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NSA director General Keith Alexander testifies before House Committee on Intelligence

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NSA director General Keith Alexander testified before the House standing committee on intelligence this morning on Capitol Hill, saying that PRISM and other NSA programs were limited, overseen, legal, and necessary for the protection of the USA. “These programs have protected our country and allies … over 50 times since 9/11,”...
NSA director General Keith Alexander testifies before House Committee on Intelligence

The CISPA Amendments We Really Need

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The goal of CISPA, the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act – the latest cybersecurity legislation pending in the House of Representatives – seemed so simple in the beginning: From time to time, security companies need to provide information about possible threats to government authorities so they can take action....
The CISPA Amendments We Really Need

U.S. House Passes Controversial CISPA Cybersecurity Bill 248 To 168

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This afternoon, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the controversial Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) by a vote of 248 to168. Unlike SOPA, which focused on copyright violations, CISPA wants to give Internet companies and the U.S. government the tools to protect and defend themselves against cyber attacks...
U.S. House Passes Controversial CISPA Cybersecurity Bill 248 To 168

Critics: CISPA still a government surveillance bill

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A U.S. House of Representatives committee failed to make the changes necessary to allay fears about government surveillance in a controversial cyberthreat sharing bill that's moving toward a House vote, critics said.The House Intelligence Committee, in voting 18-2 Wednesday to approve the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA),...
Critics: CISPA still a government surveillance bill

Why nobody really wants to get to the bottom of China, ZTE and Huawei

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Chinese telecom gear makers Huwaei and ZTE are about to get blacklisted by the U.S. Congress in a report to be published Monday. Reuters reports that the U.S. House of Representatives’ Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence will recommend U.S. companies don’t use wares from the two companies over fears that...
Why nobody really wants to get to the bottom of China, ZTE and Huawei

What Kind Of Crazy Person Decides A $20 Million Business Isn't Good Enough?

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Many entrepreneurs would cut off their right arm to build their business up to $20 million in annual revenues. And, in 2011, New York startup Yext got there, building a pay-per-call online advertising business up to 15,000 advertisers. The company was, at that point, worth a couple hundred million...
What Kind Of Crazy Person Decides A $20 Million Business Isn't Good Enough?
Huawei and ZTE pose national security risk according to US Congressional report

House passes Cispa cybersecurity bill with support of 92 Democrats

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Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act passes by 288-127 but civil liberties concerns could lead to Obama vetoThe House of Representatives on Thursday passed legislation meant to help companies and the government share information on cyber threats, even though concerns linger about the amount of protection the bill offers for...
House passes Cispa cybersecurity bill with support of 92 Democrats

Founder Mike Lazaridis to leave Blackberry May 1st as vice-chairman and director

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On the heels of today's earnings release, Blackberry vice chairman Mike Lazaridis announced that he'll leave the company on May 1st. The exec founded the company formerly known as Research in Motion almost 30 years ago, with Jim Balsillie as its early CEO -- who resigned this time last...
Founder Mike Lazaridis to leave Blackberry May 1st as vice-chairman and director

Rogers & Ruppersberger Reintroduce Cybersecurity Bill to Protect the American Economy

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Rogers & Ruppersberger Reintroduce Cybersecurity Bill to Protect the American Economy

Former RIM co-CEO Lazaridis says he planned to step down for years

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Former Research In Motion co-CEO and co-Chairman Mike Lazaridis said in a recent interview that he had been planning to step down from his role at the helm of the company for several years. While speaking with The Record, Lazaridis confessed that he had been planning to relinquish his...
Former RIM co-CEO Lazaridis says he planned to step down for years

Softbank grants US government the right to approve a director for Sprint, should takeover bid succeed

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Amid security concerns over the cross-border takeover of Sprint Nextel by Softbank, the Tokyo-based company has agreed to give the U.S. federal government the right to approve a director it will nominate to Sprint’s board. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal (spotted first by The Verge), the director,...
Softbank grants US government the right to approve a director for Sprint, should takeover bid succeed

Huawei and ZTE 'cannot be trusted' in the US, says Congress report

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A Congress committee will today publish the results of an 11-month investigation into ZTE and Huawei and the alleged risks these companies pose to US national security. Somehow, Reuters has already gotten hold of a draft of the report and, judging from the conclusions that have now been made...
Huawei and ZTE 'cannot be trusted' in the US, says Congress report
Bad cyber security bill CISPA heading back to the House
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