Earlier today the US Central Intelligence Agency officially launched a new DarkNet (.onion) version of their website, referring to it as the ‘latest layer’ of their international operations – pun intended.
European Parliament Approves Vote To Create International Biometric Database To Secure EU Border Countries
As EU Parliament moves forward with the creation of a new international biometric database to better secure their borders, here are some lessons they should learn from the their American counterparts before new laws go into effect.
Declassified Documents from CIA Reveal US Political Interference South America Throughout The Cold War
CIA wraps up 3 year long Argentina Declassification Project originally commissioned under Obama, revealing new insight into US Cold War Strategy.
Recently Declassified Files from The DoD & CIA Paint an Interesting Portrayal of Middle Eastern History & The Bible
The two files contain never before seen aerial footage of ancient Middle Eastern monuments/landmarks (DoD) and question everything we know about Genesis/Flood of Noah (CIA).
Tomorrow marks the start of April Lulz Day 2019, an international holiday of sorts unique to the underground world of underground hackers.
Researcher Uses Google Search Strings To Uncover 1,000’s of Active Government Issued ID’s, Passports & More
Fabio Castro discloses major bug effecting Google’s search engine, allowing hackers to search for/through thousands of Government issued ID’s. Appears to be variation of same glitch leading to the death of 30 Clandestine CIA agents in 2018.
New lawsuit by ACLU, Privacy International and University of Buffalo attempts to find out how the US Government justifies the hacking of US citizens, when those same hacks would otherwise be considered felonies if performed by US citizens.
In a joint operation between AnonOps and CyberGuerrilla, hackers released a dox of thousands of FBI agents/officials and hundreds of French Police officers, as well as a list of subdomains and IP Addresses attached to MI6, CIA and FBI websites.
If this article doesn’t single-handedly bring an end to US engagement in Afghanistan, nothing will.
Researchers at Columbia University are suing the US CIA, NSA, DOJ ODNI & State Department to disclose Intelligence records tied to Jamal Khashoggi before his assassination in October.
Two days after Joshua Shulte accused the US Justice Department of Constitutional violations and inhumane living conditions, the DOJ announced it would be adding two additional charges to his case.