“Anonymous starts #OpCharlieHebdo -A #CharlieHebdo Massacre roundup…

Anonymous claims first victim in ‘Operation Charlie Hebdo’ Mashable! by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai Hacking collective Anonymous declared war on Islamic extremists after Wednesday’s deadly attack on Paris-based satirical newspaperCharlie Hebdo, and the group is now claiming its first victim Anonymous, a loosely organized group of hackers with no leaders,announced its operation — codenamed #OpCharlieHebdo Charlie is Ahmed. And … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Twitter’s Data Grants initiative; DRM the root of all evil; EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere + Firefox …

Twitter opens its data to researchers and academics with new Data Grants initiative Twitter has been busy opening its data up to media ? through a deal with CNN and Dataminr ? and the music industry ? via an agreement with 300 Entertainment ? and now it is focusing on helping researchers and academics. Why DRM is the root of … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Remembering Aaron Swartz

  A Year After Aaron Swartz’s Death, Lawmakers Still Demand Answers On the eve of the anniversary of Aaron Swartz‘s tragic death, a group of eight lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are still looking for answers regarding the criminal investigation he was the subject of   Remembering Aaron One year ago, we lost Aaron Swartz, a dear friend … 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

Jeremy Hammond of Anonymous sentenced to ten years in jail…

Anonymous Hacker Receives Maximum Prison Sentence An admitted member of the online hacking group Anonymous received the maximum sentence Friday from a judge in U.S. federal court in New York City. Jeremy Hammond: FBI directed my attacks on foreign government sites Anonymous hacktivist told court FBI informant and fellow hacker Sabu supplied him with list of … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Jeremy Hammond case.. “Brazil and Germany Propose UN Resolution Against Mass Surveillance…Google Deleted 200 Million ?Pirate? Search Results in 2013

Brazil and Germany Propose UN Resolution Against Mass Surveillance On November 7th, Brazil and Germany jointly tabled a preliminary version of a resolution on online privacy at the UN General Assembly. At a time when public outrage over the reach and scope of U.K. and U.S. mass surveillance is at an all time high, the … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: Bitcoin more than doubles its value in about a month… Million Mask March: anons in the world’s streets…

Million Mask March: anons in the world’s streets Image: “Anonymous Million Mask March on Election day in New York | Knowledge is Power” shared by Michael Tapp in the Boing Boing Flickr Pool. Rally Against Mass Surveillance: Inspiring Pics from the Historic Demonstration On October 26th, thousands of people from all walks of life converged on Washington, DC in a demonstration … Read more

Follow Erkan’s curation of #MillionMaskMarch day through Scoop.it #RedHack

Click here to follow RedHack and Anonymous Team Up for November 5 Protests See on Scoop.it ? Another World Now! November 5 is a symbolic date on which hacktivists and activists from all over the world plan on protesting and marching for various causes. RedHack a? #BillionMaskMarch Events List ? Latest Update ? 443 City Across the World and Growing … Read more

“Ten Steps You Can Take Right Now Against Internet Surveillance…Understanding Education through Big Data..Cyberculture roundup…

Ten Steps You Can Take Right Now Against Internet Surveillance One of the trends we’ve seen is how, as the word of the NSA’s spying has spread, more and more ordinary people want to know how (or if) they can defend themselves from surveillance online. But where to start? Don’t Be Silly. Lock Down and Encrypt Your … 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: “BitTorrent Launches ?NSA-proof? Serverless Messenger App…

  BitTorrent Launches ?NSA-proof? Serverless Messenger App Over the past months the revelations of Edward Snowden have dominated the news. Internet privacy suddenly became a mainstream topic and all the negative news has increased the demand for encrypted and secure communications. How Can Somebody Who Loves Culture Possibly Defend The Copyright Monopoly? One of the most perplexing … 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

Anonymous (@Crypt0nymous) explains its relationship with Redhack (@TheRedHack)

Anonymous Turkey, RedHack and #OccupyGezi For governments there is no difference between the two groups/collectives, both are (cyber) terrorist. Maybe this is also the reason why hacktivist and activist show solidarity and ?support? each other. Its clear that the ideologies of both groups have nothing to do with their support and solidarity. Coordinated hacks during #opTurkey, … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: “Turkey bans gay dating website, app Grindr… “Foursquare continues to focus on the little details…

  Turkey bans gay dating website, app Grindr Gay and bisexual male dating website Grindr has been banned by Turkey’s Directorate of Telecommunication   Foursquare continues to focus on the little details. Now tells you where the action is on any given day of the week. Someone must have given Foursquare a kick up the … Read more

Cyberculture roundup: Facebook, Twitter freedom in Iran last not much… Only a technical glitch…

Technical glitch gives Iranians access to Facebook, Twitter, official says Iranians gained direct access to Facebook and Twitter for the first time in four years because of a technical fault   In Iran, ?God Has Freed Facebook? For the first time since 2009, millions of Iranians are able to share their status updates on Facebook. … Read more