A Kentucky man who, in 2012, hacked into an online account for followers of a Ohio high school’s football team to expose a gang rape of a teenage girl has pleaded guilty … Continue reading Hacker who helped expose Ohio rape case pleads guilty, faces more prison time than rapists
Anonymous just took down the website of the company who manufactures the tear gas and concussion grenades used against Standing Rock water protectors. Don’t have to be all pro-Anonymous to dig this. … Continue reading Anonymous Just Took Down Website of Company that Sells Concussion Grenades to DAPL Cops
Scotland Yard has imposed stringent restrictions on protesters gathering in Westminster on Saturday for the Million Mask March, after clashes with police, incidents of criminal damage and attempts to invade official buildings … Continue reading Million Mask March: police to curb protests amid fears of violence
The US Government, who, remember, works for us, spent millions going after this journalist because he linked to files on the web that exposed apparent wrong-doings of OUR government. They claim he threatened the … Continue reading Barrett Brown – Effectively in jail for linking to something.
Good argument by Anonymous, if governments resort to hacking, and denial of service attacks, then those acts cannot be classified as “terrorist acts”, thank you very much. Continue reading Anonymous responds to GCHQ’s war against them
Anonymous (h)activist Jeremy Hammond was sentenced to 10 years in prison for hacking into private security firm Stratfor, turning over 3 million email exchanges which exposed shocking revelations about how there is no division between government and corporate spying. On top of that, he exposed the extent to which the government is willing to go to link groups like the Occupy movement with terrorism so that they can impose draconian terrorism laws on its members.