Okay, so it’s Monday, and that’s never good, but at least you’re not in Syria, right? 22 air strikes and counting. Well, back here where it’s comfy and safe, sometimes too comfy and safe, we can read the news instead of becoming the news: at least as long as the government doesn’t want us, we have the choice. Otherwise your life just goes full Barrett Brown.
Still, it’s never a bad idea to watch your six, and that is why we have all the cyberwar and hacktivism news that IS news in your morning roundup. Make that choice an informed one.
Media Lessons from the Snowden Documents by Glenn Greenwald (TheIntercept)
103 Years Later, Wall Street Turned Out Just As One Man Predicted (ConspiracyScope)
The Tragic Tale of Ezell Ford; Man Shot in the Back by LAPD in “Justified” Shooting (PINAC)
Exclusive: Inside Washington’s Quest to Bring Down Edward Snowden by Jason Leopold (Vice)
Suits and Spooks responds to Sabu blowback with new panel: Anonymous Operations and Techniques revealed by Former CabinCr3w and Anonymous Members (DigitalDao)
Get ready for a facepalm: 90% of credit card readers currently use the same password (Video link, CNN)
I made an untraceable gun in my office and it was easy (Wired)
Here’s what hackers look like…according to stock photos (SadAndUseless)
Text of the “Freedom Act” (Cryptome)
Anonymous Obit: Still Life: For Janet (FifthColumnNews)
There Aren’t More Horrible Back-Room Deals, We’re Just Better at Spotting Them (TorrentFreak)
How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace the Security Freeze (Krebs)
Categories: Anonymous, Cyber, Hackers, Hacktivism, Hector Xavier Monsegur, Interwebbed, News, Sabu, Syria, War
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