Julian Assange: WikiLeaks’ fugitive anti-hero

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange becomes a citizen of Ecuador more than five years after moving into its London embassy Julian Assange: WikiLeaks’ fugitive anti-heroto escape arrest, over a rape investigation that he claims is linked to his whistle-blowing activities. The pale, lanky Australian, a former computer hacker is at the centre of a dispute that his supporters see as a… Please follow and like us:

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2018 Forecast: Can The Army Reinvent Itself?

The Army Chief of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, checks out a cyber/electronic warfare unit at the National Training Center. WASHINGTON: Over the next few weeks, US Army leaders will make major decisions about the Futures Command they’re standing up this summer. The new organization will be the biggest departure in how the Army buys weapons in… Please follow and like us:

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John McAfee Says Violent Cartels Are Out to Kidnap Him

In the early hours of September 4, Alex Handrick awoke to the sound of gunfire. Having served in the U.S. Army for eight years, the private security guard recognized the noise immediately. Realizing the shots were coming from above his basement bedroom, 28-year-old Handrick grabbed his assault rifle and rushed upstairs. There, naked but for an… Please follow and like us:

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Do Young Humans + Artificial Intelligence = Cybersecurity?

West Point cadets conduct a cyber exercise. WASHINGTON: The Army is recruiting smart young soldiers to wage cyber war. But human talent is not enough. Ultimately, say experts, cyberspace is so vast, so complex, so constantly changing that only artificial intelligence can keep up. America can’t prevail in cyberspace through superior numbers. We could never match… Please follow and like us:

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Army Races To Rebuild Short-Range Air Defense: New Lasers, Vehicles, Units

The Avenger mounts Stinger missiles on a Humvee — an increasingly insufficient combination for modern war. ARLINGTON: As Russia and other adversaries stock up on drones, rockets, and missiles, the US Army is building up defenses to shoot them down. But that Short-Range Air Defense force has been devastated by a decade of cuts. The service’s… Please follow and like us:

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