by Rob Rosenberger with Ross Greenberg
>A number of myths have popped up recently about the threat of computer “viruses”. There are myths about how widespread they are, how dangerous they are, and even myths about what a computer virus really is. We’d like the facts to be known.
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>Should You Be Concerned about NSA Spying if You Think You’ve Got Nothing to Hide?
>It has been nearly two years since the first disclosures of government surveillance programs by former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden and citizens around the globe are still coming to terms with how they feel about the programs and how to live in light of them. The documents leaked by Snowden revealed an array of activities in dozens of intelligence programs that collect data. The documents further detail the collection of Web traffic around the whole planet.
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>This comic summarizes all the 2013 scandals about online surveillance .
BlackWater n MonSanto n Academi
READ : MONSANTO NOW OWNS BLACKWATER XE,
Monsanto that is enchained with Rendon Group
DoD : “We don’t put our face and stars
but these contractors do as We know allow and pay them ” .
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Xe Services LLC is a private military company founded as Blackwater USA in 1997 by Erik Prince and Al Clark.
In October 2007, the company was renamed Blackwater Worldwide and was colloquially referred to as “Blackwater”. Blackwater has a wide array of business divisions, subsidiaries, and spin-off corporations but the organization as a whole has courted much controversy.
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Trailblazer The Secret Sharer
>While most of the N.S.A. was reeling on September 11th, inside SARC the horror unfolded “almost like an ‘I-told-you-so’ moment,” according to J. Kirk Wiebe, an intelligence analyst who worked there. “We knew we weren’t keeping up.” SARC was led by a crypto-mathematician named Bill Binney, whom Wiebe describes as “one of the best analysts in history.” Binney and a team of some twenty others believed that they had pinpointed the N.S.A.’s biggest problem—data overload—and then solved it. But the agency’s management hadn’t agreed.
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