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Julian Assange and Edward Snowden are subject to renewed speculation of US criminal charges following increased CIA rhetoric.
WikiLeaks has described Apple as ‘duplicitous’ for claiming it has fixed security concerns identified in Vault 7.
After the Vault7 release by Wikileaks, Cointelegraph offers advice on how to secure your devices in the age of global surveillance.
The dust is failing to settle on the Vault 7 CIA scandal as WikiLeaks highlights ‘targeted’ devices in a public list.
Wikileaks has revealed CIA secret documents that detail how it kept most-used phones, computers, TV sets, cars vulnerable to its spyware, bypassing all encoding.
The CIA turned consumer electronics worldwide into microphones and spied on Donald Trump 24/7, Kim Dotcom reports on Wikileaks’ Vault 7.
Julian Assange lost internet access in an apparent attempt by the US government to prevent further leaks during Colombian peace negotiations.
WikiLeaks validates the identity of the Equation group. Edward Snowden suggests this leak is a warning that someone can prove US responsibility for any attacks which originated from this malware.
A recent Visa report indicates that the major international credit card firm is planning to research blockchain; LocalBitcoins and BitQuick are withdrawing their services from NY in response to the BitLicense, and more news
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange spoke about the resurgence of the platform.
Mike Hearn says internal politics restrain Google from adopting bitcoin, TAR Airlines becomes Latin America's first airline to accept BTC and more news
Notorious whistleblower Julian Assange spoke glowingly about Bitcoin during a technology conference in South Africa on Wednesday, calling the currency “the most intellectually interesting development in the last two years.”
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