Activists from groups recently designated “terrorist organizations” responded to news that their phones were hacked with Pegasus spyware.
A Pandemic of ‘Russian Hacking’
Neither the actor, nor the motive, nor the damage done is known for certain in this latest scare story, write Ray McGovern and Joe Lauria.
Washington Post: Russians Are ‘Hacking Our Minds’
WaPo keeps hammering this narrative about powerful Russian mind-hackers as though Russia is the only nation with an existing propaganda campaign on the world stage, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
COVID-19: China Rises in Ranks of US-Accused Hackers
As America’s new Enemy No. 1, China is now the frontrunner in the “bad guy” sweepstakes, writes Michael Brenner.
Establishment Pundits Go Nuts Over New Russian Hacking Conspiracy
Since the story concerns Russia, all journalistic standards have, as usual, gone out the window, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
The New Industry of High-Tech Spying
The post 9/11 spending splurge by the U.S. national security state has given rise to a new industry devoted to developing technology for spying on almost everyone. These gizmos now represent a threat to what’s left of personal privacy, writes…