WikiLeaks published internal CIA communications about hacking techniques its uses to access iPhones, Android and Microsoft Windows devices
The whistleblower website Wikileaks has published "Year Zero", a large cache of what it says are secret CIA documents detailing hacking tools used to evade security on phones, apps and hand held-devic
They are said to include malware that targets a variety of operating systems. The UK's MI5 agency is said to have built a system of spyware attack that targets Samsung televisions.
A former CIA officer convicted of involvement in the 2003 kidnapping of an Egyptian cleric in Italy has been released by authorities in Lisbon after winning a last minute reprieve from…
Just days after taking office, the new CIA Director Mike Pompeo has arrived in Ankara on Thursday for high-level talks with the Turkish government.
A declassified report released on Friday is the US intelligence community’s starkest public description yet of what it claims were unprecedented Russian moves to manipulate American…
Portugal’s High Court has ruled that former CIA agent Sabina De Sousa is to be extradited to Italy for her involvement in an illegal counter-terrorism…
Death row inmate Kevin Costner gets a memory implant in “Criminal”, not to remember how to make a hit movie again, but as a sort of hard disc for a
Former CIA operative Sabrina de Sousa has lost her appeal in Portugal’s supreme court against extradition to Italy to serve a six-year sentence for
WikiLeaks has released documents it says have been collected from CIA director John Brennan’s personal email account.. They include an early version
A spying scandal has confronted Chancellor Angela Merkel with one of the most difficult challenges of her leadership. Claims that the country’s
The former US military commander in Iraq and Afghanistan and director of the CIA, David Petraeus, has been fined $100,000 (92,000 euros) and
The CIA is making sweeping changes to how it operates, in the biggest shake-up in the intelligence agency's 70-year history with a focus on cybersecurity and digital espionage.
Poland has agreed to pay some 230,000 euros in compensation to two men held in a CIA jail on its soil. It comes after the European Court of Human