Washington Post

Court revives Wikimedia lawsuit against NSA
Washington Post
A lawsuit challenging electronic surveillance by the National Security Agency will go forward, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday. Wikimedia can now make the case that the NSA is unconstitutionally spying on Americans though a program called ...
Federal Court Revives Wikimedia's Challenge to NSA SurveillanceNew York Times
Newly revived Wikipedia suit could reveal secrets of NSA surveillance programVICE News
Wikimedia's lawsuit against the NSA is backThe Verge
EFF -Engadget -Common Dreams -ACLU
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PJ Media

Report: Obama NSA Conducted Illegal Searches on Americans for Years
PJ Media
According to a classified internal report reviewed by Circa, more than 5 percent of searches seeking "upstream Internet data on Americans inside the NSA's so-called Section 702 database violated the safeguards Obama and his intelligence chiefs vowed to ...

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CNN

Who is NSA Director Mike Rogers?
CNN
Obama's defense and intelligence chiefs had recommended firing Rogers due to the belief that Rogers was not working fast enough on a critical reorganization to address the cyberthreat, but Rogers survived and remained in his role as the director of the ...
Trump asked NSA director to publicly push back against FBI's Russia investigationABC News
WATCH LIVE: NSA Chief Testifies Amid Reports He Snubbed Trump On FBI ProbeTPM
Trump Asked the NSA and DNI to Repudiate the Russia InvestigationMother Jones
FOX13 Memphis -WBAL Baltimore -New York Times -NPR
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Valley News Live

Report: Obama era NSA admits to years of illegal searches on Americans
Valley News Live
A bombshell report claims that the NSA, under then President Obama, conducted years of illegal searches of American's private data. The report appears in the online publication Circa and details how once-classified documents show how the spy agency ...



CNET

'Doomsday' worm uses seven NSA exploits (WannaCry used two)
CNET
If the NSA's leaked hacking tools had a Voltron, it would be EternalRocks. On Sunday, researchers confirmed new malware, named EternalRocks, that uses seven exploits first discovered by the National Security Agency and leaked in April by the Shadow ...
Ransomware worse than WannaCry discovered, also leverages NSA toolsHealthcare IT News
Leaked NSA hacking tools prove to be eternally annoyingSC Magazine
EternalRocks network worm uses 7 NSA hacking toolsNetwork World
Breitbart News -Threatpost -Infosecurity Magazine -BleepingComputer
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CNBC

US spies could have to disclose their hacking tools to the public under a new proposal
CNBC
The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) could be required to make public any security flaws it finds in software that it exploits to spy on users under a bill proposed by two lawmakers on Wednesday. According to the "Protecting our Ability to Counter ...
The NSA is running amokThe Week Magazine
US Cyber Bill Would Shift Power From Spy AgencyFortune
NSA would have to disclose its cyber exploit policies under new billEngadget
The Hill -RT
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Computerworld

Former NSA chief weighs in on cybersecurity, cyberespionage at ...
Computerworld
Retired Gen. Michael Hayden held nothing back when addressing cybersecurity pros at the ZertoCon conference in Boston.

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FedScoop

Government not 'sitting on hundreds of zero days,' former NSA official says
FedScoop
Storm clouds are rising over the U.S. government's policy on software flaw disclosure after the massive WannaCry infection spread using a cyberweapon developed by the NSA, and even former agency leaders say it might be time to take a fresh look at the ...



Politico

Why people are blaming the global cyberattack on the NSA
Politico
That's because whoever launched the global series of ransomware assaults is using a flaw in Microsoft Windows that the U.S. spy agency had apparently exploited for years — until someone leaked the NSA's hacking tools online and allowed cyber criminals ...

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New York Times

NSA Halts Collection of Americans' Emails About Foreign Targets
New York Times
Until 2013, it was not publicly known that the equipment installed on network switches was systematically sifting all cross-border internet traffic and sending to the N.S.A. messages containing such a targeted email address anywhere — not just emails ...
NSA Backs Down on Major Surveillance Program That Captured Americans' Communications Without a WarrantThe Intercept
NSA Halts Controversial Spy ProgramForeign Policy (blog)
NSA ends controversial collection of Americans' emails that mention foreign targetsTechCrunch
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