The eBay founder defends the PayPal hacktivists as they sign a plea deal.
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The consumerist holiday has become a political lightning rod for all manner of causes.
"You ever been pizza bombed?" Vince In the Bay asked Jeremy Hammond's judge.
Meanwhile, Indonesian hackers just brought down the Australian intelligence service's website.
We went to London's event, where complaints included internet censorship, welfare cuts, and badgercide.
Anonymous today released another set of swiped data contact info for first responders, security contractors, and the like.
More than anything, this attack seems aimed at reminding authorities and the internet that Anonymous is still serious.
Is the defacing of websites the end game for Anonymous?
Jake Davis has been released from prison after 37 days, but he is "forbidden from creating encrypted files, securely wiping any data or deleting his internet history."
The online stunt raised funds for w0rmer, an incarcerated hacker—and for his newborn baby.
Deric is most famously known as KYAnonymous, the Anonymous operative who leaked a Steubenville video.
Americans should consider whether hacking, illegal or not, is morally defensible.
In 2012, DDoS attacks increased by a pretty ridiculous 200 percent, and 35 percent of businesses experienced some kind of disruptive DDoS attack.
It all started one night—at a friend’s house—when four boys raped Rehtaeh. One of them took a photo and distributed it online.
ProjectPM has served as an online monument to Brown’s work that has survived beyond his isolation from the real world. If the Department of Justice succeeds in taking the Wiki down, that all may be lost.
I caught up with the journalist and popularly mislabeled spokesperson of Anonymous who is facing a century of hard time in a federal American prison for threatening a FBI officer, hiding evidence that obstructed his warrant, and sharing a link within…
In the wake of the Florida State meatspin troll, we rank the best school hacks. And we don't mean the teachers
Sabu stands to benefit from being an informant a little longer.
They aren't the aggressively-perspiring, jailbait-loving pervs who destroy teenage girls' lives then mock their deaths on Facebook memorial pages.
On Wednesday, the government announced that Barrett Brown, a man who became a very public talking head for Anonymous, is facing up to 100 years in jail.
In response to the harsh sentences recently levied against DDoS action organizers, online activists are trying to make the case that disrupting online should be regarded as a legal form of protest.
He doesn’t appear to be in Fed custody for the moment, but this mugshot via Dallas County records confirms that Barrett Brown, better known as @BarrettBrownLOL on Twitter, is at the very least sitting in county jail awaiting possible charges on Thu…