeaks' release of nearly 8,000 documents that purportedly reveal secrets about the CIA's tools for breaking into targeted computers, cellphones and even smart TVs has given rise to multiple theories about who stole the documents and for what reason
FBI director meets with congressional leaders
James Comey held top secret briefings with congressional leaders and afterwards Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., said he's "seen no evidence" of the wiretapping Trump accused former President Obama of ordering.
Assange brags about devastating CIA leak
Assange said he would provide manufacturers with the CIA's technical details -- before making them public -- so that they could work to patch any vulnerabilities.
WikiLeaks to give tech companies early access to next hacking docs: Assange
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange defended on Thursday his organization's decision to publish what he alleges are more than 8,000 documents detailing the CIA's hacking arsenal, adding he would give tech companies early access to the next tranche of documents so that they can develop fixes before
Assange defends WikiLeaks' publication of CIA hacking docs
The CA developed. A giant arsenal he. What appears to be the largest arsenal of trojans and viruses in the world that attacks. Most of the the systems that journalists. People in government politicians. CEOs. And average people use. Didn't secure it. Lost control of it and then. Appears to have
FBI investigating WikiLeaks document dump
The hunt for the mole by the FBI is focused on a nondescript building outside Washington, the headquarters of the top secret Center for Cyber Intelligence.
The spy device in your pocket
The explosive claims made by WikiLeaks on Tuesday — that the CIA can turn popular smartphones and televisions into remote spying devices — highlights how unwitting consumers have allowed their love for electronics to make them vulnerable to covert surveillance. “It’s a boon for the good guys and