Various US government agencies are on social media, with varying degrees of awesomeness or face-palmery. As US government agencies on social media go, relative newcomer the CIA is pretty much the best. Not in terms of giving out actual information:… Read More ›
Month: June 2015
Potemkin Hacking! Tricking hackers into thinking they’ve succeeded, when in reality they’ve been hacked themselves. Interesting idea. It’ll certainly go a long way towards cleaning out the skiddies.
Tinfoil chapeaux donned? Seatbelts fastened? Malwarebytes run? Stimulants ingested? Excellent, you’re fully prepared for hump day. Bite the pillow, kittens: Wednesday goes in dry. Eff You, Axl Rose, by Barrett Brown (TheBarrettBrownReviewOfArtsAndLetters) Kaspersky Lab a victim of Duqu intrusion (HelpNet)… Read More ›
If things keep going as they are, I fear that the author of this week’s book, Fearful Master, is right in predicting a world where simply being Muslim is grounds to imprison you and strip you of your American citizenship. There… Read More ›
Hector Xavier Monsegur, better known as the Anonymous, LulzSec, and AntiSec firebrand turned FBI informant Sabu, is back on Twitter. Many thanks to @danstuckey for getting this account back after 3 years of dormancy. https://t.co/Nwv66yMVTe #IMBAAAAAAACCKKK — Hector X. Monsegur… Read More ›
Hmmmmm, someone tell this to Barrett Brown. “The fact that ordinary people would find such rants threatening isn’t enough to convict people who make violent statements on Facebook and other social media.” Like YouTube, perhaps? Barrett Brown, we remind you,… Read More ›
In the time of the Greeks, philosophy was developed through conversation. Socrates went around Athens talking with people and making them think about their life, their values and their actions. The art of philosophy by dialogue has not been lost… Read More ›