Arab Spring: for supporters around the world, it marked that glorious season when the peoples of North Africa and the Middle East rose up against oppressive governments to reclaim their human rights. To seventeen-year-old Ali Mohammad Al-Nimr of Saudi Arabia,… Read More ›
Month: September 2015
Remember Richard Nixon’s “It’s not illegal if the President does it!”? Well, the RCMP and OPP and Stephen Harper’s Conservatives have colluded to take it a step farther, making it into law. The money spent on the investigation of deliberate… Read More ›
$26 billion for Canada’s new, semi-recycled warship. Can you tell it’s an election year?
The Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg aka anakata is now free. As of Saturday, September 26, 2015, his long legal tug-of-war with the governments of Sweden, Denmark, the US, and Cambodia has (at least temporarily) come to an end…. Read More ›
Originally posted on Anonymous Calgary:
A secret letter leaked by WikiLeaks on Wednesday reveals that the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) and Canada Post could be sold under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, being negotiated by Canada and 11 other countries this week…
Battle Angel Alita is a 1993 cyberpunk anime film with a persistent, eloquent presence on “Most Underrated” lists. It’s due for a James Cameron-directed live action update next year, and we at Cryptosphere Global HQ sincerely join hands and bow… Read More ›
Jon Cowden, whom we dubbed “The Forgotten Anon,” was released Monday from his recent incarceration, which followed his arrest for parole violations, charges Cowden disputed. Cowden previously served 13 months for participation in Anonymous’ OpPalestine, OpGaza, and OpIsrael. Once back… Read More ›
Originally posted on Global News:
The Ministry of Justice has issued a public notification that Kayla Bourque, a high-risk offender known for killing two family pets, has been released from custody and plans to live in New Westminster. “The Ministry…
We have an update to our earlier story about the worldwide Facebook outages September 23/24 called #FacebookDown. That attack was attributed to unnamed and as-yet-unidentified hacktivists by Pirate Party activist and Cryptosphere contributor Raymond Johansen, and to an unheard-of collective… Read More ›
Shades of the Unknown Comic! And THIS, ladies and gentlemen, is how it is DONE! Reblogged from Fusion. Here’s your pull quote: The country’s Chief Justice, Georgina Wood, is investigating the charges of bribery against the 34 judges, and despite… Read More ›
Some good news from ascendant West Coast First Nations.
The barricades are down but the politics have hardened Source: A Year After Hong Kong’s Umbrella Revolution, Barricades Are Down But Politics Have Hardened Anonymous in Asia is very busy behind the scenes, in the midst of a new crackdown by… Read More ›