It’s another in our semi-regular series of videos for you to enjoy. This is Al Jazeera’s investigation into the lives of three federal informants, under cover posing as Muslims to recruit would-be jihadis into schemes cooked up by the FBI…. Read More ›
Here we (I) are (am) talking forest fires, Jeremy Hammond, the nature of “Anonymous” as an idea, the diversity of revolution, the tendency of government to retain and escalate control rather than to give it up, whether or not Snowden… Read More ›
This is a playlist (sorry, it’s the best we could find) of private investigator Steve Rambam‘s classic talk Privacy is Dead. The talk has depressed and inspired and startled security experts for years, and once again Rambam’s (newly updated) talk… Read More ›
Newstime, kittens! Come gather round and hear all the top news stories of the day in the cyberwar, cryptocurrency, hacker and hacktivism departments. Cybersoup, just like Moms used to make!
The government of the Ukraine has released what it says are recordings from tapped phones, recordings of rebel, pro-Russian militants calling their leaders in Russia itself, taking responsibility for downing Malaysian Airlines flight MH17. The plane crashed yesterday near the border… Read More ›
It’s that time again, kittens. That time where we dredge up anything interesting that happened today on the internet and steal it to post here. Pop a Jolt or Tab, don your Dataglove, and prepare to jack these stories directly… Read More ›
We are very happy to inaugurate our Opinion column with this piece by Ali Eteraz on the casual censorship of Big Technology, and its effect on language and identity. I’m a Bay Area based writer who has gotten fed up… Read More ›