UPI posted a story today on the 190 million users on twitter stating that the NSA has requested the information on less than 1% of Twitter users. So that means they have received information on 1.9 million Twitter accounts. That's a little different than stating 1% huh?
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US to unveil new Cyber Security Agency
The U.S. government is creating a cybersecurity agency that will monitor and share information about threats against the government and private businesses in the wake of high-profile cyberattacks at Sony Pictures, Anthem Inc. and several major retailers.
NCTC director who is now executive vice president at Leidos, a national security contractor.
The Twitter feeds of Newsweek and veterans' group Military Spouses of Strength were hacked Tuesday morning by a group identifying itself as CyberCaliphate, the same organization that was confirmed to have hacked the twitter account for U.S. Central Command earlier this year.
The proposed Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center will fall under the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and it will not be responsible for actually gathering any threat intelligence. Rather, it will serve as an aggregation point for information collected by intelligence agencies and, the Obama administration hopes, private companies.
Please tell me on one hand you are looking to share information and the other hand you are increasing the penalties without excluding research and development? Doesn't make sense to our team.