We will be very surprised if this editorial, from lawyer Irina Tsukerman, does not cause kerfuffles a-plenty. Not every whistleblower is a whistleblower, and not every action which inconveniences those in power is worthy of worship. Pull up a chair,… Read More ›
This 22-minute video from Ben Makuch and the team at Viceland delves into the origin of Anonymous and their evolution from an amoral lulz-based prank collective to a “moralfagging,” weaponized activist hive. Featuring interviews with former LulzSec members Mustafa Al-Bassam… Read More ›
The recent sexual assault and bullying allegations against Jacob Applebaum, formerly of Tor, have caused the digital security community to re-examine itself in the quest to prevent similar situations from arising in the future. In this guest post from McGill… Read More ›
Edward Snowden skyped into Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre for a talk entitled “Big Data, Security, and Human Rights” on April 5, and here it is! We’re a little behind with our Snowden Events coverage, but I blame Simon Fraser University,… Read More ›
Happy Monday, kittens! Today, we’re thinking of the poor MENA-region city of Agrabah, which is completely imaginary, and which 41% of Trump supporters support bombing. We are also thinking of the Marx Brothers’ famously tasty Duck Soup, and of not… Read More ›
From Fedbook: And also, never forget: #SaveFreedonia!
Happy Friday, kittens! It’s been a long, trolly week with approximately 500 notifications a day here at Cryptosphere Global HQ thanks to raincoaster’s story about hacktivist-turned-jihadi Junaid Hussain aka TriCk of TeaMp0isoN. If you haven’t read it, please do. PLEASE do…. Read More ›