Coalition Condemns Police Surveillance of Montreal Journalist’s iPhone

(CJFE.org) La Press reporter Patrick Lagacé, at an event organized by Fédération professionnelle des journalistes du Québec (FPJQ) in Montreal in 2016. PHOTO: Jean-Hugues Roy. We, the undersigned organizations, condemn the targeted surveillance of an iPhone belonging to Patrick Lagacé, a journalist for Montreal newspaper La Presse. Montreal’s police service (Service de police de la ville […]

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Canadian Journalists Fight Back; VICE News Journalist Ben Makuch

(ProtectPressFreedom.ca) – CJFE, together with a coalition of media and free expression organizations, is intervening in the ongoing court battle between the RCMP and VICE News. VICE is asking the Ontario Court of Appeal to throw out a March ruling that ordered VICE News journalist Ben Makuch to hand over Kik messenger app chat logs between him and an alleged ISIS fighter. […]

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“The Jester” – America’s cyber warfare Marvel hero?

Author: C. W. (@CW_SOH) (SputnikNews.com) An older (archived) version of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs website got hacked over the weekend. Experts are seeking the perpetrator according to Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova. “The website was hacked. Who did it – that’s what the experts are trying to figure out. Attacks on the website have become […]

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The Road To World War 3

Author: C. W. (@CW_SOH) In a generation full of advance technology, nuclear weaponry, hostile environments, and a forever unbalanced political system; a third World War is near impossible to avoid. War has poisoned us with dishonesty but has led to prove it is a repetitive thing in human nature. War is everywhere regardless of its size […]

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WikiLeaks, Julian Assanges Death Sentence? “Heavily Armed” police spotted outside the embassy he seeks asylum in.

(Twitter: WikiLeaks.org) According to a tweet posted by WikiLeaks, “heavily armed” police could be seen outside the Ecuador Embassy where WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange has been holding up asylum which has caused weakening health, and may even be now suffering from a heart condition. Two years stocked up in an embassy could have nothing positive […]

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U.S Homeland Security and F.B.I now investigating massive DDoS attack against company “Dyn”

(Gizmodo) Following up on our article about today’s massive Denial-of-Service attack that saw services such as Paypal, Netflix, Spotify, and even the PlayStation Network become unavailable for most of the day. The still ongoing DDoS attack has cut off most connection with the social media, community, and payment service websites and there seems to be no […]

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Philippines President announces “separation” from the United States; but mentions to keep America close.

(RT) While most people are concentrated on the relationship with the United States, Russia, and China, the Philippines have been handling business themselves. For the past month the Philippines leader has been motioning towards breaking agreements and up most an alliance with the U.S. In the video above you can see a series of examples […]

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Major Internet DDoS; various big social media down including Twitter

Author: C. W. (@CW_SOH) Dyn DNS Company (pronounced “dine”) is an Internet performance management company, offering products to monitor, control, and optimize online infrastructure, and also domain registration services and email products.   Despite being reported by many online outlets:  in a report by USA Today, “Atleast two successive waves” of DDoS attacks have been targeting “major […]

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