It’s mid-week and so far an interesting one indeed. While the usual “Company X’s database got spewed all over Pastebin” news seems to have calmed down a bit, giving the news cycle time to concentrate more on Nimoy memorabilia, politicians’… Read More ›
Month: March 2015
In case you’re wondering why this is such a big deal, it’s the difference between a private individual’s right to privacy and a government employee’s right to keep their work a secret. It’s CLEARLY an attempt to circumvent disclosure law…. Read More ›
Say it with me, people: PAY CASH. And never give out your real phone number, name, or address on those loyalty programs.
In reporting the case of American prisoner Matthew Paul DeHart, it’s rare to encounter good news, but today is that rare day. One day after DeHart’s extradition from Canada, the country where he had sought asylum as a political refugee,… Read More ›
Welcome to Tuesday. It’ll be Tuesday all day, kittens. Sorry about that. Here are the best news links on the web to make the sheer Tuesdayness go down easier. Patriot or Traitor: Edward Joseph Snowden (PatriotOrTraitor) European Cyber Police Shuts Down… Read More ›
Two Short Reads: A Feminist Review of the ISIS Female Recruitment Manual; and The Parade With The Drums from Anonymous Publications
This week, we’re going to look at two short but very different reads. The first one under discussion is a new Islamic State recruitment manifesto, translated in late February by the Quillam Foundation. This manifesto is aimed at Arabic women… Read More ›