Joseph Menn
Japan Times
Jan 21, 2021
'No plan, no Q, nothing': QAnon followers reel as Biden inaugurated
In one Telegram channel with more than 18,400 members, QAnon believers were split between those still urging others to 'trust the plan' and those saying they felt betrayed.
Japan Times
Jan 9, 2021
Facebook and Twitter crackdown around U.S. Capitol siege is too little, too late
For weeks, content on big tech platforms Facebook, Twitter and YouTube as well as upstart fringe social networks foretold the storming of the U.S Capitol.
Japan Times
Dec 20, 2020
'Powerful tradecraft': How foreign cyberspies compromised America
Officials and researchers believe at least half a dozen U.S. agencies have been infiltrated and thousands of firms hit with malware in what may be one of the biggest hacks ever uncovered.
Japan Times
Jun 27, 2019
A peek at the West's failed fight against China's 'Cloud Hopper' hackers
Hacked by suspected Chinese cyberspies five times from 2014 to 2017, security staffers at the Swedish telecommunications equipment giant Ericsson took to naming their response efforts after different types of wine.
Nov 13, 2015
NSA says it 'usually' discloses software vulnerabilities
The U.S. National Security Agency, seeking to rebut accusations that it hoards information about software vulnerabilities and leaves U.S. companies open to cyberattacks, said last week that it tells U.S. technology firms about the most serious flaws it finds more than 90 percent of the time.


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