US Central Command Twitter account hacked to read ‘I love you Isis’
Jan13

US Central Command Twitter account hacked to read ‘I love you Isis’

  This article titled “US Central Command Twitter account hacked to read ‘I love you Isis'” was written by Spencer Ackerman in New York, for The Guardian on Monday 12th January 2015 18.22 UTC In an act of cyber vandalism that appeared more embarrassing than destructive, the Twitter and YouTube accounts for US military forces in the Middle East and South Asia were hacked by supporters of Islamic State militants...

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Police face new ethical dilemma in increasingly digital world
Jan13

Police face new ethical dilemma in increasingly digital world

  This article titled “Police face new ethical dilemma in increasingly digital world” was written by Joshua Rozenberg, for The Guardian on Monday 12th January 2015 13.12 UTC “I took a call at five o’clock this morning,” Supt Richard Cooper told me last week. “A girl had texted her friend to say she’d taken an overdose. She couldn’t be found.” It’s Cooper’s job to decide whether Gloucestershire police should ask...

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The Guardian view on mass surveillance: missing the target
Jan12

The Guardian view on mass surveillance: missing the target

  This article titled “The Guardian view on mass surveillance: missing the target” was written by Editorial, for The Guardian on Monday 12th January 2015 20.19 UTC Kalashnikovs trained on free speech, police protection for Jewish schools and 10,000 troops out on “sensitive” streets in Britain’s nearest neighbour. The last few days in Paris stir searching questions about the nature of European society, the values it...

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