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Twitter says espionage charge likely if company doesn't comply with DOJ's 'unconstitutional' order

Washington Times - ‎5 hours ago‎
Nearly two years into its case, Twitter's attorneys said in their latest filing that the company may risk being charged under the Espionage Act of 1917 if it goes as far as to provide an actual integer with regards to how many requests it's received ...

Espionage fears: 'Fake documents' of 10 employees puts Turkish air base on alert

RT - ‎May 25, 2016‎
Anti-Islamic State coalition aircraft at the Turkish air base in Incirlik, Adana, may have been serviced by technicians with fake qualifications, local media report.
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Kaspersky reports cyber espionage attacks on Indian government in 2016

Firstpost - ‎19 hours ago‎
Computers of senior government officials at Cabinet Secretariat, ministries of external affairs and IT were compromised by a Chinese cyber espionage group between February and March this year, a Russian software security company has claimed.
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Portuguese, Russian espionage suspects arrested in Rome

Reuters - ‎May 24, 2016‎
ROME A Portuguese and a Russian national were arrested in Rome at the weekend on suspicion of espionage, the European Union's judicial cooperation unit Eurojust said on Tuesday.
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Russian banker sentenced to prison in US for espionage

Deutsche Welle - ‎May 25, 2016‎
Espionage. Russian banker sentenced to prison in US for espionage. A Russian banker in New York City has been sentenced to over two years in prison for taking part in a spy ring.

Group of Suckfly Cyber-Espionage Targets Indian Private and Government Companies

SPAMfighter News (press release) - ‎May 24, 2016‎
Symantec, a tech firm of cybersecurity, in recent times published the report mentioning Suckfly's activities. Suckfly is advanced cyber espionage group, which conducted various long-term campaigns of espionage against prominent targets consisting ...
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Cybercrime, terrorism, corporate espionage threats high for India Inc, says study

The Hindu - ‎May 23, 2016‎
Mumbai: Cybercrime, terrorism, fire and corporate espionage are some of the biggest threats to businesses in the coming years, according to a recent study on physical security environment and preparedness among corporate India.
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South Africa minister denies 'espionage' charges

Financial Times - ‎May 17, 2016‎
A report in South Africa's Sunday Times newspaper alleging that Mr Gordhan faced “imminent arrest” and would be charged with “espionage”, rattled investors and sent the rand plummeting by about 2 per cent on Monday, exacerbating concerns of political ...
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Bernie Sanders Is Going To Win, Hillary Clinton Probably Guilty Of Espionage [Report]

The Inquisitr - ‎May 19, 2016‎
“Hillary is most likely guilty of [at a minimum] unintentional espionage and probably much worse and it looks like an indictment at this point is imminent.

Couch Critic: "Spider 2-3" — a return to straight forward adventure espionage

St. George Daily Spectrum - ‎May 25, 2016‎
Author Robert Vallier - a private pilot by day and writer by night - takes us back into the world of classic espionage in his debut novel "Spider 2-3.
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Espionage threat forces Roy Hodgson to scrap Euro 2016 stadium training sessions

Telegraph.co.uk - ‎May 17, 2016‎
Roy Hodgson will take the unprecedented step of not sending his England team out to train at the match stadiums on the day before each Euro 2016 Group B game in a bid to beat any tournament spies.

Fake diplomas spark espionage fear at US base

Daily Sabah - ‎May 23, 2016‎
The man, identified only as Y.Y., was questioned by authorities. He confessed that he obtained the diploma simply to get hired for the job and dismissed claims of espionage. Y.Y. is one of the 10 people at base who claim to have graduated from the same ...

Government units, top IT firm among cyber-espionage targets:Symantec

Economic Times - ‎May 17, 2016‎
NEW DELHI: Two government organisations, one of the largest financial institutions and a top IT firm have been among the targets of an advanced cyber espionage group conducting long-term espionage campaigns against high-profile targets in India, as per ...

New rules target espionage on US campuses

Reuters - ‎May 20, 2016‎
The fear that foreign students might act as spies on U.S. campuses is pushing the State Department to write new rules restricting students from some countries - particularly Iran and China - from working on the most security-sensitive research projects.
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Navy Officer to Face Court Martial for Alleged Espionage

ABC News - ‎May 13, 2016‎
Navy Lt. Cmdr. Edward Lin will face a general court martial on charges of espionage and alleged espionage. On Friday, the Navy announced that the admiral overseeing Lin's case had accepted a recommendation that there was enough evidence to warrant ...
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Operation Groundbait: Espionage in Ukrainian war zones

We Live Security (blog) - ‎May 18, 2016‎
In addition to the armed conflict in eastern Ukraine, in recent years the country has been facing a significantly higher number of targeted cyberattacks, or so-called advanced persistent threats (APTs).
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Navy officer pleads not guilty to espionage

Fox News - ‎May 18, 2016‎
A Navy officer who spent time at the Pentagon and served in a secretive squadron pleaded not guilty to espionage charges Tuesday during a hearing at Norfolk Naval Station.
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Former Huawei employees to be rejected by Canadian immigration on suspicions of espionage

MobileSyrup.com - ‎May 25, 2016‎
Furthermore, the Globe spoke to a Toronto immigration lawyer Chantel Desloges who stated it's extremely rare that Chinese immigration applications are rejected on the basis of espionage, and that in fact, she's never personally seen one. Huawei ...

US fight against Chinese espionage ensnares innocent Americans

CBS News - ‎May 13, 2016‎
The U.S. Justice Department bungled the economic espionage case against Xiaoxing Xi. It investigated him for contact with Chinese scientists that was required by his U.S.
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