Day: January 5, 2021

Al Jazeera Journalists Hacked Via Israeli NSO Group Spyware

Our world is increasingly dependent on cyberspace. Organizations and individuals seeking to cause chaos or steal information are developing and using cyber capabilities to do just that. Recently, 36 journalists associated with Al Jazeera were hacked by an Israeli spy firm taking advantage of an iPhone software flaw. According to

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Pro-Democracy Action Leads To Bank Freezes And Arrests In Hong Kong

According to the Los Angeles Times, some pro-democracy organisers in Hong Kong have had their bank accounts frozen because of recent pro-Beijing legislation intended to move the region past the ‘one-country two-systems’ era. Although the pro-democratic opposition has recently resigned on-mass from Hong Kong’s Legislative Council, and not held large

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Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité – Et Confidentialité? New Wave Of French Protests Over Draft Security Bill

Protesters have again clashed with police in Paris, as nearly one hundred rallies gather nationwide to protest a controversial new draft security law. Despite President Emmanuel Macron’s ruling L.R.E.M. (La République en Marche) Movement announcing that parts of the law would be rewritten after backlash on December 1st, the protests,

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