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19.03.2019
21:10 WhatReallyHappened.comReal Reason Trump Wants to Ban Huawei: US Wants to Spy and China Won’t Cooperate

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20:25 WhatReallyHappened.comTrump Proposes $86 Billion Spy Budget

With everyone still reeling at the announcement of the $750 billion proposed military budget for 2020, a huge increase, the Trump Administration is now offering a proposed spying budget that is similarly looking for a substantial increase over the previous year.
The proposal stands at $86 billion, and is a six percent increase over the previous year. As with the military proposal, it rests heavily on the administration playing up the threat posed by Russia and China.
This budget includes $62.8 billion for general national intelligence programs, and another $23 billion that would go into the military’s highly secretive “black budget” for military intelligence activities.

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05:43 AntiWar.comTrump Proposes $86 Billion Spy Budget

Trump Proposes $86 Billion Spy Budget | Officials say focus needs to be on Russia and China
The post Trump Proposes $86 Billion Spy Budget appeared first on News From Antiwar.com.

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18.03.2019
21:08 WhatReallyHappened.com ‘Master spy’ Christopher Steele admits he used unverified internet post to create Trump dossier

Christopher Steele, the ex-British spy who fueled Russiagate hysteria with his DNC-commissioned opposition research on Donald Trump, admitted during a lawsuit deposition that he relied on unverified information contained in a report published by CNN iReport – a now-defunct “user-generated” news site. Stories featured on iReport were submitted by citizen journalists and were not edited, fact-checked, or screened before being published.
Steele acknowledged under questioning that he had used a July 28, 2009 report published on iReport to substantiate claims he made about internet hosting company Webzilla and its alleged Kremlin ties. However, the former British intel officer insisted that he thought iReport boasted the same thorough journalistic standards as CNN.

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17:20 ExtremeTech.comTim Sweeney: The Epic Game Store Doesn’t Spy on People

Users are concerned about the Epic Game Store's privacy practices. While there's no proof of outright nefarious activity, Tim Sweeney's comments didn't tamp things down as much as he may have hoped.
The post Tim Sweeney: The Epic Game Store Doesn’t Spy on People appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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17.03.2019
15:43 InsideEVs.comAll-New Long-Range Electric Renault Zoe Spied: Looks Familiar

Should be significantly more powerful though. Seen here is a heavily masked prototype of the all-electric car undergoing cold winter evaluations in Northern Europe. Interestingly, the shape of the trial car is almost completely identical to the Renault Zoe that’s still on sale today. The camouflage is not letting us see many details of the body, but […]

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15.03.2019
17:41 ReutersWashington asks Russia: Where's your proof ex-U.S. marine is a spy?

The United States on Friday asked why Russia had not provided any evidence to back up its accusation that Paul Whelan, a detained former U.S. marine, was a spy, a day after Whelan alleged he was being mistreated by a "kangaroo court."

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13.03.2019
21:51 Telegraph.co.ukTesla spied on whistleblower who revealed wasteful spending, former employee claims

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12.03.2019
15:36 TechInvestorNews.com10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, BA, AAPL, WFC, SFIX) (Jonathan Garber/Business Insider: Finance)

Jonathan Garber / Business Insider: Finance10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, BA, AAPL, WFC, SFIX) - Here is what you need to know. 1. Stocks arent out of the woods just yet. The bottom line for us is that the earnings recession is real and its broader than the one we experienced in 2015-16, the Morgan Stanley strategist Michael Wilson and his team wrote. 2. The ...

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00:55 Google news HealthAnother former Tesla security manager says the company spied on employees - The Verge

Another former Tesla security manager says the company spied on employees  The VergeMoneyWatch: Tesla raising prices of certain vehicles to keep stores open  CBS NewsTesla Model Y reveal: What we know  SlashGearTesla is raising prices after backtracking on store closures  CNNIf Elon Musk Designed A Phone, This Is What It Would Look Like  FossbytesView full coverage on Google News

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00:55 Google news Sci/TechAnother former Tesla security manager says the company spied on employees - The Verge

Another former Tesla security manager says the company spied on employees  The VergeMoneyWatch: Tesla raising prices of certain vehicles to keep stores open  CBS NewsTesla Model Y reveal: What we know  SlashGearTesla is raising prices after backtracking on store closures  CNNIf Elon Musk Designed A Phone, This Is What It Would Look Like  FossbytesView full coverage on Google News

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11.03.2019
16:37 TechInvestorNews.com10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BA, TSLA, NVDA, MLNX, AMZN) (Jonathan Garber/Business Insider: Finance)

Jonathan Garber / Business Insider: Finance10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BA, TSLA, NVDA, MLNX, AMZN) - Here is what you need to know. 1. Boeings stock is set for a big drop. Shares were set to plunge 9% Monday morning, wiping out more than $20 billion of market value, after China ordered the grounding of the 737 Max 8 jet following its second deadly crash in ...

