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PODCAST: Vince in the Bay meets Hector "Sabu" Monsegur, ex-#Anonymous

As the year declines towards its end and we look towards the new year with new hope, let us not forget our past. And let us never forget Hector “Sabu” Monsegur’s past and what it means to our present. 123 more words

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Ukrainian government outed by hackers

It should come as no surprise that government officials hire hackers to do their dirty work, whether it be for discrediting reasons, embarrassment or espionage. A recent… 104 more words

USA v. Hector "Sabu" Monsegur Transcripts August 2011

02/22/2013

Sabu is scheduled to be sentenced today, February 22, 2013, 10:30 AM by District Judge Loretta Preska.

The first transcript from Aug. 5th 2011 describes in general terms Sabu’s cooperation with federal officials: 50 more words

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raincoaster reblogged this on The Cryptosphere and commented:

Well, as we all know, Sabu got a pat on the head and a golden handshake instead of an actual sentence from Loretta Preska, who is married to one of the victims of the Stratfor hack which Sabu helmed. This is the same judge who sentenced Jeremy Hammond to ten years for that self-same hack. We're not saying that the judge was staggeringly compromised and clearly couldn't preside objectively, no, not saying that at all. It's just that, as they say, when you hear hoofbeats, think horses, not zebras.

Tweets o' the Day: Daily #Sabu vs #Anonymous

Well, @DailySabu vs Anonymous and AntiSec and LulzSec and everything beautiful or decent in this world.

Which is why it’s so wonderfully, marvelously, deliciously awful. 233 more words

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"Fuck #Anonymous, I'm at Spa Castle," New Vine of Hector "Sabu" Monsegur Generates Outrage

will someone tell these amateur journalists that if you get Sabu in the tub you are supposed to throw the radio in when white rabbit peaks?

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Reprints: #FuckSabu and Here's Why

This is a reprint from my personal blog from two years ago. If you’ve been following the #OpDDD story so far, you’ll know why it’s a timely read. 391 more words

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