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Anonymous Criticised For Declaring 'Full Scale Cyber War' Against Isis

An Anonymous-affiliated Twitter account has declared a “full-scale cyber war” against the Islamic State (formerly known as Isis) with the aim of tracking down members of the group throughout the world who “continue to use Twitter for propaganda”. 54 more words

Jay Leiderman Ventura Defense Lawyer

'Homeless Hacker' Lawyer Jay Leiderman: DDoS Isn't An Attack, It's A Digital Sit In

A lawyer for a homeless man accused of launching a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on the city of Santa Cruz because of an anti-camping law told TPM on Wednesday that such campaigns are the modern day equivalent of occupying the Woolworth’s lunch counter as happened during the civil rights movement. 83 more words

Cybercrime Lawyer Based In Ventura California Jay Leiderman

CFAA Tutoring - Fall 2014 Schedule

There are some changes this fall regarding the Center for Academic Achievement’s one-on-one tutoring schedule. We will no longer offer individual tutoring on Saturdays, and we’ve shortened our hours on Fridays, as well. 191 more words

Background Checks and Social Media Liability

In today’s world, there is a constant battle between internet-based companies and hackers over information – everyone’s information. Unfortunately, there is even some competition between internet-based companies and legitimate companies for large chunks of that same information. 527 more words

Background Check

CIA Director Caught Lying and Hacking Senate Computers

Originally published on August 3, 2014, at NationofChange.org

U.S. Senators are calling for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan after the Inspector General reported the CIA hacked computers belonging to members of the Senate Intelligence Committee. 731 more words

Andrew Emett