Michael Klare / TomDispatchFeb 18, 2019
Tensions between the rival superpowers continue to escalate, and perhaps the greatest victim of their conflict will be planet Earth itself. Dig deeper ( 12 Min. Read )
Kasia Anderson / TruthdigJul 9, 2016
Compared to the era-defining new infoweapon Stuxnet, Big Brother is the stuff of child’s play. Compared to the era-defining new infoweapon Stuxnet, Big Brother is the stuff of child’s play. Dig deeper ( 4 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigAug 31, 2013
Top-secret budget documents given to The Washington Post by NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden show how Barack Obama's growing force of cyberwarriors infiltrate and disrupt foreign computer networks. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigJul 9, 2013
"Every day, hundreds of millions of messages from the entire Latin American continent are devoured by US spy agencies, and stored forever in warehouses the size of small cities," WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange writes in The Guardian on Tuesday. "The geographical facts about the infrastructure of the internet therefore have consequences for the independence and sovereignty of Latin America." Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
By Pepe Escobar, TomDispatchJun 21, 2013
With a set of cyber-campaigns -- from cyber-enabled economic theft and espionage to the possibility of future state-sanctioned cyber-attacks -- evolving in the shadows, it’s hard to spin the sunny “new type of great power relationship” President Xi suggested for the U.S. and China at the recent summit. Dig deeper ( 14 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigFeb 6, 2013
Chuck Hagel's confirmation hearings to become secretary of defense have raised questions about the Republican Party's ability to conduct U.S. foreign policy worthy of a major international player; Hillary Clinton may be responsible for the decline in the use of "Hillary" as a baby name; meanwhile, although President Obama is quite adept at Internet use, his tendency toward waging a "cyber war" is a deficient approach to online security. These discoveries and more after the jump. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigFeb 1, 2013
“Revelations that China apparently targeted the New York Times in a campaign of cyber-espionage have cast a rare spotlight on attempts by Beijing to crack down on any criticism of its ruling elite,” The Guardian reports. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
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