Worried about Kenya’s current economic mess, Chinese hackers have made digital intrusions into government’s sensitive ministries
The hacks constitute a three-year campaign that targeted eight of Kenya’s ministries and government departments, including the presidential office, according to an intelligence analyst in the region. The analyst also shared with Reuters research documents that included the timeline of attacks, the targets, and provided some technical data relating to the compromise of a server used exclusively by Kenya’s main spy agency.
Trump makes video appearance in New York criminal case, trial date set for primary in March
Trump said little during the hearing, but lashed out afterward on social media, writing: “Just had New York County Supreme Court hearing where I believe my First Amendment Rights, ‘Freedom of Speech,’ have been violated, and they forced upon us a trial date of March 25th, right in the middle of Primary season.”
Vinícius Júnior: Racism is rife in Spain’s La Liga, rivals think it’s normal as federation and opponents cheer it
Madrid regional President Isabel Díaz Ayuso, who has become a lightning rod for culture war issues before local elections on Sunday, retorted that Spain “is not a racist country,” adding that anyone who said so was “lying.”
Julian Assange’s supporters say their push for release Wikileaks founder on ‘cusp of success’
US prosecutors and Western security officials regard him as a reckless enemy of the state whose actions imperilled the lives of agents named in the leaked material. Stephen Kenny, a lawyer for former Australian Guantanamo detainee David Hicks, told the crowd that Assange had committed no crime.
Mind-reading technology: With brain-machines now in use human, rights may expand to cover thought crime and thought data violations
For the first time, mind-reading technology looks viable by combining two technologies that are readily available — albeit with a hefty price tag. MRI machines currently cost anywhere between $150,000 and $1 million.