Interwebbed: Crypto and Cyber Headlines for Today

Bridge Cables

Bridge Cables

Well kittens, yesterday we went pretty heavy on Anonymous and #OpFerguson, so today unless something goes sideways we’ll give Fawkes and his folks some space and look at the rest of the interwebs for our news.

Security for Journalists, Part One: The Basics (OpenNews)

Creditor Extension Delays Mt. Gox Investigation by 6 Months (Coindesk)

U.S. Underestimated Urgency of Islamic State Threat in Iraq (WSJ)

Rally for imprisoned Anon Matt DeHart in Toronto August 16 (FreeAnons)

Internet hiccups today? You’re not alone. Here’s why (ZDNet)

Tenn. Firm Sues Bank Over $327K Cyberheist (Krebs)

Chelsea Manning’s lawyers threaten to sue over gender identity treatment (Guardian)

U.S. Actions in Iraq Fueled Rise of a Rebel (NYT)

Marine staff NCO behind hilarious Craigslist barracks post (MarineTimes) Part One is Here

Whitepaper: History of cryptography (HelpNetSecurity)



Featured Image: Bridge Cables by Mor on Flickr

Categories: Anonymous, Bitcoin, Bradley Manning, Chelsea Manning, Crypto, Cryptocurrency, Encryption, Iraq, Journalists, Markets, Matt DeHart, News, OpSec

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