Did you get offline long enough to see the SuperBloodMoonClipse last night? Did you at least Instagram it? We didn’t: we were inside swearing at our crashy compy and at all the stories that broke over the weekend, once again causing us to ponder working through the weekend and making Wednesday and Thursday our official days off.
I know, “days off.” Right? I kill myself sometimes.
Here’s what you missed while you were lollygagging out there IRL all weekend like a human with an actual life.
But we’re not bitter…
Oh, ship! The Reshipping Dodge: With Stolen Cards, Fraudsters Shop to Drop (Krebs)
Project Gryffin aims to scan a million web pages. That should just about cover my Flickr account (TheRegister)
Archbishop arrested: turns out real estate fraud is only a metaphorical, not an actual, religion (FBI)
RIP Bill Acker, 1953-2015, phone phreak supreme (TheHistoryOfPhonePhreaking)
Profiled: From Radio to Porn, British Spies Track Web Users’ Online Identities (TheIntercept)
My Plan, and Why You Don’t Want it: Electing Lawrence Lessig by Quinn Norton (Medium)
What could possibly go wrong? Saudi Arabia came close to buying Hacking Team (ITWorld)
Former WikiLeaks volunteer “Siggi the hacker” sentenced to prison for sexually violating teenage boys (Again) (Icelandmag)
This is a real thing: ‘Ginger Supremacist’ Convicted for Plot to Make Prince Harry King (DailyBeast)
Fundraiser o’ the Day: Grace Vardy 4 Cops for Cancer (GoFundMe)
About That “Crime Wave” (Jacobin)
Categories: Activism, Crime, Cyber, FBI, Fraud, Hackers, Interwebbed, News, Police, Politics, Security, Surveillance
Well, tell us what you think!