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10.03.2019
19:44 WhatReallyHappened.comNSA in 'deliberate process' over future of surveillance program, says spy chief

The National Security Agency is preparing to potentially abandon a controversial surveillance program exposed by former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden, the agency’s director indicated.
Paul Nakasone, head of both the NSA and U.S. Cyber Command, vaguely discussed the future of the government’s once-secretive system for obtaining and analyzing domestic telephone records, or metadata, in light of a senior congressional aide recently claiming that it was quietly suspended.
“We are in a deliberative process right now,” Mr. Nakasone said Wednesday at the RSA security conference in San Francisco, attendees reported. “We’ll work very, very closely with the administration and Congress to make recommendations on what authority should be reauthorized.”

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00:29 WhatReallyHappened.comNew Footage Shows Russian Fighter Jet Intercept of U.S. Spy Plane Over Baltic Sea...

Just released yesterday by the Russian Ministry of Defense - Very cool clip...
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08.03.2019
20:27 Techcrunch.ComFoursquare’s Hypertrending helps you spy on the coolest local happenings

Ten years after the launch of Foursquare at SXSW, the company is laying its technology bare with a futuristic version of its old app that doesn’t require a check-in at all. The godfather of location apps is returning to the launchpad with Hypertrending, but this time it hopes to learn what developers might do with […]

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07.03.2019
21:20 WhatReallyHappened.comRussian Su-27 fighter intercepts US RC-135 spy plane over Baltic Sea - Watch

Russia's Sukhoi Su-27 fighter intercepted a US RC-135 reconnaissance aircraft above the Baltic Sea recently, according to the Russian Defence Ministry. A 17-second video tweeted by the Russian Defence Ministry shows the Su-27 fighter coming from behind to intercept the US spy plane while it was cruising over international waters of the Baltic Sea near the Russian border.

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17:23 WhatReallyHappened.comPutin warns that foreign spy agencies are beefing up activities in Russia

Foreign intelligence services have set their sights on increasing their influence over all that is happening in Russia, President Vladimir Putin said at a board meeting of the Federal Security Service (FSB) on Wednesday.
"We see that foreign intelligence services are seeking to bolster their efforts on the Russian front, doing everything they can to obtain access to political, economic, scientific and technological information," he said, adding that "just like before, and now probably even harder, (foreign intelligence services) are trying to influence events in our country."
Russian special services uncovered 129 staff members and 465 agents of foreign intelligence agencies in 2018, Vladimir Putin stressed.

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12:20 Euronews.NetWatch: Russian jet intercepts US spy plane

Russian defence ministry says the American aircraft was heading towards its borders.

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06.03.2019
16:05 Google news Health10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, DB, CRM) - Business Insider

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, DB, CRM)  Business Insider Here is what you need to know. The OECD trims its global growth forecast. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Wednesday cut ...

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16:05 Google news Sci/Tech10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, DB, CRM) - Business Insider

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, DB, CRM)  Business Insider Here is what you need to know. The OECD trims its global growth forecast. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development on Wednesday cut ...

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05.03.2019
19:02 Telegraph.co.ukMini drones will be used by the Army to spy on terrorists inside buildings, MoD announces

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15:03 Google news HealthRussia Wants Access To Ex-Spy In U.K. - NPR

Russia Wants Access To Ex-Spy In U.K.  NPR'Unusual activity' at Russian embassy before novichok attack  The GuardianSalisbury attack 'evidence' of Russian weapon stockpile  BBC NewsA former Russian spy was poisoned in Britain one year ago. The Kremlin still denies everything.  The Washington PostWrong spire: UK PM May's office gets wrong city on anniversary of spy poisoning  ReutersView full coverage on Google News

