NSA,Surveillance,World news,Data and computer security,Data protection,Technology,Internet,US news,The NSA files The NSA has huge capabilities – and if it wants in to your computer, it's in. With that
Furniture is probably the last thing on the mind of most open source proponents but now it doesn’t have to be. OpenDesk is a free, open source line of furniture that you can make yourself or order unassembled
For decades we’ve been trying to boldly go where no man has gone before. How successful have we been? All is revealed in this infographic. For around half a century we’ve been trying to boldly go where
To the child-free women out there: thank you. Contrary to popular media narratives and the critiques of those concerned about the continued supremacy of the white race, women who don't have children are
Yesterday, the US Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) was thrust into the spotlight when Reuters published a story about its practice of recreating the investigative trail to conceal leads it receives from NSA.
Consider, for instance, the rise of the warrior cop, of increasingly up-armored police departments across the country often filled with former military personnel encouraged to use the sort of rough tactics
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A secretive U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration unit is funneling information from intelligence intercepts, wiretaps, informants and a massive database of telephone records to across
It seems that women these days are too clever for their own good, at least when it comes to making babies. Research emerging from the London School of Economics examining the links between intelligence