Chinese spies come in from the cold
Wang, just 27 years old, claimed to have had a hand in the kidnappings of the Causeway Bay booksellers in Hong Kong, infiltrating Hong Kong student organizations, and conducting information operations in Taiwan. These were impressive scalps for one of such a tender age in the intelligence community. Indeed, he asserted he was the "boss" of a cyber army in Taiwan.
China most likely to become sole global superpower by mid-21st Century: Mitt Romney
"First, China becomes the sole global superpower -- economically, militarily and geopolitically -- by the middle of this century. Second, China's ascension will be disrupted and halted by internal turmoil," he said.
'No Time To Die' trailer: Craig returns for final time as Bond; Malek, car chases, a new spy add thrill
Phoebe Waller-Bridge was involved in the script to help improve the portrayal of women.
Government wants to conduct audit of WhatApp Security System after NSO espionage
The govt wants to audit WhatsApp's security systems over the spying row, the IT minister has said.
Chinese spy defects to Australia with trove of intelligence: Report
The Nine network newspapers said the a Chinese defector, named as Wang "William" Liqiang, had given Australia's counter-espionage agency the identities of China's senior military intelligence officers in Hong Kong and provided details of how they funded and conducted operations in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Australia.
Chinese spies spook democracies from US to Europe to Australia
In Australia, it was reported Sunday that China offered a Melbourne-based car dealer a bribe to run as a parliamentary candidate before he was found dead in March. The previous day, media reports said that a man who spied for China in Hong Kong and Taiwan offered intelligence information to Australia and wanted political asylum.
NCP workers question presence of two cops at Mumbai hotel
When NCP MLA Jitendra Awhad asked one of the policemen the reason behind their presence at the hotel, he replied they were just "sitting there". Awhad even examined the identity card of the official. "Such a high-ranking officer is sitting here for no reason? Do you think we are fools?" he asked. The party is reportedly moving the legislators to another hotel.
My son a lovelorn wanderer, not spy: Father of Hyderabad man caught in Pakistan
Prashanth was caught along with a man from Madhya Pradesh, by Pakistani police from Cholistan Desert, adjoining Rajasthan’s Thar Desert. He finished his computer engineering from Visakhapatnam in 2010 and then worked for Chinese MNC, Huawei Technologies India, in Bengaluru.
Facebook says AI getting better at spying unwanted content
People at Facebook continue to try to share video of a horrific mosque attacks in Christchurch, New Zealand, with social network systems blocking 95 per cent of those attempts, according to executives.
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US: Saudis recruited Twitter workers to spy on critics
Saudi Arabia, frustrated by growing criticism of its leaders and policies on social media, recruited two Twitter employees to spy on thousands of accounts that included prominent opponents, prosecutors alleged Wednesday.
Are you being spied on? These DIY counter-surveillance tools can help protect privacy
One of the simplest ways is to turn off the lights and scan the room with a flashlight.
House Panel to discuss spying issue on Nov 15
"On November 15, we are meeting to discuss the real situation in Kashmir. We will take up the issue then", says Anand Sharman, Chairman of the Home Affairs committee.
Furore erupts over WhatsApp spying exposé
On Thursday, IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad took to Twitter to reiterate the Centre’s concern at the breach of privacy of Indians, and said his ministry had sought an explanation from the app. WhatsApp has to reply by November 4. Home ministry officials aid attempts to 'malign the govt' for reported breach were misleading.
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