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15:03 Google news Sci/TechRussia Wants Access To Ex-Spy In U.K. - NPR

Russia Wants Access To Ex-Spy In U.K.  NPR'Unusual activity' at Russian embassy before novichok attack  The GuardianSalisbury attack 'evidence' of Russian weapon stockpile  BBC NewsA former Russian spy was poisoned in Britain one year ago. The Kremlin still denies everything.  The Washington PostWrong spire: UK PM May's office gets wrong city on anniversary of spy poisoning  ReutersView full coverage on Google News

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14:05 Google news HealthA former Russian spy was poisoned in Britain one year ago. The Kremlin still denies everything. - The Washington Post

A former Russian spy was poisoned in Britain one year ago. The Kremlin still denies everything.  The Washington Post'Unusual activity' at Russian embassy before novichok attack  The GuardianSalisbury attack 'evidence' of Russian weapon stockpile  BBC NewsWrong spire: UK PM May's office gets wrong city on anniversary of spy poisoning  ReutersA Year After Skripal Poisoning, Russia Offers Defiant Face to Britain and the West  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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14:05 Google news Sci/TechA former Russian spy was poisoned in Britain one year ago. The Kremlin still denies everything. - The Washington Post

A former Russian spy was poisoned in Britain one year ago. The Kremlin still denies everything.  The Washington Post'Unusual activity' at Russian embassy before novichok attack  The GuardianSalisbury attack 'evidence' of Russian weapon stockpile  BBC NewsWrong spire: UK PM May's office gets wrong city on anniversary of spy poisoning  ReutersA Year After Skripal Poisoning, Russia Offers Defiant Face to Britain and the West  The New York TimesView full coverage on Google News

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04.03.2019
18:24 CNNCan airplane seat cameras spy on passengers?

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16:32 ReutersBritish PM May admits picture 'error' on Russian spy poisoning anniversary

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday admitted that a mistake had been made when a picture of the wrong city was tweeted on the anniversary of the poisoning of a former Russian double agent.

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15:36 ReutersWrong spire: UK PM May's office gets wrong city on anniversary of spy poisoning

British Prime Minister Theresa May's office posted a picture of the wrong English city when it sought to mark the anniversary of the poisoning of a former Russian double agent that London has blamed on the Kremlin.

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03.03.2019
19:20 WhatReallyHappened.comMossad chief, Sudanese spy chief met in Munich to discuss Bashir's ouster: Report

The head of Mossad met his Sudanese counterpart in Germany last month as part of a secret plan by Saudi Arabia, Egypt and the UAE to oust President Omar al-Bashir, the London-based Middle East Eye has reported.
Salah Gosh, the head of Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services (NISS), met with Mossad chief Yossi Cohen on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference on February 15-17, it cited a senior Sudanese military source as saying.
The meeting was arranged by Egyptian intermediaries with the backing of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, the leading online news outlet added.
According to the source, the three Arab countries consider Salah as “their man” to replace Bashir and put an end to his three-decade rule in Sudan.
“There is a consensus that Bashir will go within the ruling party and the army,” said the source, “The battle is about who is coming

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02.03.2019
20:13 WhatReallyHappened.comHomeland Security and Florida Cops Spied on Chinese Massage Workers for Months but Still Couldn't Find Evidence of Human Trafficking

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01.03.2019
21:57 WhatReallyHappened.comHow much does your government spy on you? U.N. may rank the snoopers

A U.N. human rights expert has published a draft list of questions to measure countries’ privacy safeguards, a first step towards ranking the governments that are potentially doing the most snooping on their own citizens.
Joseph Cannataci, the U.N. special rapporteur on the right to privacy, submitted the draft questionnaire - touching on everything from chatrooms to systematic surveillance - to the U.N. Human Rights Council, and invited comments by June 30.
Cannataci’s role investigating digital privacy was created by the council in 2015 after Edward Snowden’s revelations about U.S. surveillance, and he has strongly criticised surveillance activities by the United States and other countries.

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12:08 Phys.orgHuawei invites US media to see for itself on spy claims

Chinese telecom giant Huawei has issued an unusual invitation to US media outlets to visit its facilities and meet staff as the company pushes back against global pressure arising from US accusations that it spies for Beijing.

