It is the 3rd of April 2020


FBI Arrests State Department Employee For Contacts With Chinese Spies

In an example of a FISA-warranted surveillance done right, on Wednesday the FBI announced the arrest of a veteran State Department employee with access to top secret information, who was accused of failing to report numerous contacts with Chinese foreign intelligence agents who provided her with "tens of thousands of dollars in gifts and benefits" in exchange for diplomatic and economic information, federal prosecutors said.

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Yahoo Admits Another Billion Accounts Hacked, Possibly By "State-Sponsored Actor"

Having admitted in September to 200 million accounts hacked, and then confessed it was half a billion in October, Yahoo has just come out with statement confirming that an unauthorized third party, in August 2013, stole data associated with more than one billion user accounts, and this is likely distinct from the incident they previously disclosed. They do still say that "we have connected some of this activity to the same state-sponsored actor believed to be responsible for the previousdata theft."

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Intelligence Officer Who Personally Met the Democratic Email Leaker Confirms He Was with the American Intelligence Services

The former intelligence analyst, British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, and chancellor of the University of Dundee, Craig Murray, wrote yesterday:

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Ahead Of Monday's Terrorist Threat, Texas, New York Are Taking Measures

Earlier this morning we wrote about a report that U.S. Intelligence sources were warning "joint terrorism task forces that al-Qeada could be planning attacks in three states for Monday."  According to CBS News the pre-election day targets were thought to be New York, Texas and Virginia though no specific targets were mentioned.

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