Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for May 15

Cyberpunk Adam and God by John F Stifter via Cyberpunk on Facebook

Cyberpunk Adam and God by John F Stifter via Cyberpunk on Facebook

It’s Friday, kittens, and you know what that means! Your last, meatiest, cyber news roundup of the week, eight hours of highly remunerated Sudoku-playing, and then the weekend begins!

The deadliest countries for journalists. #1 is a shocker! (BattleFace)

The Syrian Electronic Army strikes again: The Washington Post gets hacked and defaced (TechWorm)

Canadian government moves to retroactively consider Omar Khadr an adult offender, gets the smackdown from Supreme Court (CBC)

Designing Marxism 2.0 (Technologist)

A CIA insider’s account of Benghazi (Politico)

Fascinating report of how Twitter deals with online harassment (FastCo)

Hate group forgets to renew domain name, loses it to gay XXX site (Queerty)

The Black Spider Memos of Prince Charles have been released, and it’s bad news for Big Badger! (Celebitchy)

‘We’re Considering Not Lying Anymore, for Real’ — US Gov’t on NSA Spying (CoinTelegraph)

How Blockchain Tech is Inspiring the Art World (CoinDesk)

Top Ten Ways to Spend Bitcoin (CoinTelegraph)

Can you correctly identify phishing emails? (HelpNet)

The VENOM “virtual machine escape” bug – what you need to know (NakedSecurity)

Dodgy spyware company mSpy gets hacked, data of 400,000 users leaked on dark web (Krebs)

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Categories: Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, Cyber, Hackers, Interwebbed, Journalists, Media, News, NSA, Omar Khadr, Syrian Electronic Army

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