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Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto News for June 21

Still hungover from Suits and Spooks (and Snitches?)? Us too, kittens. Now it’s time for healing, resting, and conserving our strength for CCC in August. Everyone’s least-favorite snitch will be there, so be sure to have the proper attire on hand for greeting him. 145 more words


The Face of the Faceless: Anonymous as Branded Activism

            “Suits and Spooks” is a series of cyber-security events one of which took place yesterday in NYC. The event includes former security officials, pundits, experts and famous hackers from the subcultural scene. 2,051 more words


Interwebbed Cyber & Crypto News for June 8

Okay, so it’s Monday, and that’s never good, but at least you’re not in Syria, right? 22 air strikes and counting. Well, back here where it’s comfy and safe, sometimes… 238 more words


Interwebbed Cyber and Crypto News for June 3

Did you miss us, kittens? First we were at Social Media Camp, then we spent a week in the arms of our old friend Post-Conference Flu, then ALL THREE of our computers died THANKS OBAMA, and now we’re back. 216 more words


#Sabu Week: The #FBI #LulzSec Files, 2011

LulzSec, as we have stated before, was of interest to the FBI basically since it first broke away from Anonymous. At the time I warned them that separating from the Hive would make them a target, a much easier target to hit, but there’s no denying that the breakaway or standalone crews like LulzSec, Cabin Crew, and AntiSec got a great deal of very high-profile hacktivism work done in a very short period of time. 61 more words


#Anonymous #Sabu Week Reprints: Sabu the Inciter by Nigel Parry

This is a reprint of an article by the talented reporter and researcher Nigel Parry: it originally appeared on his website March 11, 2012. 2,710 more words


#Anonymous #Sabu Week: Our review of what it's like to eat Sabu

This contribution to Sabu Week is the final chapter in the saga of Sabu the pig. If you’ll recall, he made his first appearance on Thursday the 19th at the PAPS-organised… 261 more words