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07:53 Financial TimesHuawei threat uncovers enemy within UK spy agencies

Debate about approach to the Chinese telecoms group reveals tensions over security roles

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28.02.2019
23:42 WhatReallyHappened.comHow much does your government spy on you? U.N. may rank the snoopers

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23:08 Google news HealthAlleged Russian Spy Arrested In Stockholm - NPR

Alleged Russian Spy Arrested In Stockholm  NPR The suspect was allegedly recruited by a Russian intelligence officer and engaged in criminal activity since 2017, the Swedish Security Service says.

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23:08 Google news Sci/TechAlleged Russian Spy Arrested In Stockholm - NPR

Alleged Russian Spy Arrested In Stockholm  NPR The suspect was allegedly recruited by a Russian intelligence officer and engaged in criminal activity since 2017, the Swedish Security Service says.

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18:21 InsideEVs.comBMW i4 Spy Shots Capture Long-Range Electric Sedan In The Snow

The prototype with painted exhaust pipes is back out in action. BMW is conducting winter tests of a prototype i4 model, which this time was caught by spy photographers in motion. As you can see from the side profile, BMW installed the skateboard battery, which is slightly protruding from the raised 4 Series Gran Coupe […]

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17:44 ReutersHow much does your government spy on you? U.N. may rank the snoopers

A U.N. human rights expert has published a draft list of questions to measure countries' privacy safeguards, a first step toward ranking the governments that are potentially doing the most snooping on their own citizens.

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17:32 ReutersHow much does your government spy on you? U.N. may rank the snoopers

A U.N. human rights expert has published a draft list of questions to measure countries' privacy safeguards, a first step toward ranking the governments that are potentially doing the most snooping on their own citizens.

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16:38 TechInvestorNews.com10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, AAPL, SQ, LB) (Jonathan Garber/Business Insider: Finance)

Jonathan Garber / Business Insider: Finance10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, AAPL, SQ, LB) - Here is what you need to know. 1. The North Korea summit ends without a deal. President Donald Trump said the summit in Vietnam ended without a deal after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un asked for total sanctions relief without giving up enough nuclear sites in return. 2. South ...

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14:29 Financial TimesGerman cyber chief backs ‘no spy’ deal over Huawei

Remarks suggest Berlin could allow Chinese company to take part in network roll-out

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14:09 FT.com TechnologyGerman cyber chief backs ‘no spy’ deal over Huawei

Remarks suggest Berlin could allow Chinese company to take part in network roll-out

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09:51 Euronews.NetSwedish Security Police says suspected Russian spy was arrested

Swedish Security Police says suspected Russian spy was arrested

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01:27 WhatReallyHappened.comCourt filing links spy exposed by AP to Israel’s Black Cube

A Canadian attorney says he appears to have been targeted by the same undercover operative unmasked by The Associated Press at a New York hotel last month , drawing a line between the man and the notorious Israeli intelligence firm Black Cube.
In a court filing made public last week, Toronto attorney Darryl Levitt says that the spy, whose real name is Aharon Almog-Assouline, “bears a striking similarity” to a man he identified as an alleged Black Cube operative.
Levitt says he was targeted because of his involvement in a long-running legal battle between two Canadian private equity firms, Catalyst Capital and West Face Capital. Previous media reports have hinted at a link between Almog-Assouline and Black Cube, but Levitt’s Feb. 21 claim before Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice is the first attempt to substantiate the connection by requesting receipts and surveillance

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27.02.2019
23:05 BBCSweden arrests suspected Russian spy in Stockholm

The employee of a Swedish high-tech company was reportedly seized in a restaurant in Stockholm.

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19:32 WhatReallyHappened.comCologne court rules against Germany’s spy agency in AfD probe

Germany’s domestic spy agency is not allowed to classify the Alternative for Germany (AfD) as a “case to investigate,” a court in Cologne ruled on Tuesday, handing a victory to the far-right party which had brought the case. The move represents a blow to the BfV intelligence agency whose chief had in January announced it would investigate the AfD to see whether the anti-immigrant party’s politics breached constitutional safeguards against extremism.

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19:00 WhatReallyHappened.comUK spy agency under pressure to open up over support for CIA torture programme

GCHQ's support of the CIA post-9/11 is becoming clearer, but MEE understands plans for a new inquiry are being resisted

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18:39 Reuters.com TechnologyMerkel seeking no-spy deal with China over Huawei issue: magazine

Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking a no-spy agreement with China so that Germany does not have to exclude Huawei on principle from building a 5G network in Germany, a magazine on Tuesday cited security sources as saying.

