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Senate report: Torture didn't work and the CIA lied about it

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No sign of Malaysia Airline wreckage; questions over stolen passports

There were few answers Sunday about the fate of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, a day after contact was lost with the commercial jetliner en route from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.<p>An aerial search resumed at first light, with aircraft searching an area of the South China Sea for any sign of where the …

More recordings played at NATO 3 trial

Lawyers for the so-called NATO 3 got their first crack at cross-examining the first of two undercover Chicago police officers Thursday after Cook County prosecutors finished playing more than 50 undercover recordings that form the backbone of their case.<p>According to the recordings, one of the …

Snowden: Coming Home 'Not Possible' Under Whistle-Blower Laws

Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden says that it is "not possible" for him to come back home to face charges, unless changes are made to the Whistleblower Protection Act.<p>During a live question and answer session hosted by a website collecting money for his legal defense, Snowden said that as a …

Coder defeats Snapchat's anti-bot system in less than an hour

Apparently, Snapchat's spot-the-ghost human verification tool isn't all <i>that</i> clever -- Steven Hickson has already written software that circumvents the anti-bot feature. His technique simply finds the best matches between Snapchat's sample pictures and a reference image. It's not flawless, but it's …

Privacy dominates tech execs' discussion at Davos

At the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, tech CEOs say full privacy online is impossible.<p>DAVOS, Switzerland -- Internet users will never have total privacy, a group of chief executives of communication and Internet companies said Wednesday.<p>"I don't think we as a society want 100 percent …

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