Security

China White Paper Claims Ownership of Islands Under Japanese Control: Claims the U.S. decision to hand them over to Japan was a “backroom deal” and a “grave violation of China’s territorial sovereignty.”

Sep. 25, 2012 – 02:41PM By Wendell Minnick TAIPEI — The Chinese State Council Information Office has issued a white paper about the Diaoyu/Senkaku Islands dispute with Japan. The paper, released Sept. 25, is available in English on the People’s… Read More ›

China carrier a show of force as Japan tension festers:”China will never tolerate any bilateral actions by Japan that harm Chinese territorial sovereignty,” Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Zhijun said on Tuesday. “

 China’s first aircraft carrier, which was renovated from an old aircraft carrier that China bought from Ukraine in 1998, is seen docked at Dalian Port, in Dalian, Liaoning province in this September 22, 2012 file photo. China’s first aircraft carrier,… Read More ›

Facebook has been flooded with complaints from users who say some of their old private messages have been re-published publicly on the social network.

Even though not validated yet Facebook denies the claim https://engineeringevil.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=3008&action=edit&message=6 Facebook flooded with complaints after messages ‘bug’ Some Facebook users said that messages they had sent privately on the social network between 2007 and 2009 were being republished into their public… Read More ›

U.S. Government wreckless use of TrapWire May have Compromised highly sensitive private information on Millions of Citizens

*Engineering Evil: Article Needs 2nd Source Confirmation   Secretive TrapWire company’s affiliations revealed Published: 20 September, 2012, 02:27 Edited: 20 September, 2012, 06:34 Just discovered documentation concerning the TrapWire secret surveillance system suggests that the San Diego-based Cubic Corporation did… Read More ›

Revolutionary life saving Palantir software denied to the 3rd Infantry Division because of Red tape. Even though the company offered its technology on a cost-free basis

Army Investigating 3rd Infantry Division’s Acquisition of Controversial Intel Software Sep. 20, 2012 – 06:16AM   | By PAUL MCLEARY An Aug. 16 email from the Army’s acting assistant secretary for acquisition, Heidi Shyu, demanded “immediate corrective action” after she discovered… Read More ›