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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Sirius Corp Makes Public Offer

The Sirius Corporation has publicly offered to work with engineer Ram Tah in the development of further Guardian-human technology. Li Yong-Rui, the corporation’s chief executive officer, made this statement: “Ram Tah’s research into the Guardians is of central importance to humanity’s future, and I would

Mars Tribune Refutes Allegations

As the Federal Security Service continues its investigation into The Mars Tribune for illegally obtaining the private information of Federal citizens, the newsfeed’s parent company, the Cordova Group, has filed a formal complaint. The FSS has established that the administration robots of dozens of public

The Collective

Technology journalist Harlow Nassry has published an article in The Federal Times regarding a mysterious criminal group known only as ‘the Collective’: “Several recent digital crimes, including the theft of a billion credits from Zachary Rackham, have now been attributed to the Collective. Security forces

Week in Review

Here are this week’s major stories. Gibson Kincaid has been announced as the winner of the Alliance presidential election, and will continue serving as president of the Alliance. Kincaid obtained a small majority of the public vote, defeating Councillor Elijah Beck. Prime Minister Edmund Mahon

Mars Tribune Linked to Spy Robots

The Federal Security Service has targeted The Mars Tribune as part of its investigation into robots carrying concealed surveillance programs. Lieutenant Inspector Ramesh Thorne made this statement: “The personal robots of former congressman Morgan Unwin and actor Tomas Turai were found to contain surveillance programs.

Raid on Phoenix Base

An attempt by armed intruders to access Phoenix Base in the Meene system has been foiled. The base is the home of engineer Ram Tah. Security Chief Harper Vargas gave this report: “Defensive systems alerted us to a small group of intruders who had breached

Spy Robot Investigation Redirected

The Federal Security Service has abruptly terminated its investigation of The Mars Tribune regarding personal administration robots fitted with hidden surveillance programs. Although interviews with Tribune employees were underway, it has been alleged that a senior figure in the FSS ordered the task force to

Week in Review

Here are this week’s major stories. The investigation into the death of Alliance presidential candidate Fazia Silva has concluded with no convictions. Alliance Interpol confirmed that Silva’s death was a homicide, but said that all avenues of investigation had been exhausted. Tashmira Silva has now

Ram Tah Rejects Sirius Corp

The engineer Ram Tah has rejected an offer from the Sirius Corporation to support the manufacture of Guardian-human technology. In a public statement, he said: “These technologies, developed using principles discovered by the Guardians, are too important to become corporate products. I have no doubt

Conflict in Geras

Recent reports from the Geras system indicate that after a spate of reciprocal attacks, hostilities between Geras First and Ndozins State Inc have escalated into all-out war. According to Donal Varden, an independent journalist: “For several months we’ve seen these factions sniping at one another