What a busy, busy day we’ve had today; if the rest of the week keeps up like this, we’ll have to hire PMC‘s (Private Media Contractors) to get all our articles done! So, so much news today; so, so many words to fill in the excerpt before we get to the actual links.
Oh, and by the way, how do you like the new theme?
What IS cyberterrorism? (Crime-Research)
How to invent a person online (TheAtlantic, which really should be too good for this kind of thing, don’t you think?_
Ecuador bans Bitcoin to strengthen its proprietary cryptocurrency (CryptoCoinNews)
Anonymous: the story behind the mask (Quinn Norton) see also: How Anonymous Masks Are Actually Made (DailyDot)
Navigating the Darkweb (Techdirt)
Find out what your Uber driver is saying about you (Lifehacker)
Playing DOOM on an ATM (Youtube)
Senate investigates CIA retaliation against whistleblowers: someone leaked their emails to the CIA (McClatchyDC)
With Liberty to Monitor All: How Large-Scale US Surveillance is Harming Journalism, Law, and American Democracy (Human Rights Watch)
Watch email phishers live! (OpenPhish)
Play the Pentagon-funded war game that predates Pong (War Is Boring)
And last but not least, if your mission in life is to out federal agents, it’s probably best NOT to give out your PRIVATE encryption key.
PGP fail. Do not publish your private key. Especially if your mission in life is to out CIA agents http://t.co/SKby7Dmy64—
Paul D (@Paulmd199) July 27, 2014
Featured Image of Hackney Anti-Surveillance bots in action by Matt Biddulph on Flickr
Categories: Anonymous, Attack, Bitcoin, CIA, Cryptocurrency, Cyberwar, Dark Web, Hackers, Leaks, Phishing, Politics, Privacy, Spies, Surveillance
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