will someone tell these amateur journalists that if you get Sabu in the tub you are supposed to throw the radio in when white rabbit peaks? — Kim Jung-Dot Com (@JahbaHimself) March 15, 2015 When the hate-click train comes in,… Read More ›
Month: March 2015
FBI vs Lauri Love, Round Whatever Number It Is Now: FBI Loses Face on Google
So, yes, if you Google British activist Lauri Love’s name, you find the FBI press release relating to his US criminal charges. If you happen to be running Avast anti-virus software, you will also see a warning from Avast that… Read More ›
Numbers: The News
“The dwarfs found out how to turn lead into gold by doing it the hard way. The difference between that and the easy way is that the hard way works.” – Terry Pratchett It’s hard to get the news from blogs,… Read More ›
Tories under fire over military report on Cpl. Stuart Langridge’s suicide
Military suicides are a matter that should be discussed in public. There is no legitimate security reason to keep them secret.
Fighting against the exploiters
Originally posted on Warrior Publications:
Maroussia McRae (left) and Bridget Perrier spoke about their experiences at a public awareness forum Thursday. Photo by Mike Deal. Take away demand for what they’re selling, survivors tell forum By Carol Sanders, Winnipeg Free…
Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for Friday, March 13
TGIF, kittens! It’s Friday the 13th again, so insert gratuitous bad luck joke here. While we’re waiting for you to chuckle at our randomly inserted topical witticism, we’ll give you the top news links to carry you through the weekend…. Read More ›
Tweets of the Day: WikiLeaks vs WikiLeaksForum
Presented without comment. Except this. .@Twitter says they will suspend @WikiLeaks account today unless we remove photo of this German conman/informer: https://t.co/sjwkPqBdos — WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) March 11, 2015 vs Please help Mark Goeder-Tarant in his goal to have his image… Read More ›
#Redhack Strikes Back at Police on the Anniversary of the Death of Berkin Elvan
You send your teenager down to the store for a few mundane essentials. He never comes home again. Shot in the head by police with a “non-lethal” tear gas canister, your son lies in a coma for 269 days, his… Read More ›
Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for March 12
Welcome to Thursday, or as we like to call it at Global Cryptosphere HQ, “Weekend’s Eve.” Actually that sounds like a feminine hygiene product for use by perimenopausal carnies, doesn’t it? Yeah, forget I said anything at all. Here are some… Read More ›
Reprints: #FuckSabu and Here’s Why
This is a reprint from my personal blog from two years ago. If you’ve been following the #OpDDD story so far, you’ll know why it’s a timely read. At the time it was written, we didn’t yet know that the… Read More ›
Ferguson’s predatory police are not the only ones
More on the backstory and sociopolitical environment which led up to the events in Ferguson and around the nation. I mean, can you even keep up any more?
Retired corrections officer shoots, kills man in New York City subway station
You’d think once they retired they’d stop, eh?
Wikimedia joins forces with others to sue NSA, DOJ over mass surveillance
More details on the pile-on at the NSA and DOJ. While they’re at it, they can stop their interns from vindictively editing their wikipedia pages in their spare time.
Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for March 11
Oh man, I’d hang out at cafes a lot more if I could get Absinthe there. I don’t even like Absinthe, I just like the idea I could get it if I wanted to. If what I really wanted was… Read More ›
#Anonymous vs #DailyDot: Day 2 of #OpDDD
It’s Day Two of #OpDestroyDailyDot or #OpDDD for short. Can we call you #OpDDD? We feel like we’re getting to know you a lot better. You can call us “The.” To recap, if you missed our exhaustive article from yesterday: news… Read More ›