MI5 Boss Unsurprisingly Completely OK About Mass Surveillance Culture

Sir Andrew Parker, the boss of security agency MI5, has used the dread T-word to defend the UK and US surveillance schemes, claiming that the power to tap into our every bored status update is critical in helping battle the threat of terrorism. So we ought to be grateful, really. Read More >>

OMG! Emails From the 'Director General of Mi5' Asking for Money are Actually Scams!

It's amazing that people still fall for this crap in this day and age, but anyway, it seems that scammers are emailing people pretending to be part of Mi5 and asking for money. Clearly, it's a problem, because pretty much the most prominent thing on the Mi5 website at the moment is a big notice telling people to not send money in reply to these emails. Duh. Read More >>

UK's Spy Agencies Looking for Next-Gen Nerd Trainees to Help Neutralise Rogue Satellites

The UK government's secret and not-so-secret intelligence services are openly advertising for new blood, claiming the next generation of Q operative might get to work with technology they "never even knew existed." Read More >>

UK Being Hit by an "Astonishing" Number of Cyber-Attacks, Says MI5 Boss

The mouse-pushers in charge of our national security have gone on the record about the number of hacks hitting our businesses and systems, with MI5 boss Jonathan Evans painting a bleak picture of the ongoing battle against cyber-attackers. Read More >>

Ex-MI5 Boss Gets Her Laptop Nicked In Heathrow Bringing Terror Cops Running

The woman who reportedly inspired the female "M" we've come to know and love in recent Bond films, has had her laptop pinched while passing through Heathrow, putting counter-terrorism police on alert. Read More >>


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