Thu, 25 May 2017

Articles Posted in the " Cyber " Category



  • ICYMI #22: CFAA & Password Sharing – Jamie Lee Williams (EFF)

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    Jerod interviews Jamie Lee Williams, legal fellow with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) about the expansive Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). A recent ruling by Ninth Circuit Court of


  • ICYMI #16: Dr. Richard Tynan – Privacy International

    Jerod …

  • ICYMI #12 – Marco Calamari: GlobaLeaks & Whistle Blower Protection

    Jerod interviews Marco Calamari,


  • ICYMI #10 – Freddy Martinez: Chicago Police Surveillance

    Sam and Jason fill in for Jerod to interview Freddy Martinez of the non-profit Lucy Parsons Labs in Chicago. Martinez won a major public records case against the Chicago Police Department specifically over their use of surveillance technology. In …


  • SECURE SOURCE SUBMISSION GUIDE

    Hello prospective source!

    North Star Post is a fledgling newspaper founded in mid 2015. We cover a number of issues, including surveillance, national security, and government accountability. We have staff in the Minneapolis, Phoenix, Chicago, Canada and trusted partners elsewhere.

    We look forward to working with sources, and using whatever means possible and appropriate to protect their confidentiality. We are


  • ICYMI #5 – Kirk Wiebe: NSA, Whistle Blowing & ThinThread / Trailblazer

    Jerod and Sam speak with NSA whistle blower J. Kirk Wiebe. He helped create a program along with other NSA whistle-blowers that could have prevented 9/11 but was dropped in favor of mass surveillance. Mr. …


  • ICYMI #4 – Encryption

    ICYMI #4 – Encryption

    Jerod interviews technology & surveillance reporter for the North Star Post, Jason Hernandez. Jason is a self-taught cyber security expert and works to implement strong security measures for the data and communications of the Post. The two explain how encryption technology works, the …


  • Anonymous to Name Prominent KKK Members

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    Hacktivist group Anonymous appeared to have published dozens of email addresses and phone numbers allegedly belonging to members of the Ku Klux Klan late Sunday, in an attempt to out U.S. senators and mayors as members.

    However, the information dump known as #OpKKK/#HoodsOff, was almost instantaneously met with public denials by politicians and a twitter account