Tracking users after they log out and violating US wiretapping laws – these are the allegations behind a 15-billion-dollar nationwide class-action lawsuit filed against Facebook […]
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by Bill Quigley Privacy is eroding fast as technology offers government increasing ways to track and spy on citizens. The Washington Post reported there are 3,984 […]
by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers On March 6 members of an off-shoot of Anonymous, Lulzsec, were arrested as a result of an FBI informant, […]
by Madison Ruppert, Contributing Writer The West Virginia Department of Homeland Security released an app for mobile phones they have called the “Suspicious Activity Reporting” application. This application will […]
AFP Photo / Frederic J. Brown Organized cyber crime is replacing terrorism as the number one threat to the American nation, says the FBI chief. […]
The prison industrial complex is the latest victim of Anonymous’ #FuckFBIFriday campaign. Hacktivists have compromised data from a massive correctional facility management firm and have […]
“You should have expected us.” It’s the calling card that Anonymous has signed-off their online assaults with since the start of their Internet crusades. As […]