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​‘Snowden became most wanted by US injustice system’
Edward Snowden's case went viral in terms of public impact in exposing the NSA’s global surveillance reach. He became one of the most wanted persons on the planet in terms of the US injustice system, whistleblower Thomas Drake told RT.

05.06.2014 02:38

‘Don’t ask for privacy, Take it back’: Anti-NSA #ResetTheNet campaign kicks off
Internet activists and rights groups have launched a massive online campaign against mass government surveillance, urging users and websites to use encryption. The campaign’s inspiration – NSA whistleblower Snowden – has called to join ResetTheNet.

June 05, 2014 00:03

Anonymous hacktivists plan massive attack on Brazilian World Cup sponsors – report
Amid mass demos and violence over extravagant World Cup spending showing little promise of return for an impoverished Brazil, Anonymous hackers plan a mass hack attack on the Cup’s sponsors, a source told Reuters.

31.05.2014 14:28

Anonymous hacker-turned FBI informant Sabu avoids jail time
After aiding the infiltration of numerous corporate networks and then switching sides to help the FBI thwart the hacktivist group Anonymous, Hector Xavier Monsegur has been sentenced to time served followed by one year of supervised release.

27.05.2014 15:04

Greenwald’s book tour draws ire from Anonymous hacktivists
As Glenn Greenwald begins a book tour to commemorate the release of a story detailing his work with former national security contractor Edward Snowden and the secret documents he supplied, a new campaign has caught the author in its crosshairs.

14.05.2014 16:07

FBI used autistic New Yorker to nail Anonymous hacker
A British computer hacker arrested in 2011 for breaching the website of internet news company Gawker was apprehended with the help of a former acquaintance from outside Albany, New York, according to just leaked, previously unpublished court files.

13.05.2014 16:44

FBI may put alleged Anonymous member behind bars for 440 years
A man accused of being a member of the amorphous hacktivist movement Anonymous now faces a total of 44 charges after federal investigators announced on Tuesday the filing of second superseding indictment against Fidel Salinas of Donna, Texas.

30.04.2014 15:17

New leak exposes how the FBI directed Anonymous’ hacks
Dozens of pages of previously unreleased documents pertaining to the prosecution of hacktivist Jeremy Hammond have been released, further linking the United States government to a gamut of cyberattacks waged against foreign nations.

24.04.2014 18:41

#OpIsrael: Anonymous attacks hundreds of Israeli websites
Hundreds of websites of Israeli ministries and organizations came under attack by Anonymous early Monday as part of the hacktivist group's anti-Israel operation, dubbed #OpIsrael.

06.04.2014 16:39

Prosecution drops link-sharing charges against Barrett Brown
Federal prosecutors are dismissing 11 of the 17 counts against Barrett Brown, an American author and activist who has spent the last year-and-a-half awaiting trial behind bars in Texas.

05.03.2014 20:26

British hacker accused of stealing data from Federal Reserve computers
The United States Department of Justice this week unsealed its third indictment in four months against Lauri Love, a United Kingdom resident now accused of hacking into a computer system used by the US Federal Reserve.

28.02.2014 16:00

Prosecutors: Barrett Brown and Anonymous ‘secretly plotted the overthrow of the government’
Has the hacktivist group Anonymous been secretly plotting to overthrow the United States government? Federal prosecutors seem to think so, but attorneys for a Texas man on trial for alleged computer crimes say such isn’t the case.

26.02.2014 18:13

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