I’m 90% sure that GIF conversation was transcribed verbatim.
We’re very fond of Bjork chez Cryptosphere, because reasons, and so our Monday cyberwar and hacktivism news links for today are dedicated to her unique brand of “crazy-like-an-arctic-fox.” Indeed, are we not all many people inside our minds? Ha ha ha ha!
Bitcoin Startup Cleared of Breaching Securities Law (Coindesk) Ah, Bitcoin mania. I remember you.
Matt DeHart, Amerithrax, and the CIA: a jailhouse interview (MediaRoots) This interview is an Alarm Call to us all.
Denver police arrest 10 activists for building free housing for the homeless in public park (RawStory) They’d better move to a Hidden Place.
Russian Ships Near Data Cables Are Too Close for U.S. Comfort (NYT) which is ironic, because twenty years ago it was the other way around. Submarine drama.
TalkTalk CEO admits security fail, says hacker emailed ransom demand (TheRegister) Will they tell the blackmailer to Sod Off?
Court prohibits lawsuit against FBI for alleged abuse (TheHill) and also… Judge dismisses Wikimedia lawsuit over NSA surveillance (Reuters) Ask courts about your right to privacy and suddenly It’s Oh So Quiet.
Russia’s MinFin Wants to Jail Bitcoin Users for 4 Years (CoinTelegraph) Will they get 5 Years?
Pharma Agent Buying Drugs from Darknet for Testing (DeepDotWeb) How much for Oxygen?
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