Even his staunchest admirers must have noticed that ex-NSA employee Edward Snowden did not offer any technical expertise via his Twitter account on this week-ends spread of the WannaCry ransomware. »The true HOOHA« Snowden who lives since he fled his native USA for Moscow to live under the auspices of Russian domestic spy service FSB, fired one tweet after the other towards his former employer, the National Security Agency (NSA), in which he put the sole blame for this most recent ransomware incident on the NSA.Read more: Edward Snowden, »WannaCry«: The »True HOOHA« reacts Putin-conform to the ransomware incident
Two units of the North Korean army are working within Syria, according to Asaad al-Zoubi, an ex-General of Assad's troups, now with the Free Syrian Army and head of the delegation of the Syrian opposition High Negations Committee.Read more: TASS: North Korean Troups in Syria
Jürgen Todenhöfer claims to have conducted an interview with an »al-Nusra commander«. His account of the events, as well as the interview itself pose questions that cast doubt on the authenticity of the interview.Read more: Aleppo: Jürgen Todenhöfer's Fake al-Nusra Interview
In a piece for the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung Friederike Haupt investigated the clandestine election campaign aid provided for the AfD party by an organisation called »Verein zur Erhaltung der Rechtsstaatlichkeit und bürgerlichen Freiheiten« (association for the preservation of rule of law and civil liberties). The organisation apparently has connections to the »Foundation for a Europe of Nations and Freedom«.Read more: Organisation close to German AfD party with connections to »Foundation for a Europe of Nations and...
The time of WikiLeaks is over. Assange tries to stay in the news with hasty releases of little news value, or, in the case of the DNCLeaks, to settle an old score.Read more: Peak Wikileaks