Rex Tillerson doesn't need a vacation spot? The Texas native and his wife recently re-listed their vacation property in Horseshoe Bay with a price cut. Claudine Zap, provided by Published 7:00 am, Friday, April 20, 2018 … [Read more...] about Ex-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Relists Texas Vacation Home With Price Cut
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In a major foreign policy address, U.S. Secretary of State Hilary Clinton is putting Internet freedoms at the front and center of U.S. foreign policy, citing recent developments in Egypt and Iran as examples of how communications and new technologies can lead to peaceful … [Read more...] about Clinton puts Internet freedom at forefront of U.S. foreign policy
It’s over for the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on U.S. planes. As of noon Saturday the smartphone that gave new meaning to no-smoking zones has been banned on U.S. aircraft by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), according to Reuters.The absolute ban follows earlier … [Read more...] about It’s final: U.S. Department of Transportation bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from U.S. flights
As Julian Assange sits in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London twiddling his thumbs and contemplating life without the internet, his WikiLeaks site is continuing to dump masses of sensitive material on the web for everyone and his dog to peruse.The whistleblowing site’s founder … [Read more...] about WikiLeaks: Ecuador says it blocked Assange’s internet over U.S. election meddling
The Financial Times is reporting (registration required) that U.S. analysts believe they have identified the specific individual who is primarily responsible for authoring the “Aurora” cyberattack launched against Google and other businesses operating in China. The … [Read more...] about U.S. Identifies Programmer Behind Google Cyberattack?