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Anonymous Calls For World Day Of Action On April 4
The Worldwide Wave of Action begins on April 4 at "former occupation sites around the world." Read more...
The State Monopoly On DDoS
Particularly troubling, there’s no indication NSA or GCHQ believe they need warrants to exercise their monopoly on hacks against their own citizens. Read more...
Solidarity With All Hacktivists: Free Jeremy Hammond
Occupy Wall Street calls for solidarity with all hacktivists, and freedom for Jeremy Hammond. Read more...
'Remember, Remember, The Fifth Of November!'
Remember, remember the fifth of November! Read more...
White House National Security Official Fired Over Insulting Tweets
Officials also suspected he was responsible for a 2nd anonymous Twitter account which included racier tweets about sexual encounters, escort services – and the inner workings of the State Dept. Read more...

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 Daisy Coleman Blogs About Alleged Rape
"Since Anonymous has gotten involved, everything has changed." Coleman's release secret recordings with Nodaway County Prosecutor Robert Rice. Read more...
Alleged 14-Year-Old Rape Victim's Family Home Burned To The Ground
Some form of victim-blaming occurs in virtually every sexual assault case, she says, but it can be particularly intense in small towns. Read more...
A federal grand jury has indicted 13 members of the Internet hacking group Anonymous for allegedly carrying out cyber-attacks against websites worldwide in an effort to shut them down. Read more...
Governments of the world: take this message as your last will and testament. The game is officially over. Social media has given birth to something new. Now it's time to set the record straight. This video is intended as that spark that gets delivered straight into the hearts and minds of the world. This video is an idea – a shared idea – so listen very carefully and make sure you are sitting down. Read more...
While the Steubenville rapists are coddled by their parents and attorneys and shedding tears over their time in a probation camp, the man who exposed them is facing up to ten years in jail. Justice? No. Read more...