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When Syrias access to the internet was cut for two days back in 2012, it apparently wasnt the fault of dissenting terrorists, as the Syrian government claimed: according to Wired, it was the fault of the US government. In a long profile of Edward Snowden published today, Wired writes what Snowden says is the truth about the internet outage. […]

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The Obama administration publicly blamed the Syrian government for delays in destroying its chemical arms stockpiles this week, calling upon President Bashar al-Assads regime to take immediate action ahead of a second major deadline. In a statement to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), US ambassador Robert Mikulak accused Syria of delaying […]

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As conflict in Syria continues, email attacks against various organizations throughout the Middle East and Europe have also been identified. Figure 1. Sample email used in this campaign from “Free Dom” (Freedom) The targeted organizations are extensive, from individuals at a public university, to hotels, oil companies, and government agencies.Recipients of these emails are presented with text […]

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