Cybersecurity

360 Degree Surveillance: How Police Use Public-Private Partnerships to Spy on Americans

In this age of ubiquitous surveillance, there are no private lives: everything is public.

NYC Mayor Says ‘Big Brother’ Is ‘Protecting You’

New York City Mayor Eric Adams responded to the criticism of increased digital surveillance in the city saying that it was a positive use of technology.

A Dem-Linked Dark Money Network Is Quietly Funding the ‘Misinformation’ Research Industry

Several funds managed by Arabella Advisors, a Democrat-linked consultant firm, are quietly bankrolling research by universities and non-profits into how online “misinformation” and “disinformation” spreads, according to a Daily Caller News Foundation review of the networks’ grants.

Ballot Discrepancy Could Nullify Tens of Thousands of Votes in Arizona Election: Cybersecurity Expert (Video)

Expert witness at Arizona election lawsuit testifies that ballot size discrepancy could not have been accidental."

Cybersecurity Expert Claims Maricopa County Ballot Printers Had Been Tampered With

A cybersecurity expert testified as part of Kari Lake's lawsuit that ballot printer issues across Maricopa County had to have been purposefully tampered with.

University of Oklahoma Bans TikTok

University of Oklahoma bans TikTok for students and staff due to national security concerns and compliance with Governor Kevin Stitt's executive order.

Glenn Youngkin Executive Order Bans TikTok From Virginia State Devices, Networks

Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin banned the use of several Chinese-owned apps, including TikTok and WeChat, on state government devices and wireless networks on Friday, calling them a threat to national security.

Texas Bans China-Linked TikTok for Gov’t-Issued Devices

Texas Governor Gregg Abbott forbids state agencies from using popular social media app linked to Chinese Communist Party.

Demands for Investigation Grow After Katie Hobbs’ Office Censored Twitter Activity, Suppressed Speech

"How much censorship took place under her office," asked Trump attorney Christina Bobb.

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