22nd October 2014
ISIS says STFU to its Twitter Army, Ebola-fighting droids, The Cyborgs Among Us, and How to wear a ballcap, courtesy of the US Army.
20th October 2014
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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.
16th October 2014
(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.
14th October 2014
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.
9th October 2014
This child was ten years old. No just cause invites the death of children.
PS ISIS if you really want a NATO coalition, this sort of thing is the best way to get one.
9th October 2014
Hate Ed Snowden? This is your lucky day! So Obama’s all like, China u suk, China’s all like, shup skids. Banks turn snitch. Interview with a Jihadi. And more.
YOU WANT TO READ THIS.
8th October 2014
Mega-super roundup today: Lots on Wall Street and trader corruption, YOUR muni funds exposed, ISIS Runaways officially a Thing now, and how to become an e-Estonian.
8th October 2014
(via AnonSec Hackers Tangodown Turkish e-Commerce Sites)
EXCLUSIVE: A new front on the Cyberwarfront: Turkey. AnonSec, a Kurdish Peshmerga hacking crew has defaced 48 mostly Turkish sites, apparently in retaliation for Turkey’s failure to support their troops in Kobani, on the Syrian/Turkish border. This is probably just the start of something much much bigger.
12th July 2014
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Well there it is.
17th May 2014
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Times Square today, courtesy of American Muslims for Palestine.
via Joe Catron
This is incredible!
I work near this!!
even more phenomenal in person!!! i stood there in awe for a bit at how powerful this was
فلسطين فوق الجميع
2nd March 2014
The modern-day protestor and revolutionary needs more than just a helmet, throwing-stones and heart filled with righteous passion. These days technology offers invaluable tools to those speaking out against oppressive regimes. This week Anchorfree – a Mountain View, California-based firm that offers an online privacy app called Hotspot Shield – declared […]
26th February 2014
[Flowers cover the ground and barricades on Wednesday where protesters were killed in a recent clash with riot police in Kiev’s Independence Square. Image via Efrem Lukatsky/AP.]
Pretty amazing image
21st February 2014
Chaotic scenes as anti-government protesters and police continue to battle for control of the Ukrainian capital
The beauty of revolution
19th November 2013
Abu Zubaydahs writings reveal emotions and ideas that experts say are typical of men who have taken up Al-Qaedas cause
Very interesting. Reinforces my theory that if the West had anything as spiritually compelling as Jihad to offer, we wouldn’t lose so many good people to the seductiveness of martyrdom. See also: Manual of Afghani Jihad and Japanese Kamikaze documents
19th October 2013
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Watch John Stewart lose his shit. Lose it, John. Lose it. Go, Malala, go.