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US may block visas for Chinese hackers attending DefCon, Black Hat | Ars Technica
Court Approves F.C.C. Plan to Subsidize Rural Broadband Service - NYTimes.com
Connect America Fund (CAF) | FCC.gov
EDOCS Search Result
Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet NPRM | FCC.gov
Command-Line Reference
Cosmologist suggests universe might not be expanding after all
Universe is Not Expanding After All, Scientists Say | Astronomy | Sci-News.com
Three years on. Sabu, who betrayed his fellow LulzSec hackers, to be sentenced
It took eBay a *long* time to tell me to change my password
Avast anti-virus forum hacked, 400,000 users affected
Now available at KFN: the Ferengi plan! (valid only if you're the FCC)
Pale Moon – Your browser, Your way - Tech Central - Binary Outcast
Pale Moon - portable!
Researchers find a global botnet of infected PoS systems - Computerworld
China pushing banks to remove IBM servers in spy dispute: Bloomberg | Reuters
Glenn Greenwald to publish list of U.S. citizens that NSA spied on - Washington Times
Data Pirates of the Caribbean: The NSA Is Recording Every Cell Phone Call in the Bahamas - The Intercept
Signals intelligence by alliances, nations and industries - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
runeapp.betterlearn.com
Debian -- News -- Long term support for Debian 6.0 Announced
You Are Not a Digital Native: Privacy in the Age of the Internet | Tor.com
TrueCrypt now encouraging users to use Microsoft's Bitlocker | PCWorld
TrueCrypt
Pentagon report: scope of intelligence compromised by Snowden 'staggering' | World news | The Guardian
What does GCHQ know about our devices that we don't? | Privacy International
What Do You Want Your Representatives to Ask Chairman Wheeler About Net Neutrality? | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Monitoring centres: Force multipliers from the surveillance industry | Privacy International
Snowden spyware revelations: we need to unmask the five-eyed monster | Privacy International
Report: Verizon FiOS claimed public utility status to get government perks | Ars Technica
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols: Windows 8.1 Update 1, now with less annoyance - Computerworld
Game of phones: how Verizon is playing the FCC and its customers | The Verge
Bits are Bits…Net Neutrality | Fran's Computer Services' Blog
How the iCloud "Hack" Holds iOS Devices Hostage
How to continue getting free security updates for Windows XP -- until 2019
Spaceship docks with ISS, astronaut immediately tweets awesome photos - Boing Boing
OpenSSL to get a security audit and two full-time developers | Ars Technica
Tech giants, chastened by Heartbleed, finally agree to fund OpenSSL | Ars Technica
Microsoft warns against XP update hack -- suggests users 'upgrade to Windows 8.1' instead
Core Infrastructure Initiative | The Linux Foundation
Springpad Says Goodbye
Office shoe retailer has been hacked, but they'd like to keep it quiet
Iranian hackers set up fake news website, and posed as journalists on Facebook to spy on United States and others | HOTforSecurity
Nine Scientists Are Awarded Kavli Prizes - NYTimes.com
This Is It: SpaceX's New Manned Dragon V2 - Popular Mechanics
The Big Picture: Exploring the deep blue in a wearable submarine
Oppo's N1 Mini makes iPhones look tiny
Europe demands driverless cars be driveable | Ars Technica
Toshiba P50t review: So many pixels, too much bulk | Ars Technica
Gigabyte's Brix Pro reviewed - The Tech Report - Page 1
FCC may force Internet providers to stop calling their slow, crappy speeds 'broadband' | VentureBeat | Business | by Harrison Weber
NSA releases Snowden email after denying its existence — RT USA