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20th October 2014

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(via The Emma Goldman Papers Dealt Bad Hand, May Be Circular-Filed)

Emma Goldman said half of the punchy things about revolution quoted on memes here, including “If you can’t dance to it, it’s not MY revolution.” And now the project to study her and bring out a final volume of four on the findings is at risk and may end by November 1.

(via The Emma Goldman Papers Dealt Bad Hand, May Be Circular-Filed)

Emma Goldman said half of the punchy things about revolution quoted on memes here, including “If you can’t dance to it, it’s not MY revolution.” And now the project to study her and bring out a final volume of four on the findings is at risk and may end by November 1.

Tagged: historyanarchyliteraturerevolutionnews

Source: thecryptosphere.com

20th October 2014

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Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for October 20 →

Anonymous, Assange, Bilderberg and Barrett Brown, Pirates and Poitras, Sweden, Spies and Surveillance. And much more I couldn’t fit into an alliterative intro. Your Cybernews roundup for October 20.

Tagged: warSYRIAAnonymousWikiLeaksnews

16th October 2014

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(via Communication, Identity, and the Origin of Information by Heather Marsh)

Powerful and timely article by Heather Marsh, a great political thinker and the force behind The Global Square.

(via Communication, Identity, and the Origin of Information by Heather Marsh)

Powerful and timely article by Heather Marsh, a great political thinker and the force behind The Global Square.

Tagged: communicationmedianewspoliticsphilosophy

Source: thecryptosphere.com

16th October 2014

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(via Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto #News for October 16)

Your day can officially start now. Here are the links!
Gamergate, Wikileaks, Snowden, the Credit Card Kingpin, a Swiss Banker sneaks around on hotel maids, WWII drone technology, and more. So much more in your double dose of news headlines for today.

(via Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto #News for October 16)

Your day can officially start now. Here are the links!
Gamergate, Wikileaks, Snowden, the Credit Card Kingpin, a Swiss Banker sneaks around on hotel maids, WWII drone technology, and more. So much more in your double dose of news headlines for today.

Tagged: wikileakssnowdenISISwarnewstech

Source: thecryptosphere.com

16th October 2014

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Attack of the Ukelele Kitteh →

Go on, click it and see.

14th October 2014

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(via Team System Dz goes on hacking spree)

200 websites defaced in four days? Not bad, even if it IS just one Wordpress vulnerability they’re exploiting. And it appears to be.

(via Team System Dz goes on hacking spree)

200 websites defaced in four days? Not bad, even if it IS just one Wordpress vulnerability they’re exploiting. And it appears to be.

Tagged: ISISjihadGazacyberwarCanada

Source: thecryptosphere.com

14th October 2014

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Apple and Facebook Now Pay For Women To Freeze Their Eggs So They Never Have to Stop Working →

Presumably so that, when they retire at 65 or 70, they can pay surrogates to bear the children, nannies to raise them, etc etc. As long as it doesn’t interfere with the almighty Productivity.

Tagged: feminismbirth controlcapitalismproductivity

14th October 2014

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(via Happy Ada Lovelace Day!)

Countess. Hacker. Philosopher. Courtier. Mother. Daughter. And Inspiration for Ada Lovelace Day! Meet the 19th Century’s most badass hacker.

(via Happy Ada Lovelace Day!)

Countess. Hacker. Philosopher. Courtier. Mother. Daughter. And Inspiration for Ada Lovelace Day! Meet the 19th Century’s most badass hacker.

Tagged: hackersAda Lovelacephilosophycomputers

Source: thecryptosphere.com

14th October 2014

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(via Review: Hot Art: Chasing thieves and detectives through the secret world of stolen art)

Interestingly, it all comes down to databases. Rembrandt, DaVinci, Picasso…their safety and security is entirely dependent on databases. Now, the databases are incomplete, and do not communicate with one another (by design) and so the art theft industry continues.

(via Review: Hot Art: Chasing thieves and detectives through the secret world of stolen art)

Interestingly, it all comes down to databases. Rembrandt, DaVinci, Picasso…their safety and security is entirely dependent on databases. Now, the databases are incomplete, and do not communicate with one another (by design) and so the art theft industry continues.

Tagged: crimearttheftfraudbooksreviews

Source: thecryptosphere.com

14th October 2014

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Interwebbed: Post-Canadian Thanksgiving Cyber and Crypto News →

Two new AnonOps. Latest on the cyberwar in Syria (remember the SEA?), Edward Snowden is an optimist, is Turkey using the war on ISIS to passively rid themselves of the Kurd (yes), The Bartender who Accidentally Saved The World, and Nintendo grabs your Wii.

Tagged: warAnonymousSnowdenSyriahackers

11th October 2014

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(via Exclusive Matt DeHart coverage: Paul DeHart and Tor Ekelund Interviewed)

All about Matt DeHart. Well, three thousand words about him, his story, his potential futures, and the mysterious evaporation of his GoFundMe account. Gripping interviews with his father and his lawyer add new depth to our understanding of the case that has two governments squaring off; but whether in competition or collusion, no one is quite sure.

(via Exclusive Matt DeHart coverage: Paul DeHart and Tor Ekelund Interviewed)

All about Matt DeHart. Well, three thousand words about him, his story, his potential futures, and the mysterious evaporation of his GoFundMe account. Gripping interviews with his father and his lawyer add new depth to our understanding of the case that has two governments squaring off; but whether in competition or collusion, no one is quite sure.

Tagged: AnonymousFreedomUSAFBICrimeNews

Source: thecryptosphere.com

10th October 2014

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Interwebbed: TGIF Cyber and Crypto Links for 10/10 →

Somewhat belated links roundup for today. Wall Street scavenging the remains of fallen countries. ISIS and Al Qaeda use Twitter different. And Fuck the CFAA.

10th October 2014

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(via Numbers: Some Thoughts on the Umbrella Revolution)

Our weekly commentary on the news, in the form of poetry. By Curt Hopkins. Today’s column is particularly powerful. Curt was the founder of the Committee to Protect Bloggers.

(via Numbers: Some Thoughts on the Umbrella Revolution)

Our weekly commentary on the news, in the form of poetry. By Curt Hopkins. Today’s column is particularly powerful. Curt was the founder of the Committee to Protect Bloggers.

Tagged: poetrypoemsnewsUmbrella RevolutionHong Kong

Source: thecryptosphere.com

9th October 2014

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(via Operation Global Media Domination: The Sellout Situation)

So yesterday was a very BIG day in The Cryptosphere and we can’t help boasting a little.

(via Operation Global Media Domination: The Sellout Situation)

So yesterday was a very BIG day in The Cryptosphere and we can’t help boasting a little.

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Source: thecryptosphere.com

9th October 2014

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FireChat is verifying users in Hong Kong, hoping to add trusted voices to its anonymous chat network →

Well, this should end well. *headdesk* Yes, that’s right. The world’s most critical anonymizing chat client, used by thousands to evade state surveillance in the middle of a public uprising, is adding Verified Users. I’m not even kidding.

Tagged: Umbrella RevolutionHong KongSurveillanceNews