Hackers and psyops and malware, oh my! It’s an action-packed news roundup for this hump day, so grab a cup of java/decaf skim latte and get hustling. Here’s all the news you need to know and some that you don’t…. Read More ›
Month: May 2015
Happy Tuesday, kittens! We have a juicy link roundup for you today, thankfully bereft of police shootings, sparser of geopolitics, and richer in hacky hackers hacking Gibsons and DARPAbots and the like. Lucky for you we let our subscription to… Read More ›
Well, if the mother was REALLY interested in protecting her kids, she wouldn’t use a tv in a department store as a babysitter, would she? Vigilante justice gone wrong. A little more attention paid to one’s kids would have prevented… Read More ›
What indeed, kittens, what indeed? I suppose you could try reading the latest cyberwar and hacktivism news. In case your existential crisis was not already deep enough. You can’t defend public libraries and oppose file sharing (Torrentfreak) You can participate… Read More ›
Sometimes my work as a book reviewer has me read things I wouldn’t necessarily pick out from a bookstore shelf. Take Chameleo: A Strange But True Story of Invisible Spies, Heroin Addiction, And Homeland Security for example. The title is curious,… Read More ›
Americans significantly up security on their military bases, for “no specific reason.” Sure, sure.
Well, this is about the best opportunity for citizen journalists of which we’ve ever heard. Getty is validation, the equivalent of having a Harvard diploma stapled to your forehead, and it’s real money. Talented photographers should take note of this.
Originally posted on Citizen Action Monitor:
“Harper’s intentions to remake Canada is based on ideology, not on solid facts or research” No 1328 Posted by fw, May 8, 2015 Amira Elghawaby “[T]he genius in this tome is how carefully the…
I have been That Reporter, who looked into the supposedly-desperately-needed fundraiser and went…waitaminute. I was fifteen minutes away from publishing one “poor X” story when I got a tip that clued me in to something like $40,000 worth of graft…. Read More ›
Originally posted on War Dog 6 Actual: Rumor Control:
Fox News Insider via Some IRS Employees Were Promoted After Failing to Pay Taxes, Audit Finds.
Originally posted on RED POWER MEDIA:
by Jorge Barrera | APTN National News The Idle No More movement was like “bacteria” that spread across the country carrying with it the potential for an outbreak of violence, according to an internal RCMP document…
When does a crime become a moral imperative? And what can we learn from weev, Matt DeHart, Jeremy Hammond, Barrett Brown, Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, and other activists for radical transparency? An important post from the new blog, Hacktivist Culture.