The United States has expelled 35 Russian spies in response to Russia’s alleged interference in last month’s presidential election, further escalating tensions between the countries.
The US state department has declared 35 diplomatic intelligence officials from the Russian embassy in Washington DC and the consulate in San Francisco “persona non grata,” giving them and their families 72 hours
On Friday, just three days prior to the start of the party’s national convention, WikiLeaks released almost 20,000 e-mails with more than 8,000 stolen from the US Democratic National Committee (DNC) following a cyber attack in June.
Two days later, on Sunday, DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz announced her resignation and now had no major role on the party’s convention stage.
Whistleblower and ex-NSA employee Edward Snowden has criticized a new anti-terror law introduced on Thursday by Russian President Vladimir Putin, referring it as “repressive” and noting that it is a “dark day for Russia.”
The new legislation signed by Putin would compel the country’s telephone carriers and Internet providers to record and store the private communications of each and every one
Someone wants to kick Microsoft, Google and Apple off from his land, but himself uses Gmail and Mac.
The newly appointed Internet Tsar German Klemenko, who is the first internet advisor of Vladimir Putin, wants to kick off American Giants from Russia.
In a 90-minute interview conducted by Bloomberg, Klemenko expressed his interest to vanish the presence of tech biggies of foreign