NSA Dissented From CIA Assessment of ‘Russian Bounties’ for Taliban Killings

It’s not the first time the NSA has dissented from its espionage brethren – for instance, its conclusions differed from that of the CIA and FBI on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Both had “high confidence” Kremlin-directed subterfuge had taken place, but the NSA wasn’t so sure. … Read More >NSA Dissented From CIA Assessment of ‘Russian Bounties’ for Taliban Killings

NSA urges email providers to update software warning that ‘Russian military hackers’ already gained ‘dream access’ to them

The notorious US spy agency NSA has issued a rare warning to Exim mail server owners, calling on them to update the operating system and claiming that otherwise Russian “military cyber actors” could virtually take control of them. … Read More >NSA urges email providers to update software warning that ‘Russian military hackers’ already gained ‘dream access’ to them

US lawsuit against Snowden is a warning to other whistleblowers to keep their mouths shut, says fellow whistleblower

The US government is suing NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for his memoir profits not just to punish him, but also to intimidate others into staying silent, CIA whistleblower John Kiriakou tells RT. … Read More >US lawsuit against Snowden is a warning to other whistleblowers to keep their mouths shut, says fellow whistleblower

US sues Snowden for violating ‘CIA & NSA non-disclosure pact’ with his new book, but it also wants the proceeds

The US government has filed a lawsuit against the National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, alleging that his newly-published memoir ‘Permanent Record’ violates nondisclosure agreements he signed with the CIA and NSA. … Read More >US sues Snowden for violating ‘CIA & NSA non-disclosure pact’ with his new book, but it also wants the proceeds