Appeals Court: Border Searches of Cell Phones Require ‘Reasonable Suspicion’

A federal appeals court has ruled that U.S. border officials may not conduct a forensic search of a mobile device without a “reasonable suspicion” that the device contains evidence of a crime. The court’s decision followed Riley v. California, a 2014 Supreme Court case holding…

Orangeworm: Attack group targeting Healthcare Industry

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Host/Havas’ Ant Melder, PatientSafe Network + Dr. Robert Hacketto launch new healthcare initiative

… joined forces with Dr. Robert Hackett and PatientSafe Network to help … conduct research and trials. A group of doctors and medical staff … part, changing the culture from anonymous to accountable, with potential confusion … this space.” Says Dr. Hackett: “It’s been ……

Russia warns UK to think twice before cyber attacks

… out a threat to conduct cyber attacks against Russia over the accusation … Russia with unspecified consequences, but cyber attacks and economic sanctions are widely … connection with a nerve agent attack a week ago, near Middle … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Russia warns…

How Congress’s Extension of Section 702 May Expand the NSA’s Warrantless Surveillance Authority

Last month, Congress reauthorized Section 702, the controversial law the NSA uses to conduct some of its most invasive electronic surveillance. With Section 702 set to expire, Congress had a golden opportunity to fix the worst flaws in the NSA’s surveillance programs and protect Americans’…