The numbers are unfortunately vague. There are no official or required statistics that would register how often police officers shoot at civilians for whatever reasons, and to which ethnic groups the victim and the shooter belong. Only fragmented data exist for this purpose, which can be found under search terms such [Read more]
A new law that came into force on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. allows for smoking marijuana, but it does not allow the selling of it. Anyone who is over 21 can smoke pot at home (smoking in public places is not allowed). However, to do so, you either need to get it from someone as a gift, or you have to plant it and [Read more]
Controversy has emerged in the U.S. after the killing of Kayla Mueller. Since July, not a single attempt had been made to rescue her.
A decree will encourage companies to better share their information, but they are reluctant to do so. Since the Snowden affair, tensions have been high between Washington and the Internet giants.
As a journalist, he researched the surveillance state. As an Anonymous activist, he declared war against the FBI. For that he’s now been sentenced harshly.
The FBI and White House still maintain that North Koreans hacked the servers of Sony Pictures, but there is no proof, and doubts are mounting.
In the first days after the hacker attack on the servers of Sony Pictures, North Korea’s responsibility for it seemed obvious – since the attack was presumed to be in [Read more]
According to many cybersecurity experts, the evidence that the FBI has presented against Pyongyang doesn’t hold water.
North Korean organizations and leading figures will no longer be able to access American banks or financial operations involving the United States. This is the first series of retaliatory measures taken by Barack Obama in response to the cyberattack on Sony Pictures, which aimed at stopping the release of the film [Read more]
The United States is considering whether to reclassify North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism after the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment. This means that the U.S. views North Korea’s recent hacking as a serious security threat on the level of cyberterrorism. Last weekend, the FBI publically announced that [Read more]