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Canadian accused of trying to pass shipbuilding secrets to China

Loose lips may sink ships, but being accused of allegedly passing information of a sensitive nature involving procurement and design of ships and other projects to foreign governments is very serious.
In the Media by Karen Graham

Did the PostSecret website publish a Chicago murder confession?

PostSecret, the community art project where people share their secrets by anonymously mailing them on homemade postcards, published on their site this week an alleged murder confession. Social media is buzzing to decry this morbid post.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 3 comments

Researchers say Facebook 'Likes' can reveal your secrets

Researchers say that clicking "like" buttons across the web may be doing more than simply marking you down as a fan of something. Researchers say it may out you as gay, reveal how you vote or suggest that you have a weakness for nicotine.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Assange: WikiLeaks has more US secrets to reveal (video)

London - Julian Assange told the media on Tuesday that WikiLeaks still has some unreleased US government classified documents, but that they will not release them while US Army Private Bradley Manning has a life sentence hanging over his head. (Video update).
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 9 comments

Sarah Polley shares her family secrets in film 'Stories We Tell'

Venice - Canadian actor/director Sarah Polley explores her own family history in her new film, "Stories We Tell," including the painful revelation that she is the product of an affair.
In the Media by Darren Weir - 2 comments

Video: Girl paints portrait using ring formed under a coffee cup

Shanghai - Red is back. She has put away her basketball and grabbed a coffee cup to create her latest work of art, which features a portrait of singer Jay Chou, created entirely from the rings formed under a cup of hot coffee on an artist's canvas.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 7 comments

Nuclear submarine secrets accidentally revealed online

A mistake by the UK Ministry of Defence resulted in information they had planned to keep secret being made available on the Internet.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin

Wikileaks founder to release encrypted files if arrested

As an insurance against the possibility of arrest by any number of governments, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has promised to release encrypted files on additional government and private sector secrets.
In the Media by Michael Krebs - 10 comments

US alerts Israeli government on pending Wikileaks release

After a promise from Wikileaks that a pending release of confidential documents will be 'seven times' the size of the Iraq war papers, the US alerted the Israeli government of likely embarrassments.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Experts cracks a few secrets from da Vinci's paintings

French scientists claim that they now understand some of the secrets of da Vinci's paintings by analyzing seven of his paintings housed at the Louvre museum, Paris.
In the Media by Jason Smith - 1 comment
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