Glenn Greenwald, the Guardian journalist who was first to publish the documents that former NSA contractor Edward Snowden leaked about the US government’s surveillance programs, gave an interview to the Argentinean daily La Nacion.
Fugitive former intelligence contractor Edward Snowden said he was seeking temporary asylum in Russia and had no regrets about spilling U.S. spy secrets
Google Refuses to Delete Pirate Websites from its Search ResultsFor years entertainment industry groups have been demanding that Google does something about the ?pirate sites? showing up in their search results.
For weeks, the international media — FP included — has been pouncing at every crumb of information about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden.
Somini Sengupta in the NYT reports on Twitter’s agreement this week, after months of legal battling, to ID several users who posted anti-Semitic comments on its service, whom French authorities want to prosecute for violating hate speech laws.
Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Jonathan Groff is looking for love and living it up with his best gay pals on the upcoming and still untitled HBO series. Set in San Francisco, the show stars Groff as a video game designer trying to find love .
As most people reading this post will be aware, free media of all kinds is just a few clicks away.
No matter what content is required, a quick Google search (or a Bing one if the relentless pace of DMCA notices is spoiling results) is the only thing required to get almost anything without paying.
By now it?s no secret that intelligence agencies have real-time access to people?s online activities.
However, the same might soon apply to copyright holders too. That is, if AT&T puts one of its patents into action.
A few weeks ago we wrote about AT&T?s patent to track and monitor transfers over the BitTorrent network. While this was already quite worrisome in terms of privacy, it?s just the tip of the iceberg.
PR Web (press release)
idcloak publishes Anonymous proxy servers and other tools of the political activist, a four-part article which recommends strategies and services to help tech-activists protest without putting their freedom at risk. The article focuses on safely using