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Wednesday 9/19 Insider Buying Report: NSA, EOLS
At National Storage Affiliates Trust ( NSA ), a filing with the SEC revealed that on Friday, Director Chad Leroy Meisinger purchased 10,000 shares of NSA, at a cost of $26.80 each, for a total investment of $268,000. Bargain hunters have the ...
Chad Leroy Meisinger Buys 10000 Shares of National Storage Affiliates Trust (NSA) StockFairfield Current
National Storage Affiliates Trust (NSA) price is down -2.63% off its 200-SMANasdaq Place (press release)
National Storage Affiliates Trust (NSA) to Issue $0.29 Quarterly DividendMarea Informative (blog)
Tremont Herald -XNewsPress
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NSA Must Give Up Info In Olympics Spy Suit, Attendees Say
The group claimed the NSA has been blocking their discovery requests regarding whether their communications from in and around Salt Lake City during the games were intercepted with invalid national security claims and a “litany” of other irrelevant and ...

Ars Technica

“Bulk interception” by GCHQ (and NSA) violated human rights charter, European court rules
Ars Technica
The Court found that sharing intelligence information gathered from bulk surveillance—as GCHQ does with the NSA and other members of the "Five Eyes" intelligence and security alliance—does not violate the human rights charter. But the judges did warn ...
KRASYUKOV AND OTHERS v. UKRAINE - HUDOC - Council of EuropeHUDOC - Council of Europe
GCHQ data collection regime violated human rights, court rulesThe Guardian

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Man Charged With Fraudulently Billing NSA for Contract Work
U.S. News & World Report
Man Charged With Fraudulently Billing NSA for Contract Work. A Florida man who worked for a National Security Agency contractor in Maryland has been charged with submitting fraudulent timesheets that billed the federal government at least $250,000 for ...

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Cryptocurrency mining attacks using leaked NSA hacking tools are ...
It's been over a year since highly classified exploits built by the National Security Agency were stolen and published online. One of the tools, dubbed EternalBlue ...

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US woman gets five years in prison for leaking NSA document
The former Air Force translator worked as a contractor at a National Security Agency (NSA) office in Augusta, Georgia, when she printed a classified report and left the building with it. Winner told the FBI she mailed the document to an online news outlet.
Reality Winner, Former NSA Translator, Gets More Than 5 Years in Leak of Russian Hacking ReportNew York Times
NSA leaker Reality Winner sentenced to more than 5 years in prisonCNN
Former NSA contractor sentenced to 5 years in prison for leaking classified documents on Russia probeABC News
Wall Street Journal -BBC News -Los Angeles Times -The Intercept
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ABC News

Ex-NSA chief says former intel officials taking on Trump 'not helping'
ABC News
The former head of the National Security Agency broke with many of his fellow senior intelligence alumni this week, arguing that by publicly taking on President Donald Trump, the former officials are "pouring gasoline on the fire." Tuesday evening ...
Former NSA Director: Former Intel Chiefs Criticizing Trump's Decision to Revoke Brennan's Security Clearance 'Not
Mike Rogers strays from fellow ex-intel officials over John Brennan's clearanceWashington Times
Ex-NSA Director Disputes Report That Trump Asked Him To Push Back On Collusion ProbeThe Daily Caller

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The Gateway

UNO cybersecurity program prepares students for FBI and NSA careers
The Gateway
UNO is both a cyber defense and cyber operations school. The NSA chooses certain areas in which they want students to be trained, Mahoney said. If students learn these criteria, the agency offers them jobs. “We are, at UNO, kind of unique,” Mahoney said.

Federal Court Says NSA PRISM Surveillance Good And Legal Because The Gov't Said It Was Good And Legal
The federal judge presiding over the case -- which involved material support for terrorism charges -- has declared there's nothing wrong with anything the NSA or FISA Court did, so long as the surveillance was authorized and possibly had something to ...

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