Thursday, July 28, 2016

Defeat of ISIS Could Send ‘Terrorist Diaspora’ to West, F.B.I. Chief Says

Eventual victory against the Islamic State could well lead to an uptick of terrorist attacks in the West, not a reduction in them, James B. Comey, the director of the F.B.I., said on Wednesday.
“At some point there is going to be a terrorist diaspora out of Syria like we’ve never seen before,” Mr. Comey said at a cybersecurity conference at Fordham University. “Not all of the Islamic State killers are going to die on the battlefield.”

How Uber grew up to become the world's most valuable startup

Experts say the organization appears to have grown more partisan, and more eager to boost impact by pegging releases to events in the news.

 Steven Melendez 07.27.16 1:00 PM

When last week WikiLeaks released tens of thousands of emails believed to have been obtained by Russian hackers from top Democratic National Committee officials, experts say it marked a dramatic change in tactics from how the transparency organization has released data in years past.

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