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Opinion: Will Trump be held accountable -- this time?

It looks like former President Donald Trump was willing to go even further than we knew in his war against leaks. According to the New York Times, prosecutors in the Justice Department obtained, via subpoena from Apple, information from the accounts of at least two members of the House Intelligence Committee--Representatives Adam Schiff of California and Eric Swalwell of California-- and also looked into the metadata of their aides and family members (including at least one minor).
Tags: Apple, News, California, New York Times, Stories, House Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump, Justice Department, Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell


Apple says it didn't share pictures or emails from lawmakers' phones with Trump DOJ under subpoenas seeking to unmask leakers

President Donald Trump meets with members of his American Technology Council, including Apple CEO Tim Cook, on June 19, 2017 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Apple revealed new details about the Trump DOJ's subpoena targeting House Intel Committee lawmakers. It told TechCrunch the subpoena included a gag order and "no information" on the DOJ's inquiry. Apple said it gave "account subscriber information" and no content, "such as emails or pictures." See more stories ...
Tags: Apple, Politics, News, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, Russia, Trends, House, New York Times, Tim Cook, The Times, Department Of Justice, Biden, Times, House Intelligence Committee


Trump Justice Department Subpoenaed Apple for Data From House Intelligence Committee Democrats

Prosecutors in the Trump administration Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for data from the accounts of House Intelligence Committee Democrats -- including Chairman Adam Schiff -- along with their staff and family members as part of a leak investigation, an Intelligence Committee official and a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CNN. From a report: Rep. Eric Swalwell of California, another Democrat on the committee, told CNN's Don Lemon on Thursday evening that he was notified that h...
Tags: Apple, California, Russia, Tech, Cnn, Fbi, New York Times, Don Lemon, House Intelligence Committee, Justice Department, James Comey, Trump, Adam Schiff, Schiff, Intelligence Committee, Eric Swalwell


Trump Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for data from House Intelligence Committee Democrats, sources say

By Manu Raju, Evan Perez, Katie Bo Williams and Paul LeBlanc | CNN Prosecutors in the Trump administration Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for data from the accounts of House Intelligence Committee Democrats — including Chairman Adam Schiff — along with their staff and family members as part of a leak investigation, an Intelligence Committee official and a source familiar with the matter confirmed to CNN. Rep. Eric Swalwell of California, another Democrat on the committee, told CNN’s Don Le...
Tags: Apple, Florida, UK, California, Washington Post, Senate, Russia, Sport, Cnn, Fbi, Soccer, Tennessee, House, New York Times, New Jersey, Marco Rubio


10 Things in Politics: Manchin is the VIP for Biden's agenda

Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics. Sign up here to receive this newsletter. Send tips to [email protected] or tweet me at @BrentGriffiths.Here's what we're talking about:Progressives are peeved at Joe Manchin while West Virginia basks in Biden's loveBiden is said to have ordered a scathing private rebuke of the UK before the G7Bill Gates' farmland reportedly grows potatoes for McDonald's friesOne thing to watch for: President Joe Biden will attend the first day of th...
Tags: Apple, Europe, Florida, UK, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Congress, California, Washington, Senate, White House, Politico, US, America, West Virginia, Trends


Trump's Justice Department targeted Democrats in Congress in search for source of leaks related to the Russia investigation, New York Times reports

Rep. Adam Schiff chairs the House intelligence committee. Saul Loeb/Getty Images Trump's Justice Department seized records from Apple that belonged to Democrats in Congress. Members of the House Intel Committee, including Rep. Adam Schiff, were targeted, along with their families and staffers. The DOJ was looking for the source of leaks regarding the Russia investigation. See more stories on Insider's business page. While searching for the source of leaked intelligence regarding th...
Tags: Apple, Politics, Congress, California, Russia, Trends, Cnn, House, New York Times, The Times, Nancy Pelosi, Department Of Justice, Times, House Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump, Doj


Trump Administration Subpoenaed Apple for Data on Two House Intelligence Committee Democrats

When investigating leaks of classified information during the early days of the Trump Administration, the United States Justice Department subpoenaed Apple for metadata from the accounts of at least two Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee, reports The New York Times. Apple was also required to provide data from their aides and family members, with the DoJ requesting the records of at least a dozen people tied to the committee in 2017 and early 2018, including a minor. One of the Dem...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Rumors, Biden, House Intelligence Committee, Justice Department, Adam Schiff, New York Times Apple, The New York Times This


Hunting Leaks, Trump Officials Seized Records of Democrats

The Justice Department seized records from Apple for metadata of House Intelligence Committee members, their aides and family members.
Tags: Apple, House Intelligence Committee, Justice Department


Decrypted: How bad was the US Capitol breach for cybersecurity?

