Displaying items by tag: Glenn Greenwald

The ABC's weekly talkfest Q+A often provides much fodder for a good laugh as it is mostly filled with people whose sense of self-importance is directly proportional to their lack of knowledge on most of the subjects on which they expound at length.

Published in Open Sauce

Hunter Biden, the son of US President Joe Biden, has admitted that a laptop, which he is alleged to have left at a repair shop in Delaware and the contents of which led to controversy in the run-up to last year's presidential election, could be his.

Published in Security

One has often lamented the fact that the Australian Labor Party decided to jettison the only politician in its midst who actually knew something about technology, namely Ed Husic, from its front bench, for solely political reasons.

Published in Open Sauce

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be able to escape a future in jail given that a decision on whether to send him to the US or not will be taken only in 2021.

Published in Open Sauce

An NSA contractor, who leaked a top-secret document to the website, The Intercept, and was caught, has agreed to a plea deal that will see her spend more than five years behind bars.

Published in Security

Last week, Red Hat became the first open source company to cross the US$2 billion mark in annual revenue.

Published in Open Sauce

The British spy agency GCHQ discovered how to exploit security holes in 13 different firewall models made by Juniper Networks, a security company that revealed the existence of security holes in its products last week.

Published in Security

The techniques used by XcodeGhost, the infected version of Apple's Xcode compiler that has caused an eruption of malware on the Apple China app store, are similar to those developed and demonstrated by America's Central Intelligence Agency.

Published in Security

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