NSA will Now Share Information “Un-Scrubbed”

On Thursday The New York Times reported that the Obama administration had recently finalized rules to give the National Security Agency (NSA) more leeway in sharing its vast trove of intercepted communications with the 15 other government agencies that make up the Intelligence Community.

Previously, agencies like the Drug Enforcement Agency and the

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$1.7 Million to Catch ONE Drug User

Backwards Land, also known as the United States of America, hosts many states that have implemented arguably counterproductive mandatory drug testing policies that violate personal rights and constitutional liberty.

Additionally, such programs are, arguably, a total waste of money. Those suffering from scrutiny regarding what they choose to

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U.S. Starts Requiring Foreign Travelers Disclose Social Media Accounts

The US Customs and Border Protection has started demanding that foreign travelers hand over Facebook, Twitter, and other social media account information upon entering the country, according to a report from Politico.

The new policy follows a proposal laid out back in June and applies only to those travelers who enter

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Sony Indoor Security Cameras Found to Have Backdoor Accounts

Sony SNCXM631

Many network security cameras made by Sony could be taken over by hackers and infected with botnet malware if their firmware is not updated to the latest version.

The Sony SNCXM631 is a full HD indoor camera.

Researchers from SEC Consult have found two backdoor accounts that exist in 80 models of professional Sony

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85 Million DailyMotion Account Details Hacked

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Details of more than 85 million users of video sharing site Dailymotion have been hacked, according to Leakedsource.

The breach detection company said 85.2 million usernames and email addresses and 18 million scrambled passwords had been stolen on 20 October.

But the passwords were protected with the Bcrypt hashing algorithm, which should make it

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