What indeed, kittens, what indeed? I suppose you could try reading the latest cyberwar and hacktivism news. In case your existential crisis was not already deep enough. You can’t defend public libraries and oppose file sharing (Torrentfreak) You can participate… Read More ›
This article comes to us from returning contributor Nozomi Hayase. It is her second for The Cryptosphere. Six years since the inception of Bitcoin, awareness of this stateless currency has grown exponentially. Even though consumer adoption has barely gotten off… Read More ›
Hacking is thirsty work, kittens, so here’s to the slow, easy downhill jog to the weekend. Today we bring you a deception-focused cyber and crypto news roundup. Your Facebook homies? All Feds. Nonfiction spy memoir? Fiction! That perfectly ordinary London… Read More ›
We have achieved Peak Nerd, kittens. Italian Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti took a selfie aboard the International Space Station in full Star Trek regalia, then tweeted it. There may be coffee in that there Nebula, as she claims, but there’s pure… Read More ›
Happy Easter, kittens! Like Jesus, we shall arise in three days (if we give ourselves the hangover we are expecting tonight). Unlike Jesus, we shall report on hacktivism and cyberwar news when we return. See you Tuesday!
Welcome to the Long Weekend, kittens! While you’re hunting for Easter eggs and quietly digesting chocolate with your family, remember: hackers believe in no gods but themselves. You think some Palestinian or Chinese kid in a cinderblock hut cares that… Read More ›
It’s We The People Wednesday, kittens, and today’s roundup features a whole mess of … mess from the political establishment when it comes to your digital rights. Coffee in hand, tea in Boston Harbour? Excellent, let’s begin. Inside America’s Toughest… Read More ›