Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – June 3, 2013

Bradley Manning

US Soldier Faces Trial Over WikiLeaks Disclosures

US Drones Kill Eight AQAP Fighters in Yemen Strike

Task Force to Study Drone Use in Counter Terrorism Operations

NSA Hacking Unit Targets Computers Worldwide

Amid Sequester, US Defense Stocks Still Surge

Photo: Army PCF Bradley Manning and accused WikiLeaks source.


Inside Story Americas: Will the US wage cyber war on its enemies?

At a time when policy makers in Washington are talking about cutting the size of the US military, the department of defence has signalled it is to dramatically increase the size of its Cyber Command over the next few years. Proponents of the plan argue it is a prudent response to the changing nature of 21st century warfare. They argue that in recent years cyber attacks at the behest of governments have increased in frequency and ferocity.

Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – November 26, 2012

Supreme Court Rejects Plea to Ban Taping of Police in Illinois

Google Transparency Report Shows Rising Trend of Government Surveillance

As Cyberwarfare Heats Up Allies Turn to US Companies for Expertise

Defense Industry Pins Hopes on SASC Chairman Levin

Defense Industry Cautiously Upbeat on Sequester

Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – November 14, 2012

The Petraeus Legacy: A Paramilitary CIA?

Top U.S. General Is Ensnared in Petraeus Inquiry

Senate May Take Action on Defense Authorization Bill

Obama Signed Secret US Cyber Warfare Strategy

Planned Cyberattacks on US Banks on Hold

Photo: Navy SEALs exit a C-130 Hercules.

Guerrilla Blog Dispatches – November 13, 2012

Obama’s First-Term Track Record on Civil Liberties

Email Location Data Led FBI to Uncover Top Spy’s Affair

Senate Readies for Fight Over Cybersecurity Surveillance

Private Firms Fiercely Compete in Hiring Cyber Experts

Probe Shows Long Arm of Law Can Reach Into Your Inbox