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Meet your new martyr: Edward Snowden
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Now his name is public, the US government and the military-infosec complex are going to work really hard at blowing smoke around the whole thing. In that, I think Snowden made a tactical error – not because of the danger he's in (his name would have ...

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Google is close to a deal to acquire Waze, maker of the eponymous crowdsourced mapping app, for at least $1 billion, according to the Wall Street Journal and others.
 
The person responsible for disclosing details on the growth of U.S. government surveillance programs that exploded into public view last week has identified himself as 29-year-old Edward Snowden, a technology contractor working at the U.S. National Security Agency.
 
The person responsible for disclosing details on the growth of U.S. government surveillance programs has identified himself as 29-year-old Edward Snowden, a technology contractor working at the National Security Agency.
 
 
As usual, the Apple rumor mill has been on overdrive as WWDC nears. But all the hype about anything CEO Tim Cook might reveal misses the point, says columnist Ryan Faas. WWDC is still about developers.
 
On The H's radar over the last seven days: Fake phishing, textbook SQL injections, security 101 for app developers, reverse engineering malware, a Fortinet faceplam, a pentester edition of Firefox and further news on the QNAP vulnerabilities
    


 
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