What a busy, busy day we’ve had today; if the rest of the week keeps up like this, we’ll have to hire PMC‘s (Private Media Contractors) to get all our articles done! So, so much news today; so, so many… Read More ›
Aliens! Conspiracies! Surveillance! The Panopticon! Shadowy corporate overlords with murky and malevolent agendas! Honestly, what’s not to like? SCHWA is a twenty-year-old phenomenon from the mind of William Barker. First surfacing in semi-underground zines like BoingBoing, it became, for a… Read More ›
It’s been a long week, full of plane crashes, buck passing, spies, spooks, hackers, Anons, and Ceiling Cat alone knows what else. Here’s our last roundup for this week, something to enjoy while you lounge poolside, or peruse idly as… Read More ›
This week just gets crazier and crazier, people! After everyone got back from HOPE X looks like they all decided to release those reports they’d been sitting on, so we have quite a miscellany for you today; from a car hacking manual to the latest on the most-dragged-out-death-since-Boromir case of MtGox.
Send us material venal cowards dare not publish — see note below about perfidy of pols, lawyers, journalists, NGOs. You owe it to the fucked over public or shut your shop. John Young, Cryptome.org Who doesn’t want your money? Cryptome.org,… Read More ›
HOPE X, which took place in New York this past weekend, is one of the premiere events of the hacker calendar. The Cryptosphere correspondent Douglas Lucas was there, presenting on a panel, schmoozing over sushi, sneaking into the press room,… Read More ›
With the situation in the Ukraine, the situation in Gaza, and the situation on Twitter, it’s a busier day than normal in the Cryptosphere, so we decided to push out our daily link roundup a bit early. Here’s all the top news from around the globe.
Here’s today’s roundup of all the top cyberwar, cryptocurrency, and hacker news. In case you’re curious, Anonymous is still going with OpSaveGaza, but that’s pretty much the default lately so we’ll give off with the links to their actions until… 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 ›