“The Security Police sees a risk of assaults and serious violent crimes inspired by right-wing extremism. There is also a continuing assault threat from violent Islamist extremism”, Säpo chief Klas Friberg said in a press release, again equating the two threats. In the yearbook, Säpo also took the initiative to broaden the definition of “right-wing extremism”. In the words of senior analyst Ahn-Za Hagström, its values are much broader than “racism and xenophobia” and allegedly include nationalism, resistance to LGBT activism, and criticism of feminism. Even internet free speech was seen a major problem. According to Säpo, the digitalisation of society has facilitated the spread of what is considered “extremist” propaganda. … [Read more...] about Sweden Warns of ‘Right-Wing Extremism’ on Anniversary of Stockholm Truck Attack
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He said in a follow-up post on the company's encryption policy: "Zoom has always strived to use encryption to protect content in as many scenarios as possible, and in that spirit, we used the term end-to-end encryption. While we never intended to deceive any of our customers, we recognize that there is a discrepancy between the commonly accepted definition of end-to-end encryption and how we were using it." To date, Zoom's paid and free services have skyrocketed from 10m in December last year to 200m, according to company figures. … [Read more...] about Zoom Shareholders File Class-Action Lawsuit, Citing ‘Zoombombing’ Security, Encryption Service Flaws
“In practice, he is heavily constrained. He needs collective responsibility on pretty anything substantial", the source told the edition. 'Important to Have 100 Percent Clarity' Initially, it was a former Tory defence minister, Tobias Ellwood who raised the alarm after top cabinet minister Michael Gove refused to elaborate on who had the authority to press the Trident button in the event of a nuclear attack on the nation. … [Read more...] about Who Now Has Authority to Press UK’s Trident Button in Event of Nuclear Attack?
Recent Israeli raids have seized weapons, shuttered arms-making factories and arrested weapons dealers as part of a crackdown meant to quell a spate of Palestinian attacks. The military says seven weapons-manufacturing machines were seized this year in the Nablus area. … [Read more...] about Israel nabs Palestinian security officer for weapons dealing
According to a report from Motherboard, hackers both ethical and not have begun trawling the service for exploits that they can sell to either government agencies or Zoom itself, both of which pay what are known as 'bug bounties' for disclosing gaps in their security. … [Read more...] about Hackers are homing in on finding flaws in video conferencing service Zoom to cash in on bug bounties and even sell the exploits on the black market