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Renowned leaker of Apple information and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently issued a new research report to investors, saying they should anticipate the launch of a less expensive MacBook Air device this 2018.
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Chief justice LHC Justice Mansoor Ali Shah on Monday took up for hearing a petition filed by former law Minister Babar Awan whereby he had challenged the move for keeping secret the investigation against leakers of national security meeting report.
The law stipulates a fine of no less than EGP 20,000 and no more than EGP 50,000 for leakers, and/or jail time of no less than a year.
1) At the same time, the administration has prosecuted more leakers of classified information than all previous administrations combined.
Intelligence officials have long wanted a computerized system that could monitor employees, in part to foil leakers, like former National Security Agency analyst Edward Snowden, whose revelations bared massive U.
Now the Shura Council has passed a government drafted law to prevent leaks by invoking stiff penalties and lengthy jail sentences for not only leakers, but also for the recipients of such material, if it is either Top Secret or secret.
Washington - A National Security Agency (NSA) official said in an interview released Friday that he would be open to cutting an amnesty deal with intelligence leaker Edward Snowden if he agreed to stop divulging secret documents.
A member of the senior MPs' committee which runs the Commons has claimed that the Telegraph appeared to have obtained the details from a leaker.
Alcan's self-manufactured bags feature improved shrink and puncture resistance for outstanding performance and fewer leakers.
To combat the leakers, the embassy has become a total surveillance zone in which State Department Security, referred to as DS, routinely monitors the phone calls of diplomats and other employees and also screens all Internet communications, even those that are used exclusively for personal mail.
However, individual metalcasting studies have discovered that several manufacturing issues exist with Cu-Bi alloys: cracking, leakers, and lower ductility and tensile strength.