Aha! We knew he was working for someone!
Well, kittens, now that we’ve cracked that case, let’s turn our eyes to other outrages and crimes against humanity, by which we mean everything from Assange’s Santa beard on down.
Eggnog in hand? Butt in chair? Excellent! Let’s begin.
The Creepy, Kitschy and Geeky Patches of US Spy Satellite Launches (SmithsonianMag)
Corporate blog posts, the stakes have been raised (TechCrunch)
So, I raised a Bigfoot (CryptozoologyNews)
Skype translator is live (TheVerge)
The latest twist in the bizarre prosecution of Barrett Brown (TheIntercept)
#AskACop if this was a good idea (PoliticusUSA)
Privacy advocates unmask Twitter troll (Guardian)
Canadian ISP decreases internet speeds by 40% (OpenMedia)
Barrett Brown case smacks of oppression (DallasNews)
Barrett Brown’s first communique from prison (Pastebin)
The Pirate Bay’s Facebook page is TANGODOWN (TorrentFreak)
ICANN get hacked, apparently (TechWorm)
NYPD sued over LRAD deployment on marchers (Cryptome)
How self-tracking apps exclude 50% of the population (TheAtlantic)
The Underwear Bomber was working for the CIA (Guardian)
Witness 40: Exposing a fraud in Ferguson (TheSmokingGun)
Ars Technica Vita Brevis (TheVerge)
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