Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for April 2

Void where prohibited by law by Chuck Coker on Flickr

Void where prohibited by law by Chuck Coker on Flickr

It’s We The People Wednesday, kittens, and today’s roundup features a whole mess of … mess from the political establishment when it comes to your digital rights. Coffee in hand, tea in Boston Harbour? Excellent, let’s begin.

Inside America’s Toughest Federal Prison (NYT)

Leaked TPP Investment Chapter Reveals Serious Threat to User Safeguards (EFF)

Life Of A 9-Year-Old CEO & Game Developer (AnonHQ)

CERN wins April Fools Day (CERN)

Barack Obama’s ghostwriter takes to Medium to threaten you (Medium)

Or, to put it another way: Executive Order — “Blocking the Property of Certain Persons Engaging in Significant Malicious Cyber-Enabled Activities” (WhiteHouse)

The U.S. Is Going to War Tomorrow at This Fancy Pacific Beach Resort (PhaseZero)

A Competition to Anticipate Cyber Attacks (USChambersOfCommerce)

New Firefox version says “might as well” to encrypting all Web traffic (ArsTechnica)

‘Revolution’ Crimeware & EMV Replay Attacks (Krebs)

Welcome to Shareware CD Archive (InternetArchive)

Online hacker selling access to thousands of accounts on the dark web (PCTech)

Here’s how US drones are snooping on Latin America (WarIsBoring)

Czech Police Seize $345,000 Property Linked to Bitcoin Hack (CoinDesk)

State legislatures seek to exempt police body camera footage from open records laws (ReportersCommittee)

New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez indicted on corruption charges (Vox)

Categories: Activism, Anonymous, Bitcoin, Crime, Cyber, Hackers, Hacktivism, Media, News, Politics

1 reply

  1. Explosive stuff. Yeah…evil everywhere. Oh well.


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