Cyberculture agenda: “The rise of the messaging economy

The rise of the messaging economy  The Next Web by Ritika Puri Listen to Wikipedia change and grow Boing Boing by Caroline Siede Hatnote lets users hear the edits that are happening to Wikipedia in real time.Read the rest   Snowden vindicated Boing Boing by Rob Beschizza When the courts ruled NSA domestic spying illegal last week, it was … Read more

In the end, Bush won’t be prosecuted… #TortureReport

What Dick Cheney knew about the torture program Buried in the pages of the 525-page executive summary of the so-called CIAtorture report is a timeline showing when former U.S. Vice-President Dick Cheney was briefed about the program July 29, 2003: According to the report, Huge anti-police violence protests set for D.C. and NYC  Mashable! by Colin … Read more

Such a shame for US. the CIA #TortureReport released…

Why Obama Won’t Prosecute Torturers  Slate Articles by Eric Posner The release of the Senate Intelligence Committee report on torture under the Bush administration has revived calls for the Obama administration to prosecute those responsible for violating the law. Summary of Torture Report released: Surprise! CIA tortured people and torture doesn’t work A summary of the long-awaited … Read more

Cyberculture agenda: A new secret malware, Regin…Facebook and your mental health…EFF Co-launches Global Coalition on Net Neutrality…

Secret Malware in European Union Attack Linked to U.S. and British Intelligence The Intercept by Morgan Marquis-Boire Complex malware known as Regin is the suspected technology behind sophisticated cyberattacks conducted by U.S. and British intelligence agencies on the European Union and a Belgian telecommunications company, according to security industry sources and technical analysis conducted by The … Read more