Journalist Barrett Brown has been released from FCI Seagoville today.
This review of the BBC’s “Cybercrimes” documentary series is by the talented, entertaining, and really, really angry Matthew D. Phelan. Upon re-reading this empassioned screed, our humble scribe re-watched a few episodes, thinking, “It can’t really be as bad as… Read More ›
From Fedbook: And also, never forget: #SaveFreedonia!
OFFICIAL #OpKKK #HoodsOff 2015 Data Release. https://t.co/EQODjs7wpA With Love, Anonymous — Operation KKK (@Operation_KKK) November 5, 2015 Well, it’s finally here: the long-awaited list that Anonymous’s OpKKK has been collating for a year, since the first OpKKK which grew out of OpFerguson, which… Read More ›
That was bullshit. — Matthew Keys (@MatthewKeysLive) October 7, 2015 Matthew Keys’ fate is out of his hands. Possibly for the next several decades. Keys, a self-made meteor who’d rocketed to significant heights in the social media news desk firmament,… Read More ›
No, contrary to a sudden flurry of loosely-sourced articles in the hacker and Muslim press, Hamza Bendelladj aka Bx1, spammer and co-creator of the SpyEye virus, has not been sentenced to death by a US jury. In fact, he hasn’t… Read More ›
WikiLeaks for the win! Thanks to (finally) checking in with our dashboard, we now know that the next time we want to take three days off, we should write about WikiLeaks and Julian Assange just before heading offline, because it… Read More ›
It’s Friday, kittens, and you know what that means! Your last, meatiest, cyber news roundup of the week, eight hours of highly remunerated Sudoku-playing, and then the weekend begins! The deadliest countries for journalists. #1 is a shocker! (BattleFace) The… 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 ›