It’s the image that’s been seen around the world. One of hundreds of pro-Trump supporters in the private office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi after storming the Capitol and breaching security in protest of the certification of the election results for President-elect Joe Biden. Police were overrun (when they weren’t posing for selfies) and some lawmakers’ offices were trashed and looted. As politicians and their staffs were told to evacuate or shelter in place, one photo of a congressional compu...
Tags: Security, Congress, Washington, Government, US, Tech, Joe Biden, Policy, House, National Security, Fireeye, Nancy Pelosi, House Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump, Usc, Data Security


Republicans Blow Off Intelligence Hearing on Election Security With Top Silicon Valley Officials

Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee were a no-show as top officials from Facebook, Google, and Twitter testified and answered questions about their companies’ efforts to safeguard voters from the spread of disinformation concerning the 2020 presidential election.Read more...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Twitter, Science, House Intelligence Committee, Facebook Google, Devin Nunes, Top Silicon Valley, Intel Committee, Election Security


TSMC reportedly stops taking orders from Huawei after new U.S. export controls

Taiwanese Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract semiconductor maker, has stopped taking new orders from Huawei Technologies, one of its largest customers, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. The report said the decision was made to comply with new United States export controls , announced last Friday, that are meant to make it more difficult for Huawei to obtain chips produced using U.S. technology, including manufacturing equipment. Orders taken before the ban or al...
Tags: TC, Asia, White House, US, Tech, Intel, United States, Arizona, House Intelligence Committee, Huawei, TSMC, Wall Street Journal, Trump, Semiconductors, Nikkei Asian Review, Commerce Department


Top infectious disease expert open to a 14-day ‘national shutdown’ to slow coronavirus spread

By HOPE YEN and AAMER MADHANI WASHINGTON (AP) — The government’s top infectious disease expert said Sunday he would like to see aggressive measures such as a 14-day national shutdown that would require Americans to hunker down even more to help slow spread of the coronavirus. Still, Dr. Anthony Fauc i said travel restrictions within the United States, such as to and from hard-hit Washington state and California, probably will not be needed anytime soon. Fauci, the public face of the administrati...
Tags: Google, Europe, Florida, News, Nbc, Abc, California, Washington, Senate, White House, Boston, America, Los Angeles, Spain, Sport, Ap


In Extraordinary Move, Judge Brings In Jurors To Blow Up Stone’s Claims Of Misconduct

In a remarkable hearing Tuesday, three members of Roger Stone’s jury were brought in to testify about claims Stone has made about juror misconduct that he said warrants a new trial. Judge Amy Berman Jackson said that she was doing this due to the “unprecedented, unique nature of the situation,” and she explained that she was taking extra precautions to protect them, after President Trump had publicly shown a “spotlight” on the allegations. She questioned specifically the foreperson who Stone has...
Tags: Google, News, Russia, House, House Intelligence Committee, Trump, Tierney Sneed, Democratic Party, Roger Stone, Ginsburg, Stone, Amy Berman Jackson, Mr Stone, Berman Jackson, Robert Bushel, Seth Ginsburg


Trump mad that U.S. intel briefed lawmakers on Russian military attack on 2020 elections

• U.S. intelligence briefed House on Russia to ensure Trump's re-election. • Classified briefing to lawmakers made Trump angry • Trump said Democrats would “weaponize” news of Russian military campaign • Trump was mad DNI Joseph Maguire would let staff appear • That's why Maguire's out, Richard Grenell's in as 'acting' DNI. In Washington last week, U.S. intelligence officials told lawmakers that Russia is carrying out a military-grade attack on the 2020 elections, with the goal of making Americ...
Tags: Post, Business, Politics, Technology, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, California, Washington, White House, Germany, Russia, US, Tech, World news, US news


Parnas’ Disclosure To House Intel Committee Throws Wrench Into Criminal Case

NEW YORK — Tempers flared at a Thursday hearing in the prosecution of Lev Parnas, as an attorney for the former friend of Rudy Giuliani’s was accused of ethical misconduct. The hearing, held in Manhattan federal court, dealt with two issues sparked by Parnas’s ongoing campaign to transfer evidence in his case to the House Intelligence Committee. The first issue came up after Manhattan federal prosecutors tried to block Parnas from transferring his iCloud account, which they had gained access ...
Tags: Apple, New York, News, House, Manhattan, House Intelligence Committee, Rudy Giuliani, Federal Election Commission, Southern District of New York, Blanche, Bondy, Parnas, Paul Oetken, Impeachment, SDNY, Oetken


