(ANTIMEDIA) A federal appeals court has unanimously reversed part of a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union for Wikimedia, which challenges the NSA’s mass surveillance and collection of internet communications.
The suit was originally filed in 2015 by the ACLU on behalf of the Wikimedia Foundation, Amnesty International, and Human Rights Watch, among others, and centered around the NSA’s “Upstream” surveillance program, which intercepts data from the internet backbone cables carrying the online messages, web searches, and emails of U.S. citizens. Upstream operates under Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, a statute the government uses to conduct warrantless surveillance on Americans who communicate with targets located outside of the United States…
Source: Wikimedia Lawsuit Against NSA Surveillance Just Approved to Move Forward | Galactic Connection
A few days ago we discussed the fact that the New Computer Virus taking control of Banks and failing Hospitals was released by Microsoft and the “CURE” for the virus was created even before the Virus was released – forcing you to update into “Windows 11” and their “Smart Cloud.”
Now it has been brought forward – thanks to the Chinese Run Corporation of Wikileaks – that the CIA is now taking control of all computers that run Windows 8-10, 9 was a flop and never released.
Primary CIA Virus is Hera – Running XP through Windows 10
Secondary: Hera for Windows 8-10.
So apparently we have 3 Microsoft/CIA Viruses to worry about:
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We state what the news is and then how to protect yourself form this madness…
So here is what you can do to protect yourself.
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The Washington Post published its dubious story on President Trump leaking classified information to the Russians less than an hour after the bombshell news broke that murdered DNC staffer Seth Rich was in contact with Wikileaks and that DC Police were ordered to cover it up.
The coincidental timing has led many Trump supporters to accuse the Post of publishing their story in an attempt to distract the rest of the media from focusing on the massive new revelations in the Seth Rich case.
Source: Did Wash Post Publish Dubious Russia Story to Distract From Seth Rich Bombshell? » Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!
Op-Ed By James Holbrooks
Ask and you shall receive. For weeks upon weeks on end, the American populace has watched Donald Trump and his administration, along with pundits in the corporate media, drone on about how China should step up its game in the effort to thwart North Korea’s nuclear ambitions. From the Washington Post on Tuesday:
A North Korean delegation will attend a large multilateral economic summit in Beijing next week, China’s Foreign Ministry announced Tuesday, underlining its reluctance to join American efforts to completely isolate the regime in Pyongyang.”
The problem, of course, is that this isn’t the sanctioned tactic. When Trump and his crew said they wanted China to step up on North Korea, what they meant was they wanted China to join in on the sanctions and the international condemnation — in other words, the demonization of Kim Jong-un.
Take, for instance, the reaction of former vice president Joe Biden’s deputy national security advisor, Ely Ratnor, to news of China’s invitation to North Korea.
“Beijing publicly taking foot off gas on pressuring North Korea. Is this what Trump means when he says Xi is ‘doing an amazing job as a leader’?” Ratnor wrote on Twitter Tuesday.
Ratnor failed to note, however, that China has publicly stated all along that trying to muscle out Kim’s regime is the absolute wrong strategy, and that the diplomatic approach is the way to go.
And China isn’t alone…
Source: What If Everything We’re Being Told About U.S.-North Korea Tensions Is Wrong? » The Event Chronicle
By Zero Hedge
In its seventh CIA leak since March 23rd, WikiLeaks has just revealed the user manual of a CIA hacking tool known as ‘Archimedes’ which is purportedly used to attack computers inside a Local Area Network (LAN). The CIA tool works by redirecting a target’s webpage search to a CIA server which serves up a webpage that looks exactly like the original page they were expecting to be served, but which contains malware. It’s only possible to detect the attack by examining the page source. Per WikiLeaks:
Today, May 5th 2017, WikiLeaks publishes “Archimedes”, a tool used by the CIA to attack a computer inside a Local Area Network (LAN), usually used in offices. It allows the re-directing of traffic from the target computer inside the LAN through a computer infected with this malware and controlled by the CIA. This technique is used by the CIA to redirect the target’s computers web browser to an exploitation server while appearing as a normal browsing session.
The document illustrates a type of attack within a “protected environment” as the the tool is deployed into an existing local network abusing existing machines to bring targeted computers under control and allowing further exploitation and abuse.
Source: WikiLeaks Reveals “Archimedes”: Malware Used To Hack Local Area Networks » The Event Chronicle