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18:14 Telegraph.co.ukSweden detains suspected Russian spy

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12:33 ReutersSwedish Security Police says suspected Russian spy was arrested

A suspected Russian spy has been arrested in Stockholm, the Swedish Security Police said on Wednesday.

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26.02.2019
23:54 WhatReallyHappened.comUS Spy Plane Reportedly Spotted Over Venezuela as Maduro Warns of Risk of War

The developments come after Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro claimed in an interview with ABC News on Monday that the United States is trying to "fabricate a crisis" to start a war in South America.
In the past few days, US reconnaissance aircraft have made an increased number of flights in international airspace off the coast of Venezuela in a bid to obtain classified information, the unnamed defence sources told CNN on Tuesday.
The sources did not detail which US spy planes were being used for the mission, but unconfirmed social media reports identified one of the aircraft as a USAF Boeing RC-135V.

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20:46 InsideEVs.comMore Audi E-Tron Sportback Electric Spy Photos Surface

The Audi e-tron Sportback electric was seen again. More Audi e-tron Sportback spy photos landed in our inbox, which enables us to closely look at the test mule in winter scenery. As you can see, the Sportback’s front cleary reminds us of the Audi e-tron – the lights, front grill. The main difference is in the […]

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19:39 InsideEVs.comBMW iNEXT Electric SUV Spied Testing

Production BMW iNEXT will be more normal than the concept BMW recently has shown a few photos of the iNEXT test prototype (front and side). Here we have more photos of the upcoming 2021 model, which according to some could be launched as the i5. Compared to the concept version, the B-pillar has been reinstated […]

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18:04 ReutersCourt rules against German spy agency in far-right AfD probe

Germany's domestic spy agency is not allowed to classify the Alternative for Germany (AfD) as a "case to investigate", a court ruled on Tuesday, handing a victory to the far-right party which had brought the case.

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17:32 TechInvestorNews.com10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, AMZN, BAC, SHAK) (Jonathan Garber/Business Insider: Finance)

Jonathan Garber / Business Insider: Finance10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, TSLA, AMZN, BAC, SHAK) - Here is what you need to know. 1. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell testifies before Congress. He is scheduled to testify before the Senate banking committee on Tuesday and the House Financial Services Committee on Wednesday. 2. The SEC says Elon Musk violated his settlement. The Securities and Exchange Commission said ...

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17:30 ReutersGerman court rules spy agency can't classify AfD as 'case to investigate'

A German court ruled on Tuesday that the domestic intelligence agency cannot classify the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) as a "case to investigate".

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03:38 CNBC top newsChina's role in 5G 'much bigger' than Huawei, British spy chief says

Security agencies must work with governments to understand the opportunities and threats presented by Chinese technologies, the head of a British intelligence service said on Monday.

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25.02.2019
23:34 TechInvestorNews.comChinas tech giants are a security threat to the UK, says Brit spy bigwig (webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Gareth Corfield)/The Register)

webmaster@theregister.co.uk (Gareth Corfield) / The RegisterChinas tech giants are a security threat to the UK, says Brit spy bigwig - Times are strange when spies talk about infosec and economics colliding The world must understand the opportunities and threats from Chinas technological offer, GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming said today as he observed that there are no clear norms or behaviours for state-on-state cyber-squabbling. ...

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22:15 TheRegister.co.ukChina's tech giants are a security threat to the UK, says Brit spy bigwig

Times are strange when spies talk about infosec and economics colliding The world must "understand the opportunities and threats from China's technological offer", GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming said today as he observed that there are "no clear norms or behaviours" for state-on-state cyber-squabbling.…

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21:42 InsideEVs.comAudi E-Tron Sportback Electric Car Spied Winter Testing

The Audi e-tron Sportback enjoys winter tests Here are new photos of an Audi e-tron Sportback test mule spotted during winter testing. This version of the Audi e-tron was unveiled in concept version in 2017 and promised to enter production by the end of 2019. The Sportback is expected to share the same powertrain/battery as the standard […]

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21:28 WhatReallyHappened.comTV report: MI6 spy chief makes secret Israel trip amid new Iran nuclear activity

Britain’s MI6 intelligence chief secretly visited Israel this week for talks with his Israeli counterparts about concerns that Iran may be considering breaching the 2015 nuclear deal and attempting to break out to a nuclear weapons capability, Israeli television reported on Friday night.