By tweeting from a SCIF, House lawmakers put national security at risk

If you thought storming into a highly secured government facility with your electronics but without permission was a smart idea, you’d be wrong. But that didn’t stop Rep. Matt Gaetz and close to three-dozen of his Republican colleagues on Wednesday from doing exactly that. Gaetz, a Republican congressman from Florida, proudly announced in his since-deleted tweets: “I led over 30 of my colleagues into the SCIF where Adam Schiff is holding secret impeachment depositions.” At the time, Gaetz was in...
Tags: Florida, Tech, Bloomberg, Ukraine, Washington Dc, House, Republican, House Intelligence Committee, Thompson, Trump, Adam Schiff, Bennie Thompson, Zaid, Schiff, House Homeland Security, White House Congress


Mueller report: Inside the search for answers about Trump's alleged collusion with Russia

On a cloudy day in early November, the last of conservative writer Jerome Corsi's six marathon interviews with the office of special counsel Robert Mueller was about to begin. Sitting in a building in Washington, three prosecutors assigned to his case opened with a lecture.For more than two months, they had been chasing tantalising leads offered by Mr Corsi, an associate of Donald Trump confidant Roger Stone, who had told them that the longtime Republican Party operative sought a back channe...
Tags: Google, Post, New York, Texas, London, News, Supreme Court, Obama, Congress, Washington Post, Washington, White House, Russia, US, Barack Obama, Dnc


As the Congress Turns: In presidential probes, many So Cal reps play starring roles

With Democrats in control of the U.S. House of Representatives, committees are stepping up investigations and oversight of Trump administration practices and policies. Here’s a look at the Southern California reps in position to play the biggest roles in those hearings: Adam Schiff, D-Burbank Role: Chairman, House Intelligence Committee, leading congressional Democrats’ investigation of Russia’s ties to President Trump and his 2016 campaign. Trump has tried accusing Schiff of ethics violations, ...
Tags: Google, Twitter, Justice, Congress, California, White House, Russia, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Gop, Commerce, House, Va, Treasury


Without proof, is Huawei still a national security threat?

It’s Huawei vs. the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and most of Europe and Japan. It’s almost as if the world’s biggest surveillance superpowers don’t want Huawei cell tower and networking router equipment inside critical networks in their countries, amid concerns of the company’s links to the Chinese military. Huawei, they say, could be spying for the Chinese — and that presents a national security risk. But there’s a problem. Years of congressional hearings and “inconclusive” h...
Tags: Security, Europe, Japan, Technology, Australia, China, Russia, Tech, Cisco, Bloomberg, Beijing, Canada, Telecommunications, House, Edward Snowden, Middle East


Without proof, is Huawei really a national security threat?

It’s Huawei vs. the U.S., the U.K., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and most of Europe and Japan. It’s almost as if the world’s biggest surveillance superpowers don’t want Huawei cell tower and networking router equipment inside critical networks in their countries, amid concerns of the company’s links to the Chinese military. Huawei, they say, could be spying for the Chinese — and that presents a national security risk. But there’s a problem. Years of congressional hearings and “inconclusive” h...
Tags: Security, Europe, Japan, Technology, Australia, China, Russia, Tech, Cisco, Bloomberg, Beijing, Canada, Telecommunications, House, Edward Snowden, Middle East


US Pressed Chinese Firms To Show One Example of When They Resisted Request For Data From Chinese Government, But They Have Never Done So: WSJ

The latest in the Huawei saga, which is increasing tension between the U.S. and China. WSJ reports about a remarkable event: Confronted with U.S. accusations of cyber espionage, Chinese companies and government officials often accuse Washington of hypocrisy, pointing to allegations in 2013 by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden that the U.S. had been hacking into key Chinese networks for years. Western officials say systems of checks and balances in their countries allow for companies to challe...
Tags: Washington, Nsa, China, US, Tech, Edward Snowden, House Intelligence Committee, Huawei, U S and China WSJ


A bipartisan pair of senators want more answers from the company accused of selling Apple and Amazon data servers compromised by Chinese spies

Sens. Marco Rubio and Richard Blumenthal sent a letter to Supermicro, the motherboard supplier named in a recent bombshell Bloomberg report on Chinese infiltration. Rubio and Blumenthal requested the company send information regarding microchips allegedly placed onto equipment by Chinese government officials that was then sold to tech giants like Apple and Amazon as well as government contractors. While Apple and Amazon have both strongly denied the report, Rubio and Blumenthal felt the import...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Congress, China, US, America, Trends, Bloomberg, Beijing, United States, Bloomberg Businessweek, House Intelligence Committee, Business Insider, Rubio, Richard Blumenthal, Sen Marco Rubio


Lawmakers say that China's reported use of a microchip to target tech giants like Amazon and Apple shows the 'lengths that Beijing will go to in order to steal' America's secrets

Bloomberg reported Thursday that Chinese officials were able to slip malicious microchips onto motherboards used by the US government and American tech giants, including Apple and Amazon. While the companies strongly denied the report, lawmakers in both the House and Senate said that they were looking closely into the allegations. Lawmakers also told Business Insider that the report is another example of China's sustained campaign to infiltrate the US and steal industrial and political secrets...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Congress, Washington, North Korea, Senate, China, US, America, Trends, Bloomberg, Iran, Beijing, United States, House, New York Times


