Throw your Mobile into the sea if you want to boycott Israel

The US Chip maker Intel wants to invest 2,7 billion US dollars in the best brains in Israel. U.S. chipmaker Intel will invest USD 2.7 billion over the next two years upgrading its Kiryat Gat, Israel, chip plant to produce 22 nanometer technology. The amount includes a $210 million Israeli government grant.Intel Israel, which employs… Read More Throw your Mobile into the sea if you want to boycott Israel

“If you like your privacy, you can keep it”

Like a stand-up comedian with a political edge, Rand Paul deployed some witty one-liners after President Barack Obama’s comments on Friday about reforming the National Security Agency. “What I think I heard is that if you like your privacy, you can keep it,” Paul, the Republican senator from Kentucky, said in an interview with CNN’s… Read More “If you like your privacy, you can keep it”

New global spy center in Utah will monitor you

Government will complete its NAS data storing facility in Utah this October. Concerns about what personal information will be stored there as it emerged the government has been extracting data from big companies. The personal data and private online conversations that the National Security Administration is accused of mining could be stashed in a one… Read More New global spy center in Utah will monitor you

Hackers had “full functional control” of Nasa computers

Hackers gained “full functional control” of key NASA computers in 2011, the agency’s inspector general has told US lawmakers. Paul K Martin said hackers took over Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) computers and “compromised the accounts of the most privileged JPL users”. He said that the attackers had “full system access” and would have been able… Read More Hackers had “full functional control” of Nasa computers

Facebook and flash mobs used to keep Israel on the edge

Internet organizers continuing efforts to bring Palestinians to the streets in final “Naksa Day” commemoration. Military sources say troops will remain in place on Golan Heights on outskirts of Majdal Shams as internet organizers continuing efforts to bring Palestinians to the streets in final “Naksa Day” commemoration. The IDF will be on high alert along… Read More Facebook and flash mobs used to keep Israel on the edge

Promised “Internet security” is a lie and a trap

After 250.000 “secret” diplomatic cables have been leaked: Why do you trust the Internet security offered to you? The US diplomats who wrote messages on supposed to be secret data lines, were pretty sure that their views would never become public knowledge. Calling Russian Prime Minister and strongman for “batman” is off course silly. But… Read More Promised “Internet security” is a lie and a trap