Italian communications have been targeted through the US’s Special Collection Service sites in Rome and Milan, according to Italy’s l’Espresso. The same service allegedly tapped into German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s cellphone.
Buried deep inside a bulging US Army dossier relating to Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning’s court martial are 13 pages of online chat between Manning and a Wikileaks contact believed to be Julian Assange.
Salafists are no longer under Syrian opposition control and will provoke even more sectarian violence in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon, Chris Bambery, a political analyst and leading member of the International Socialist Group in Scotland, told RT.
Attacks in Yemen are a part of the political transition that’s taking place there, and as for the Islamist groups there is a deep degree of skepticism amongst the public that they actually exist, James Corbett, host of The Corbett Report, told RT.
Despite years of fighting to get released from Guantanamo prison, the US forceful transfers of Djamel Ameziane and Belkacem Bensayah to Algeria is illegal and cruel, Pardiss Kebriaei, a senior attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights told RT.
Accused members of the amorphous hacktivist group Anonymous appeared in federal court in California on Thursday to enter pleas pertaining to a nearly three-year-old digital protest against the website PayPal.
The NSA was prepared to secretly collect data on citizens of Australia, Canada and New Zealand – without the knowledge or consent of their governments, and despite the ‘Five Eyes’ joint spying program with those countries, a Snowden leak reveals.
The US National Security Agency collects and logs almost 5 billion cellphone records each day indicating a user’s location around the world, according to a new report from the records leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.