Phone payments are completely changing Africa, for the better.
Month: December 2014
Cop Beatings of Press Members Spark Letter of Protest to Berkeley Police from Society of Professional Journalists
The Society of Professional Journalists has released a letter sent December 6 by Lila LaHood, president of the North California chapter, to the Mayor and Chief of Police of Berkeley, California. The letter is in response to what the organization… Read More ›
The Dream Leads to Nowhere: The Farcical Use of the #Anonymous Collective’s Imagery to Instill Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt in Corporate Warfare
Cryptospherians, please welcome back Crypto-pal @GonzoPhD, who has offered up this false-flag operation as an instructional example of internet fail. It originally appeared on the Grey Coat Labs blog. Don’t poke the Internet Hate Machine or you’ll have worse problems… Read More ›
Guess they’re giving up on mules, cosmetic surgery addicts, and undergraduates with big debts to pay.
Aboriginal frustrations could lead to ‘coherent’ uprising that would threaten Canada’s economy, author warns
Well, YES. Unlike the US, in Canada First Nations Peoples constitute a large and powerful political bloc which is increasingly radicalized and increasingly willing to exercise its powers. For them, “Canada” is a choice, or is rapidly becoming one. Just… Read More ›
For less than the cost of this big move and policing, they could have just housed everyone.
An interesting, but arguable, infographic coming to us today from the Financial Times. Is Kevin Mitnick really bigger than the guys that hacked Target, Home Depot, Bebe, and virtually every fast food restaurant in the US? I think he’s just… Read More ›
Originally posted on LibertasIntel:
Green modified the radios so he could transmit on the St. Louis County Police Department radio frequency, St. Louis County Police Officer Virgil Avery said in court papers. He used two radios at Tiffin and Harrison…