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18:50 CNBC technologyChina's role in 5G 'much bigger' than Huawei, British spy chief says

Security agencies must work with governments to understand the opportunities and threats presented by Chinese technologies, the head of a British intelligence service said on Monday.

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17:43 InsideEVs.comNew Version Of More Powerful Audi E-Tron Spied: E-Tron Allroad?

Audi E-Tron Allroad? Is this a new, more powerful version of the Audi E-Tron electric SUV? Could it be the rumored Allroad variant? We’re well aware of the fact that Audi has no intention of stopping at just one E-Tron. Indeed, the automaker is actively working on a smaller E-Tron. Presumably, some other variants of […]

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17:30 Google news Health10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BRK.B, GOLD, NEM, ONCE) - Business Insider

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BRK.B, GOLD, NEM, ONCE)  Business Insider Here is what you need to know. Trump puts off hiking tariffs on Chinese goods. 'I am pleased to report that the U.S. has made substantial progr...
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17:30 Google news Sci/Tech10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BRK.B, GOLD, NEM, ONCE) - Business Insider

10 things you need to know before the opening bell (SPY, SPX, QQQ, DIA, BRK.B, GOLD, NEM, ONCE)  Business Insider Here is what you need to know. Trump puts off hiking tariffs on Chinese goods. 'I am pleased to report that the U.S. has made substantial progr...
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14:04 NewYork TimesFiction: In a Gutsy New Thriller, a Black Female Spy’s Past Comes Back to Haunt Her

“American Spy,” Lauren Wilkinson’s assured debut novel, explores the career and moral quandaries of a black woman who’s undervalued in the boys’ club of the F.B.I.

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14:02 International Herald TribuneFiction: In a Gutsy New Thriller, a Black Female Spy’s Past Comes Back to Haunt Her

“American Spy,” Lauren Wilkinson’s assured debut novel, explores the career and moral quandaries of a black woman who’s undervalued in the boys’ club of the F.B.I.

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00:46 WhatReallyHappened.comTheresa May allowed GCHQ spy chief to resign for 'family reasons' after he helped PAEDOPHILE Catholic priest avoid jail - despite media being told he would be 'caring for a sick relative'

One of Britain’s top spy chiefs quit after it emerged that he helped a paedophile Catholic priest avoid jail, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
Prime Minister Theresa May was last night accused of a cover-up over the scandal as she knew of GCHQ director Robert Hannigan’s connection to the child sex offender when he stood down in 2017.
At the time, Mr Hannigan had cited ‘family reasons’, with this crucial link kept secret.
The high-flying civil servant, who was lauded for his role in striking peace in Northern Ireland, stunned Whitehall with his exit after just two years in charge of GCHQ.
This newspaper has learned he stepped down after the National Crime Agency discovered that he helped a close family friend avoid a custodial sentence for possessing 174 child pornography images.

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24.02.2019
17:57 Telegraph.co.ukGCHQ spy chief quit 'after links to jailed catholic priest emerged'

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00:06 International Herald TribuneRussian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Konstantin V. Kilimnik is central to two of the most tantalizing elements in the special counsel’s investigation of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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23.02.2019
23:56 NewYork TimesRussian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry

Konstantin V. Kilimnik is central to two of the most tantalizing elements in the special counsel’s investigation of possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

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22:43 Google news HealthRussian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry - The New York Times

Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry  The New York TimesMueller filing on Manafort sentencing still not public after midnight deadline  CNNEx-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort could get 22 years in prison, special counsel Mueller says in massive 800-page filing  CNBCManafort Is Expected to Face Charges in New York, Even if Trump Pardons Him  The New York TimesAre New York Democrats handing Paul Manafort a case for pardon? | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

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22:43 Google news Sci/TechRussian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry - The New York Times

Russian Spy or Hustling Political Operative? The Enigmatic Figure at the Heart of Mueller’s Inquiry  The New York TimesMueller filing on Manafort sentencing still not public after midnight deadline  CNNEx-Trump campaign boss Paul Manafort could get 22 years in prison, special counsel Mueller says in massive 800-page filing  CNBCManafort Is Expected to Face Charges in New York, Even if Trump Pardons Him  The New York TimesAre New York Democrats handing Paul Manafort a case for pardon? | TheHill  The HillView full coverage on Google News

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14:03 Aljazeera.NetConfessions of a private spy

I work for a private intel firm. Here is what my life is like.

