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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


Lulz and beyond: an anthropologist writes about Anonymous

Last night, I finished reading Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous by anthropologist Gabriella Coleman (thanks to my husband for the Christmas present). 1,000 more words


Whose Hack Is It Anyway?

What do I think happened? I think some lulzsec-style hackers found a way into Sony Pictures. They stole gigabytes of data over a long period of time and decided to embarrass Sony Pictures, presumably because they could. 158 more words

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Big Data, Big Responsibility - or "Ten Things you didn't know about Data Security"

Ryan Ackroyd, a member of LulzSec who has done time in prison for his hacking activities, held a talk yesterday at Sheffield Hallam University – and it was a good talk indeed! 692 more words

Website Streams Private Security Cameras; Reminds Users To Change Passwords

SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— Security cameras can help people keep a watchful eye on their homes when they’re away, but a new website shows that very camera may be letting others sneak a peek inside. 245 more words


Cyber Warfare: All Aboard The Hack Train

In June 2011, The hacker group known as lulzsec (an offshoot of Anonymous) announced they were attacking governments, banks and large corporation and will leak all classified information, inviting anyone else to join them. 304 more words