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China Has a History of Not Trusting Microsoft on Cybersecurity

Added: 30.07.2014 18:44 | 0 views | 0 comments


Reports of China investigating Microsoft for possible violations of anti-monopoly laws have tied the action to continuing tensions over cybersecurity. In response to the Department of Justice's indictment of five alleged PLA hackers, as well as revelations in some of the documents released by Edward Snowden that appear to expose the NSA hacking into Chinese targets, Beijing has increased focus on the security of the products of Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle, Intel, and others. Newspaper articles have called these companies the "guardian warriors," highlighted the alleged vulnerabilities that China's reliance on these companies creates, and pushed for banks, government offices, and others to shift to Chinese competitors.

From: www.forbes.com

China Has a History of Not Trusting Microsoft on Cybersecurity

Added: 30.07.2014 17:51 | 0 views | 0 comments


Reports of China investigating Microsoft for possible violations of anti-monopoly laws have tied the action to continuing tensions over cybersecurity. In response to the Department of Justice's indictment of five alleged PLA hackers, as well as revelations in some of the documents released by Edward Snowden that appear to expose the NSA hacking into Chinese [...]

From: www.forbes.com

German minister: best for Snowden to return to US

Added: 29.07.2014 13:39 | 0 views | 0 comments


BERLIN (AP) — Germany's justice minister says the best outcome for National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden would be a deal with U.S. authorities to return home.

From: news.yahoo.com

German Minister: Best for Snowden to Return to US

Added: 29.07.2014 13:30 | 1 views | 0 comments


German justice minister: best solution for NSA leaker Edward Snowden would be to return to US

From: abcnews.go.com

Qualcomm's Problems Just Got Worse as China Builds Chip Giant

Added: 27.07.2014 12:50 | 3 views | 0 comments


Ever since Edward Snowden became a household name, China has been taking a new approach to developing domestic technology. Any doubt about this was squashed last week when the merger of two large Chinese semiconductor companies was completed. The question now is, should foreign players such as Qualcomm Inc. and MediaTek Inc. be worried?

From: www.forbes.com

Qualcomm's Problems Just Got Worse as China Builds Chip Giant

Added: 27.07.2014 12:50 | 0 views | 0 comments


Ever since Edward Snowden became a household name, China has been taking a new approach to developing domestic technology. Any doubt about this was squashed last week when the merger of two large Chinese semiconductor companies was completed. The question now is, should foreign players such as Qualcomm Inc. and [...]

From: www.forbes.com

Daily Tech Briefing: July 23, 2014

Added: 23.07.2014 20:40 | 1 views | 0 comments


Leaked BlackBerry Passport video demos 'touch-sensitive keys'; Yahoo bets on flurry analytics to grow mobile ad revenue; Snowden aims to be known as privacy defender, not whistleblower; and more.

From: www.eweek.com

Snowden Aims to Be Known as Privacy Defender, Not Whistleblower

Added: 22.07.2014 5:15 | 4 views | 0 comments


NEWS ANALYSIS: Snowden is not sitting silently on the sidelines in Russia and continues to participate actively in the debate about privacy in the modern world.

From: www.eweek.com

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden plans to work on easy-to-use privacy tools

Added: 21.07.2014 19:19 | 1 views | 0 comments


NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden doesn't yet know whether he'll be spending the next year in a U.S. prison or an . Nevertheless, Snowden hopes to work on anti-surveillance technologies in the future.

During a nearly 90-minute discussion at the Hackers on Planet Earth Conference (HOPE) on Saturday, in which Snowden participated via Google Hangouts, the whistle blower said he wants to work on tools that help people better protect their privacy.

"I think we the people—you the people, you in this room right now, have both the means and the capability to help build a better future by encoding our rights into the programs and protocols upon which we rely every day," Snowden said. "And that's what a lot of my future work is going to be involved in, and I hope you'll join me."

From: www.pcworld.com

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden plans to work on easy-to-use privacy tools

Added: 21.07.2014 19:17 | 0 views | 0 comments


NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden doesn't yet know whether he'll be spending the next year in a U.S. prison or an . Nevertheless, Snowden hopes to work on anti-surveillance technologies in the future.

During a nearly 90-minute discussion at the Hackers on Planet Earth Conference (HOPE) on Saturday, in which Snowden participated via Google Hangouts, the whistle blower said he wants to work on tools that help people better protect their privacy.

"I think we the people—you the people, you in this room right now, have both the means and the capability to help build a better future by encoding our rights into the programs and protocols upon which we rely every day," Snowden said. "And that's what a lot of my future work is going to be involved in, and I hope you'll join me."

From: www.pcworld.com


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