Lawsuit reveals extent of Ethiopian hacking amid Obama visit






By Jack Gillum | AP WASHINGTON — As President Barack Obama faces pressure to discuss human rights in his first official visit to Ethiopia this weekend, a unique lawsuit back home is challenging whether the African country can spy on Read More …






Ethiopia spying case casts spotlight on cyber surveillance in US






Lawsuit alleges that Addis Ababa used private technology to monitor Internet communications of dissident-linked American By Jenifer Fenton A first-of-its kind lawsuit that resumes in a U.S. District Court on Tuesday has drawn attention to the private surveillance-technology industry as Read More …






What it took for Ethiopia to lose access to hacking tools it used against journalists in the U.S.






By Andrea Peterson   Now we know what it takes to get your hacking tools taken away if you’re a repressive government. It’s not enough to get caught spying on U.S.-based journalists — or even to have the story plastered on Read More …






15 free Online Courses That Are Actually Worth Your Time






By MAX NISEN Business Insider: Online courses, and massively open online courses (MOOCs) in particular, are quickly moving from a novelty to the mainstream.Leading colleges, graduate schools, and companies are investing significant resources into free education. There are now hundreds of free Read More …