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22.02.2019
22:52 Aljazeera.NetRussian court extends detention of suspected US spy

Ex-US marine Paul Whelan, accused of spying, to remain in prison for at least three more months pending investigation.

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20:17 BBCUS spy suspect Whelan in Russian court

Paul Whelan, a former US marine accused of spying in Russia, has spoken to the BBC for the first time since his arrest.

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19:35 TechInvestorNews.comU.S. spy tech agency wants youto help prevent AI from secretly being trained to be malicious (Steven Melendez/Fast Company)

Steven Melendez / Fast CompanyU.S. spy tech agency wants youto help prevent AI from secretly being trained to be malicious - IARPA is seeking proposals to keep AI from leaking sensitive training data and avoid hidden bad behavior. The U.S. spy communitys RD agency is looking into how to keep AI software from unwittingly divulging information about sensitive training data and from secretly being trained to be malicious. Read Full Story ...

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19:34 WhatReallyHappened.com‘Nosy Guest’: Washington ATTEMPTS To Spy On Crimea, Spectacularly Fails

The activity of foreign reconnaissance aircraft, particularly US aircraft, near Russian borders has increased lately.
Last week, two US Air Force aircraft, an RC-135V reconnaissance aircraft and a Global Hawk drone RQ-4B-30, were spotted near the Crimean peninsula. The Crimea reunited with Russia in 2014, when 97% of the referendum participants voted for reunification.
This comes as last month US Navy P-8 Poseidon antisubmarine patrol aircraft conducted a surveillance flight near the Hymenim airbase in Syria.
According to Plane Radar data, the plane took off from the Sigonella airbase on the Italian island of Sicily, and for about an hour was circulating near the Mediterranean coast of Syria, approaching periodically from the Russian airbase of Hmeymim, as well as the technical maintenance and supply center of the Russian Navy in Tartus.

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19:32 NewYork TimesFamily of American Imprisoned on Spy Charge in China Appeals for Help

A Chinese court sentenced Kai Li, a businessman, to 10 years in prison last year. His family stayed quiet, hoping back-room diplomacy would free him. It didn’t.

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19:31 International Herald TribuneFamily of American Imprisoned on Spy Charge in China Appeals for Help

A Chinese court sentenced Kai Li, a businessman, to 10 years in prison last year. His family stayed quiet, hoping back-room diplomacy would free him. It didn’t.

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07:21 WhatReallyHappened.comPrivacy fears as bosses deploy high-tech fitness trackers to spy on employees - and could even use them to decide who to fire

Soon, your boss may want to keep an eye on you in more ways than just whether or not you're at your desk.
A growing number of employers are urging their staff to wear company-provided fitness trackers with the incentive that they'll receive quarterly payouts for reaching step goals, in addition to other rewards like insurance reimbursements.
In exchange, bosses are supplied with detailed data on their employees, ranging from their daily steps, hours spent sitting down, heart rate and sleep quality, according to the Washington Post.

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00:20 NewYork TimesVenezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief Rejects Maduro, Accusing Leader’s Inner Circle of Corruption

Hugo Carvajal announced his defection to the opposition and urged the military to break with the government ahead of a deadline to get aid shipments across the country’s borders.

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00:19 International Herald TribuneVenezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief Rejects Maduro, Accusing Leader’s Inner Circle of Corruption

Hugo Carvajal announced his defection to the opposition and urged the military to break with the government ahead of a deadline to get aid shipments across the country’s borders.

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00:09 NewYork TimesVenezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief Rejects Maduro, Accusing Leader’s Inner Circle of Corruption

Hugo Carvajal announced his defection to the opposition and urged the military to break with the government ahead of a deadline to get aid shipments across the country’s borders.

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00:08 International Herald TribuneVenezuela’s Ex-Spy Chief Rejects Maduro, Accusing Leader’s Inner Circle of Corruption

Hugo Carvajal announced his defection to the opposition and urged the military to break with the government ahead of a deadline to get aid shipments across the country’s borders.

