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Monsanto website downed as Anonymous claims hack
Hackers from the Anonymous collective claimed to have infiltrated the website for the biotech giant Monsanto, which has been the subject of recent international protests.

30.05.2013 01:45

#AnonymousUK hackers post far-right members’ contacts details online
A list appearing to show the full names and addresses of the controversial English Defence League (EDL) has been published online by Anonymous-linked hackers. The list also includes phone numbers of senior members and criminal convictions.

29.05.2013 11:17

Anonymous hacker Jeremy Hammond pleads guilty to Stratfor breach
Hacker and activist Jeremy Hammond pleaded guilty Tuesday morning in a New York courtroom to violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as a member of the Internet collective known as Anonymous.

28.05.2013 14:10

Global march challenges Monsanto's dominance: TIMELINE
The March Against Monsanto has seen millions in 436 cities in 52 countries challenging biotech corporations and protesting against genetically modified foods, which despite bans in some states due to potential health hazards remain legal in many others.

25.05.2013 01:15

‘Anonymous’ hack threat prompts WiFi shutdown on Guantanamo
The US military has restricted access to wireless internet at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp due to hacking threats said to be part of a protest over conditions at the facility where detainees have been engaged in a hunger strike for over 100 days.

21.05.2013 11:02

Italian ‘Tango Down’ operation arrests 4 Anonymous hackers
A crackdown on hacker group Anonymous has seen the arrests of four suspected hacktivists in Italy, report local police. The four are thought to be behind multiple cyber-attacks on the Vatican and the Italian government.

17.05.2013 09:52

OpGTMO: Anonymous launches global anti-Gitmo action
The hacktivist collective Anonymous kicked off ‘Operation Guantanamo’ to mark 100 days of the Gitmo hunger strike with a series of “twitterstorms, email bombs and fax bombs.” Protests have been held outside the White House demanding the camp’s closure.

17.05.2013 12:24

LulzSec hackers handed down prison terms, suspended sentence in Britian
British members of the LulzSec hacking collective were sentenced for a series of global cyber-attacks in 2011. Two of the hacktivists have received prison terms, one will be sent to a young offenders’ institution and another received a suspended sentence.

16.05.2013 14:06

The US government might be the biggest hacker in the world
The United States government is investing tens of millions of dollars each year on offensive hacking operations in order to exploit vulnerabilities in the computers of its adversaries, Reuters reports.

10.05.2013 14:21

OpGTMO: Anonymous vows global hack attack to shut down Guantanamo
The hacktivist group Anonymous has announced it will mark the 100th day of the Guantanamo hunger strike with three days of massive protests, calling on supporters to join their global action both on the ground and online.

07.05.2013 10:42

US government sites brace for 'nuisance-level' OpUSA hacking spree
Though a confidential alert by the US Department of Homeland Security is asking government websites prepare for an impending round of hacking and website attacks announced as the #OpUSA campaign, officials say the threats are likely a publicity stunt.

07.05.2013 00:43

New law will ban protesters from riding mass transit in California
Risking arrest isn’t the only obstacle for Northern California protesters — under a new rule about to go into effect, political demonstrators could lose their right to ride public transportation.

30.04.2013 16:53

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