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WikiLeaks' CIA revelations shake up Silicon Valley

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 09, 2017

Silicon Valley tech giants' distrust of US intelligence agencies has been intensified by information newly released by WikiLeaks suggesting the CIA has developed tools that can eavesdrop on smartphones, take control of automotive electronics systems and turn household appliances into listening devices. The news touched off a scramble to evaluate the vulnerabilities made public by WikiLeaks. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (03/07) The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (03/07) The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (03/07)


Silicon Valley unhappy with Trump's revised travel ban

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 09, 2017

Republicans aim to repeal FCC's internet privacy rules

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Feb 23, 2017

Russian treason charges embroil Verisign in controversy

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2017

Suggestion that US demand foreigners' passwords sparks backlash

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Feb 23, 2017

Sen. Thune discusses tech policy under Trump

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Feb 23, 2017

Dark-web sale of Gmail, Yahoo data shows security risk

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 09, 2017

Workers are getting a lower share of revenue

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 16, 2017

US taking new look at autonomous-vehicle guidelines

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2017

How to explain an unconventional work history

IEEE-USA SmartBrief | Mar 02, 2017


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