US lawmakers warn spy chief that ‘deep fakes’ are a national security threat

What once sounded like science fiction is now a reality: creating almost-perfectly faked videos of people saying things they never did. Surprise: now they’re a reality, thanks to modern computing power and the power to instantly share it on the world’s social stage. But US lawmakers are worried that these faked videos could be used by the enemy to harm national security. If you’re unaware, “deep fakes” are digitally manipulated videos — which, using existing footage mixed with artificial intelli...
Tags: Security, Obama, Congress, Russia, US, Tech, United States, House Intelligence Committee, Trump, Dni, BuzzFeed News, Adam Schiff, Dan Coats, CARLOS CURBELO, Curbelo, Stephanie Murphy


Facebook shared data with Chinese telecom Huawei, raising US government security concerns

Concerns around Facebook’s recently revealed data sharing relationship with some device makers just took a turn for the worse. The practice, first revealed over the weekend, is now confirmed to have included relationships with Chinese companies Huawei, Lenovo, Oppo and TCL, according to The New York Times. Given that the U.S. government has longstanding national security concerns over Huawei, Facebook’s newly revealed data deal with the Chinese company has raised some eyebrows in Congress. “Conc...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Congress, Government, US, Tech, Cybersecurity, New York Times, Chinese communist party, Warner, House Intelligence Committee, Huawei, ZTE, Mark Warner, Tcl, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence


US Congressmen Reveal Thousands of Facebook Ads Bought By Russian Trolls

An anonymous reader writes: Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday released about 3,400 Facebook ads purchased by Russian agents around the 2016 presidential election on issues from immigration to gun control, a reminder of the complexity of the manipulation that Facebook is trying to contain ahead of the midterm elections. The ads, which span from mid-2015 to mid-2017, illustrate the extent to which Kremlin-aligned forces sought to stoke social, cultural and political unrest ...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, California, Russia, US, Tech, Ira, Kremlin, House Intelligence Committee, Sen Bernie Sanders, Adam Schiff, Schiff, Robert S Mueller III


What we can learn from the 3,500 Russian Facebook ads meant to stir up U.S. politics

On Thursday, Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee released a massive new trove of Russian government-funded Facebook political ads targeted at American voters. While we’d seen a cross section of the ads before through prior releases from the committee, the breadth of ideological manipulation is on full display across the more than 3,500 newly released ads — and that doesn’t even count still unreleased unpaid content that shared the same divisive aims. Russia sought to weaponize socia...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Politics, Elections, Texas, Beyonce, Privacy, California, Government, Russia, Tech, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, New Orleans, Ferguson Missouri, 2016 Election


House Democrats release more than 3,500 Russian Facebook ads

Democrats from the House Intelligence Committee have released thousands of ads that were run on Facebook by the Russia-based Internet Research Agency. The Democrats they’ve released a total of 3,519 ads today from 2015, 2016 and 2017. This doesn’t include 80,000 pieces of organic content shared on Facebook by the IRA, which the Democrats plan to release later. What remains unclear is the impact that these ads actually had on public opinion, but the Democrats note that they were seen by more...
Tags: Social, Facebook, Advertising Tech, Russia, Tech, Policy, Democrats, House, Ira, House Intelligence Committee, Trump, Internet Research Agency, Adam Schiff, Russian election interference, House Intelligence Committee They


Best Buy Stops Selling Huawei Smartphones

Best Buy, the nation's largest electronics big box retailer, has ceased ordering new smartphones from Huawei and will stop selling its products over the next few weeks. Best Buy didn't provide any details as to why it has severed ties with Huawei, but it may have to do with security concerns involving the Chinese government. CNET reports: The move is a critical blow to Huawei, which is the world's third-largest smartphone vendor behind Apple and Samsung but has struggled to establish any presenc...
Tags: Apple, Nsa, Samsung, Tech, House Intelligence Committee, Huawei, Cnet, FBI CIA


What is going on at the FBI and DOJ?

The people who keep the secrets are keeping secrets from each other. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Tulare, drafted a four-page memo reportedly detailing allegations of wrongdoing at the FBI and Department of Justice in connection with the investigation into whatever it is that Donald Trump is accused of doing with Russia. The Senate Intelligence Committee, chaired by Sen. Richard Burr, R-N.C., wants a copy of that memo. Nunes will not give it to them. He won’t give it to t...
Tags: Google, Opinion, Russia, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Hillary Clinton, United States, House, Department Of Justice, House Intelligence Committee, Donald Trump, Doj, Senate Intelligence Committee, Justice Department, Clinton



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