This is a real thing, people. A. Real. Thing. Real gay. Sweden has a problem: somebody’s sending subs into their waters without permission, and all fingers point to Russia. The neutral Scandinavian country has a vast and resource-rich coastline in… Read More ›
Month: May 2015
Oh, if it goes anything like Canada, sooner or later they’ll get rid of all the scientists on insurrection charges or something.
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… Read More ›
DⒶʀKᙡiNɢ ಠ_ರೃ , a Swede associated with Anonymous, has claimed a new, and rather relentless, hack of the US National Security Agency’s email server. Nothing so mundane as username/password combinations, the Pastebin of the hack lists the methodology and blow-by-blow… Read More ›
Silicon Valley’s ‘Startup Castle’ is looking for roommates, and the requirements are completely bonkers
Aren’t these the same recruiting standards as a lot of cults?
Santa Muerte: Saint Death. Her titles are myriad:Lady Sebastienne, Lady of the Shadows, Lady of the Night, Lady of the Seven Powers, White Girl, Skinny Lady, Our Lady of the Holy Death. To her, you make offerings of cigarettes. The… Read More ›
The days of the private detective are numbered, it would seem. But what about the people in open relationships? Is the app sophisticated enough to distinguish between committment and exclusivity or, like Plenty Of Fish, does it want to boot… Read More ›
Come on, Senate. I hate you, I don’t trust you, but I KNOW you want to get re-elected, so pass the damn thing already. Note the EFF withdrew support for the Act, saying it’s flawed and unnecessary, since a recent… Read More ›
Can we even imagine a Puritan-free DEA policy? Possible changes ahead in the org chart mean potentially huge changes in society, as MDMA and THC may soon become more available by prescription and possibly without. THEN what happens to the… Read More ›
Originally posted on LibertasIntel:
Last week, one of the biggest names in military-intelligence contracting, SAIC (Science Applications International Corporation) acquired “the biggest [military-intelligence] company you’ve never heard of,” Scitor, for $790 million. That quote about Scitor was told by a…
JEREMY HAMMOND – the original enforcer Before Snowden, before the mainstreaming of Hacktivism, and before most of us even knew what private intelligence contractors where up to, one brave activist stepped up and blew the lid off a story so big it actually… Read More ›