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21.02.2019
04:11 WhatReallyHappened.comYour phone and TV track you -- and political campaigns listen in... NEST SPY: GOOGLE says built-in microphone was 'never supposed to be secret'

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20.02.2019
17:39 CNBC technologyHuawei president: We're not going to spy on the US, even if the Chinese government says we have to

Huawei Founder and President Ren Zhengfei said the company would not help China spy on the U.S. even if mandated by law.

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17:39 CNBC top newsHuawei president: We're not going to spy on the US, even if the Chinese government says we have to

Huawei Founder and President Ren Zhengfei said the company would not help China spy on the U.S. even if mandated by law.

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16:51 BBCAdriana Rivas: Aide of Pinochet-era spy chief held in Australia

Police in Australia arrest Adriana Rivas, wanted in Chile for an alleged Pinochet-era kidnapping.

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19.02.2019
23:54 ScienceMag.orgResearchers spy signs of slavery from space

A surge in satellite data and artificial intelligence helps guide enforcement on the ground

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09:44 ReutersIndian commander says Pakistan spy agency involved in Kashmir bombing

India's top military commander in the disputed Kashmir region said on Tuesday Pakistan's main Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency was involved in an attack last week on a security convoy claimed by a Pakistan-based militant group.

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09:33 ReutersIndian commander says Pakistan spy agency involved in Kashmir bombing

India's top military commander in the disputed Kashmir region said on Tuesday Pakistan's main Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) spy agency was involved in an attack last week on a security convoy claimed by a Pakistan-based militant group.

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08:49 ReutersIndian army commander says Pakistan spy agency involved in Kashmir bombing

India's top military commander in the disputed Kashmir region said on Tuesday Pakistan's main spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, was involved in last week's attack on a security convoy claimed by a Pakistan-based militant group.

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08:49 ReutersIndian army commander says Pakistan spy agency involved in Kashmir bombing

India's top military commander in the disputed Kashmir region said on Tuesday Pakistan's main spy agency, the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) agency, was involved in last week's attack on a security convoy claimed by a Pakistan-based militant group.

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04:40 WhatReallyHappened.comFITTON: BIG Speaking of Anthony Weiner, as FBI and DOJ were colluding with yet another Clinton lawyer on Weiner laptop Clinton emails, this same gang was abusing power to spy on Trump. Judicial Watch just found the docs!

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18.02.2019
21:20 WhatReallyHappened.comFacebook security app used to 'spy' on competitors

A report by a Commons committee has detailed Facebook's use of an application to "spy" on users.
The cross-party group said that Facebook used its Onavo virtual private network (VPN) app to gather information on competitors.
The MPs claim Facebook "intentionally and knowingly violated both data privacy and anti-competition laws".

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20:32 BBCFacebook security app used to 'spy' on competitors

A cross-party group of MPs says Facebook used its Onavo app to gather information on competitors.

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16.02.2019
11:36 Telegraph.co.ukNovichock victim's family blame Government for daughter's death for rehousing former spy in Salisbury

www.telegraph.co.uk for the latest news from the UK and around the world.

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04:06 TheStar.comRosie DiManno: As spy stories go, this may be a first

Lee Harvey Oswald did it — both ways, to the Soviet Union and back again.
Kim Philby did it — a high-ranking British intelligence officer and double agent, recruited from the halls of academe but secretly in thrall and ideological bondage to Moscow. Part of the notorious spy ring known as the “Cambridge Five,” which included Guy Burgess and Anthony Blunt.
William Marlin and Bernon Mitchell did it — friends who joined the navy on the same day, later cryptologists for the U.S. National Security Agency. Vamoosed over the Kremlin wall together in 1960, although apparently deeply regretting their renunciation of America afterwards. Both died alcoholics.
Igor Gouzenko did it — a cipher agent working at the Soviet embassy in Ottawa, spilling his guts about foreign espionage in Canada, initially ridiculed for his claims by most media in this country.
Bowe Bergdahl did it — haplessly,

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15.02.2019
19:41 Aljazeera.NetUK spy chief raises concerns over use of Huawei for 5G rollout

Concerns over 'monopoly supplier' warrant 'proper conversation', head of MI6 says at Munich Security Conference.

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