Monday, March 27
‘There is no place to strike without hitting families’
People who’ve escaped New Mosul say airstrikes, car bombings, executions and suicide attacks have turned the area into a disaster zone.
US cyber firm rewrites part of disputed Russian hacking report
Following VOA’s report that cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike misrepresented data, the cyber firm revised and retracted statements used to buttress Russian hacking claims during last year’s US presidential campaign.
This is how the US keeps track of foreign agents
When national security officers want to monitor communications of suspected foreign agents inside the United States, they go to a special court created just for them.
China, counterfeiting and piracy
The production of fake goods, including everything from clothes to electronics, cosmetics and risky fake medicines, is on the rise.
Cambodia’s ‘Buzzfeed’ attracts Silicon Valley investment
An entertainment news website modeled after the American media giant Buzzfeed, is Cambodia’s first local tech startup to attract Silicon Valley investors.
Britain wants social media scrubbed of jihadist postings
Islamic State is trying to capitalize on last week’s London terror attack by flooding YouTube with hundreds of violent recruitment videos.
The house built on top of a waterfall
Designed in 1935, architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater is still a modern marvel.