#Cyberculture agenda: “How disinformation spreads in a network

How disinformation spreads in a network FlowingData » Visualization by Nathan Yau Disinformation is kind of a problem these days, yeah? Fatih Erikli uses a simulation that works like a disaster spread model applied to social networks to give an idea of how disinformation spreads. 2017 predictions for Big Data, IoT, and AI The Next Web by … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: “Signs Point to Unencrypted Communications Between Terror Suspects…

Signs Point to Unencrypted Communications Between Terror Suspects The Intercept by Dan Froomkin In the wake of the Paris attack, intelligence officials and sympathizers upset by the Edward Snowden leaks and the spread of encrypted communications havetried to blame Snowden for the terrorists’ ability to keep their plans secret from law enforcement. Yet news emerging from … Read more

Journalism agenda: For the record, “Barrett Brown sentenced to 5 Years in prison because he copied and pasted a link

Journalist Barrett Brown sentenced to 63 months in federal prison, must pay $890K in restitution Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin The intelligence and security journalist has already served more than two years in prison for charges related to his proximity to sources within the hacktivist entity known as Anonymous. Read the rest Barrett Brown sentenced to 5 Years … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: “Aaron Swartz was no criminal…”Porn stars use their assets to discuss net neutrality…

Aaron Swartz was no criminal  Boing Boing by Dan Purcell Dan Purcell, one of Swartz’ lawyers, writes about the spiteful and unreasonable charges that led to his suicide—and MIT’s gutless support of his prosecutors. Read the rest Porn stars use their assets to discuss net neutrality  Mashable! by Adario Strange The debate over net neutrality and the fight … Read more

In just a few days, AKP declares “state of emergency” in Ankara; widens powers of intelligence agency and legislates openly Censorship law on Internet…

Ankara police granted permission for ?general searches?   Ankara court has granted the police permission to conduct general searches Turkish gov’t seeks to widen powers of national intelligence agency   The government is seeking broader powers for its intelligence agency, including more scope for eavesdropping and legal immunity for its top agent Leaning on judges: … Read more

Fulya Yıldırımer (@Fu7y4): 1 DAKİKASI 183.000 DOLAR

1 DAKİKASI 183.000 DOLAR Hackerlar tarafından sıklıkla kullanılan bir saldırı yöntemi olan DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) siteye giriş trafiği çok fazlaymış gibi etki yaratarak sistemi işlevsiz ve cevap veremez hale getirmeyi amaçlar. Yani ?her sistem kurulurken; kullanıcı sayıları, hat kapasitesi, anlık istek sayısı gibi unsurlar için belli değerler öngörülür ve bu değerlerin biraz daha üstünde yükü … Read more

SecureDrop: an Open-Source Submission Platform for Whistleblowers… a Cyberculture roundup…

Freedom of the Press Foundation Launches SecureDrop, an Open-Source Submission Platform for Whistleblowers Freedom of the Press Foundation has taken charge of the DeadDrop project, an open-source whistleblower submission system originally coded by the late transparency advocate Aaron Swartz. In the coming months, the Foundation will also provide on-site installationand technical support to news organizations that wish to run the … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Spotify now in Turkey… A new tool for watching how popular videos spread online

Spotify is now live in 32 countries after launching in Taiwan, Argentina, Greece and Turkey Update, as with past Spotify launches, we?ve found that the company has added more than one new market. This post has been updated to reflect that. Spotify has launched its service in four new markets ? Taiwan, Argentina, Greece and … Read more