The World Health Organization has called the ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa as “one of the most challenging” health workers have ever encountered.
The last few weeks have offered the strongest indications yet that nation-states are using customized software to exploit security flaws on personal computers and consumer Internet services to spy on their users. The countries suspected include the United States, Israel, and China. Journalists should pay attention–not only because this is a growing story, but because if anyone is a vulnerable target, it’s reporters. Read more by Danny O’Brien, CPJ Internet Advocacy Coordinator.