Happy Tuesday, kittens! Things got a little out of hand at Cryptosphere Global HQ last night, but as you can see order has been restored and everything is once again under control. Also, lunch will be provided by the management today for the basement-dwelling serf class who churn out the pixels you consume so voraciously. They’ll be so pleased; it’ll make a change from Doritos and pizza.
Here are some of the links they rustled up from all corners of the interwebs while all decent people were asleep in their beds.
A history of failed US rescue bids (AlJazeera)
Serpico to cops: you’re punks (NYDailyNews)
Creating a monster in solitary (NJ.com)
Attention Helicopter Parents: there are now GPS shoes for kids (Shhh-cretly)
The Internet is Getting Less Free (NewYorker)
No, they shouldn’t (TheRegister)
Is Piracy Theft? (TorrentFreak)
Detecting Alien Planets With Your ‘Run-of-the-Mill’ Digital Camera (SingularityHub)
Norse CTO says he has evidence that Sony cyber attack was ‘inside job’ (StLouisBusinessJournal)
What it’s Like to be Black In the NYPD Right Now (TheMarshallProject)
Stingray warrantless cellphone snooping by cops outed by Anonymous on YouTube with 75,000 views:
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