Tag: censorship

Google Adds Cyberattack Warning For Victims of State-Sponsored Attacks

Google Adds Cyberattack Warning For Victims of State-Sponsored Attacks

| June 6, 2012 | 3 Replies

  News.com.au   GOOGLE has added a feature to warn users whose accounts it believes are targets of “state-sponsored attacks”. Google, however, closed its search engine in China in 2010 after saying it no longer wanted to cooperate with Beijing’s internet censorship following hacking attacks traced to China. A message that says “Warning: We believe […]

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NSA Utah Data Center Largest Spy Compound Ever – Part 2

NSA Utah Data Center Largest Spy Compound Ever – Part 2

| June 2, 2012 | 8 Replies

James Bamford Wired.com (Threat Level)   Continued from: NSA Utah Data Center Largest Spy Compound Ever – Part 1 For the first time, a former NSA official has gone on the record to describe the program, codenamed Stellar Wind, in detail. William Binney was a senior NSA crypto-mathematician largely responsible for automating the agency’s worldwide eavesdropping […]

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NSA Utah Data Center Largest Spy Compound Ever – Part 1

NSA Utah Data Center Largest Spy Compound Ever – Part 1

| June 1, 2012 | 14 Replies

James Bamford Wired.com (Threat Level)     The spring air in the small, sand-dusted town has a soft haze to it, and clumps of green-gray sagebrush rustle in the breeze. Bluffdale sits in a bowl-shaped valley in the shadow of Utah’s Wasatch Range to the east and the Oquirrh Mountains to the west. It’s the heart of Mormon country, […]

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CISPA: A Vaguely-Defined Bill Against an Imaginary Threat [VIDEO]

CISPA: A Vaguely-Defined Bill Against an Imaginary Threat [VIDEO]

| April 28, 2012 | 2 Replies

RT   The House of Representative has passed CISPA, a bill seeking to increase the government’s power to monitor private data online. Political commentator Luke Samuel says the law is directed against a nebulously-defined and imaginary threat. Luke Samuel, who writes for Spiked magazine, sat down with RT to talk about the reasons why there’s […]

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Operation Defense Phase II Response To CISPA

Operation Defense Phase II Response To CISPA

| April 28, 2012 | 1 Reply

Zach Walton WebProNews   I told a friend last night that it wouldn’t be long before Anonymous reacted to the news of CISPA passing the House. I was right with Anonymous uploading a new video today that announces Operation Defense Phase II. If you weren’t around for the first phase of Operation Defense, it was a […]

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Pirate Party Ordered to Shut Down Pirate Bay Proxy

Pirate Party Ordered to Shut Down Pirate Bay Proxy

| April 16, 2012 | Reply

  Torrent Freak   Last week the Dutch Pirate Party refused to cave in to the demands of Hollywood-backed anti-piracy group BREIN, who ordered the political party to take their Pirate Bay proxy offline. As expected, BREIN didn’t let the case rest.The group obtained an injunction from the Court of The Hague which ordered the […]

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Pastebin Makes Plans To Censor Hacker Pastes

Pastebin Makes Plans To Censor Hacker Pastes

| April 7, 2012 | 2 Replies

by Sir Cumv3nt [VirtualThreat] Pastebin is seeking additional staffing in order to monitor the site for pastes that contain ‘sensitive information’, similar to those that hackers often post to the site.  Anonymous, the online hactivist group, claims this move screams of censorship. Pastebin.com currently has over 200,000 registered users on the site and gets more than […]

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Fight Censorship With Low Orbit Server Stations

Fight Censorship With Low Orbit Server Stations

| March 20, 2012 | Reply

The Hacker News   One of the world’s largest BitTorrent sites “The Pirate Bay” is going to put servers on GPS-controlled aircraft drones in order to evade authorities who are looking to shut the site down. In a Sunday blog post, The Pirate Bay announced new “Low Orbit Server Stations” that will house the site’s […]

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