Wikileaks Says Aaron Swartz Was a Possible Source
In a series of tweets, Wikileaks claimed Saturday that late Internet activist and hacker Aaron Swartz was an ally and possible source for the organization.
It also disclosed that Swartz, who committed suicide last week, was "in communication" with founder Julian Assange during 2010 and 2011.
UK Government must be more vigorous in approach to cyber security
The UK Parliament Defence Committee's has published its report on cyber security, noting that cyber threats can evolve very quickly with serious consequences for the nation’s security. Evidence received by the Committee suggested that, in the event of a sustained cyber attack, the ability of the Armed Forces to operate effectively could be fatally compromised.
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