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Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Xilinx All Move to Cut Off Huawei

Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Xilinx All Move to Cut Off Huawei

Google isn't the only company cutting ties with Huawei. Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx, and Broadcom are doing so as well, at least for now. The post Intel, Qualcomm, Broadcom, and Xilinx All Move to Cut

U.S. Charges WikiLeaks' Julian Assange With Violating Espionage Act

The United States Justice Department has unveiled charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange with 17 new counts on the alleged violation of the Espionage Act by publishing classified information
Charging Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act Is an Attack on the First Amendment

Charging Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act Is an Attack on the First Amendment

Masha Gessen writes about the Justice Department’s announcement that it is charging the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange under the Espionage Act, and how that is an attack on the First Amendment.
Now kids, help us to kill Bin Laden! The dark side of Washington's spy museum

Now kids, help us to kill Bin Laden! The dark side of Washington's spy museum

The bugged shoes and poison brollies are fun and fascinating. But why are the sections about state-sponsored torture and assassination so uncritical?Sitting in a glass case, standing out against a
How Huawei became America’s tech enemy No. 1

How Huawei became America’s tech enemy No. 1

Huawei's troubles in the US started early, then deepened severely since Trump was elected.
Chinese Australians Are Not a Fifth Column

Chinese Australians Are Not a Fifth Column

As tensions grow and Beijing seeks closer ties with the Chinese diaspora, Australians are becoming increasingly—and unnecessarily—suspicious of their fellow citizens.
Scott Morrison deflects questions about raid on News Corp journalist

Scott Morrison deflects questions about raid on News Corp journalist

It ‘never troubles me that our laws are being upheld’, PM says in LondonScott Morrison has tried to distance himself from Tuesday’s raid by Australian federal police on a News Corp journalist’s home,
ABC vows to continue reporting 'without fear' after police raid Sydney offices

ABC vows to continue reporting 'without fear' after police raid Sydney offices

Broadcaster’s managing director says AFP raid over 2017’s The Afghan Files series ‘raises legitimate concerns over freedom of the press’The ABC has vowed to continue to report on national security
Cuban spies reportedly infiltrated a US airport

Cuban spies reportedly infiltrated a US airport

The information allegedly came from someone nicknamed "the Fat Man."
The unintended consequences of Trump’s ban on Huawei are starting to appear

The unintended consequences of Trump’s ban on Huawei are starting to appear

Google is warning that banning Huawei from Android updates could morph into a national security issue.
Huawei security threat derives from its sheer scale, says analysis

Huawei security threat derives from its sheer scale, says analysis

Cybersecurity report warns Chinese tech firm’s breadth exposes customers to riskHuawei’s threat to national security is inextricably linked to the company’s sheer scale, according to an analysis of
Kim Jong Un's Half Brother Kim Jong Nam, Killed With VX Nerve Agent, Was Reportedly CIA Informant

Kim Jong Un's Half Brother Kim Jong Nam, Killed With VX Nerve Agent, Was Reportedly CIA Informant

Kim Jong Un’s half brother Kim Jong Nam was an informant for the Central Intelligence Agency who met more than once with unspecified “agency operatives” before he was killed with VX nerve toxin in a
US resident released after years in Iran prison says he was put on 'show trial'

US resident released after years in Iran prison says he was put on 'show trial'

Nizar Zakka, a Lebanese IT expert jailed for espionage, says his release may have served to reduce tensions between US and IranA Lebanese man who had been imprisoned in Iran for years on charges of
LinkedIn is full of spies

LinkedIn is full of spies

What kind of a LinkedIn user are you? The kind who only accepts "connect" requests from people you know? Or a blanket accepter who connects to everyone who asks? Unluckily for the American public,
How to Take Care of an Ex-Spy

How to Take Care of an Ex-Spy

Former intelligence officers need compassion —or they can turn sour.
Hammond 'aware of risks' over trading with China but presses on

Hammond 'aware of risks' over trading with China but presses on

The chancellor says the UK’s open trading economy needs inward investmentBritain is aware of the risks facing sensitive areas of the economy from greater levels of Chinese investment, Philip Hammond
Spy vs. Spy: Iran Claims 'Big' CIA Network Dismantled and 'Spies' Arrested

Spy vs. Spy: Iran Claims 'Big' CIA Network Dismantled and 'Spies' Arrested

Iran claimed Tuesday it had discovered and dismantled a "big" American spy operation on its territory, with links to the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency destroyed in the process.
Nation-sponsored hackers likely carried out hostile takeover of rival group’s servers

Nation-sponsored hackers likely carried out hostile takeover of rival group’s servers

Like an episode of Spy vs. Spy, Russian-speaking Turla appears to hijack OilRig's network.
Iran executes former defence employee on charge of spying for CIA

Iran executes former defence employee on charge of spying for CIA

Jalal Hajizavar was executed at Rajai Shahr prison in Karaj after military court conviction according to reportsIran has executed a former contract employee for the aerospace organisation of the