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Prosecutor agrees to re-open controversial Maryville teen rape case
Public pressure and a media firestorm have prompted officials in Maryville, Missouri to reopen a controversial sexual assault case that has captivated the attention of people far beyond the small Midwestern town in recent days.

17.10.2013 16:34

Anonymous campaign pushes authorities to demand reopening of Maryville rape case
A tidal wave of media coverage and a powerful internet campaign have rekindled interest in a small-town sexual assault case in rural Missouri, and now the state’s lieutenant governor is ordering an investigation to get underway.

16.10.2013 14:24

#Justice4Daisy: Anonymous threatens to go after alleged rapists
Anger is mounting after the cover-up by local officials of an alleged rape of two teenage girls in Missouri has been exposed. Meanwhile, internet vigilantes aligned with Anonymous are readying to work the case themselves.

14.10.2013 14:43

Anonymous members arraigned in ‘Operation Payback’ case
The United States government pressed forward Friday afternoon with its case against 13 alleged cybercriminals accused of conspiring to take down government and corporate websites as part of an anti-censorship campaign waged by the Anonymous movement.

11.10.2013 19:53

Anonymous plans Million Mask March on Washington
Demonstrators hope that one million masked activists will descend on Washington, DC next month to celebrate Guy Fawkes Day with a mass rally to remind the world “That fairness, justice and freedom are more than just words.”

08.10.2013 16:12

Anonymous busted: 13 hacktivists indicted over Operation Payback
A federal grand jury has returned an indictment against 13 alleged members of the hacktivist movement Anonymous and has charged them with participating in an anti-copyright campaign that targeted government and corporation websites in 2010 and 2011.

03.10.2013 18:50

Anonymous member sentenced to three years for hacking police sites
An Ohio man who hacked police department websites as a member of the loose-knit Anonymous movement was sentenced by a federal judge on Thursday to serve three years in prison.

12.09.2013 15:24

Gagged: Federal court says accused hacktivist Barrett Brown can’t speak to the press
A federal court approved a media gag-order on Wednesday preventing imprisoned writer-turned-hacktivist Barrett Brown and his attorneys from speaking to the media about their case.

04.09.2013 19:21

Allegations that NSA tool can neutralize common online security
Information has surfaced regarding surveillance software allegedly in use by the NSA that is able to neutralize SSL, or Secure Sockets Layer, and HTTPS, that being one of the internet’s most common ways to encrypt private information.

28.08.2013 04:05

Hacker accuses US government of tricking Anonymous into attacking foreign targets
Just as a former member of Anonymous accuses the United States government of coercing hackers to do their dirty work in America’s cyberwars, the sentencing hearing for the group’s alleged ex-ringleader has been mysteriously delayed yet again.

23.08.2013 14:29

FBI suspected in hacking anonymity software Tor to arrest child porn suspect
Security experts have accused US law enforcement of taking advantage of a flaw in the Firefox Internet browser then exploiting it to identify and potentially monitor subscribers to Tor, which shields an individual's online activity from privacy threats.

05.08.2013 23:04

Dotcom says Anonymous protest hack of NZ govt websites will backfire
Hackers disabled several websites of New Zealand's ruling party to protest a new law that would enable the country’s spy agency to snoop on its citizens. Kim Dotcom said hacking the sites only gave PM John Key “a new excuse to pass the GCSB bill”.

30.07.2013 05:36

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