Wikipedia Sets Up to Sue NSA

This week, the joint organization of Wikipedia and their subsidiary Wikimedia announced they would be launching an official lawsuit against the National Security Agency in a United States court of law. The lawsuit will seek to challenge the basic constitutionality of the NSA’s actions, focusing specifically on their mass surveillance efforts through programs such as […]


CISA Bill Passed By Senate Committee Despite Privacy Concerns

The Senate Intelligence Committee approved the CISA (Cyber Information Sharing Act) bill on Tuesday to enhance cybersecurity, but it raises concerns among privacy advocates, who warn that it may give the NSA (National Security Agency) greater access to personal information of US citizens. Devised by Senator Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) and Senate Intelligence Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein […]

Online Security Threats to Watch Out For in 2014

“Nobody can steal anything from you, unless you give it away.” Online information is no longer safe. In this modern digital age, information means money. All kinds of personal information are indeed valuable to any company that has a global presence. Not only companies, but even Governments and Federal agencies are interested in what people […]