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Israel's Gaza offensive has angered the infamous hacker collective Anonymous. But that's not all. Pro-Palestinian hackers from around the world are on the case.
In one of the most devastating cyber-attacks in recent memory, the hacker collective Anonymous has wreaked havoc on Israel’s online infrastructure, bringing down websites belonging to several federal and municipal government agencies.
While death tolls continue to rise in Gaza, factions within the Anonymous hacker collective have lashed out against Israeli websites in solidarity with Palestinians late last night.
While the CIA is engulfed with scandal sparked by the interception of email correspondence by the FBI, government surveillance of personal online correspondence is becoming more common.
The Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters, hackers who have attacked US-based banks in defense of Islam, claim to be operating independently.
Gabon has shut down Kim Dotcom’s latest domain intended to host his file sharing service shut a few days after announcing his me.ga domain.
Following a scandal now known as “Dorito-Gate”, gaming journalism is suffering an identity crisis.
While his lawyers fight for the return of user data under digital lock and key by the US, Dotcom is forging ahead with plans to resurrect his file-sharing empire.
A much larger percentage of DDoS attacks, which temporarily disable a website, are being launched not for ideological reasons but for financial gain.
Germany’s once popular Pirate Party, one of Europe’s leading internet freedom political organizations, has fallen out of favor with voters.
Borderlands, the hit post-apocalyptic first person shooter role playing game, is being released for iOS devices and will be able to be played on iPads and other Apple mobile devices.
In effort to avoid authorities, file-sharing website The Pirate Bay moves from physical servers to cloud services.
Calling the controversial whistle blowing website the "One Man Julian Assange Show," the hacker collective Anonymous has pulled its support from Wikileaks.
UPRISER.com is bringing Anonymous, Occupy and other change-oriented sectors of the web together on one site in an attempt to further enable political and societal transformation.
Barrett Brown, the controversial online activist and former hacker has been indicted on several charges.
Swedish police raided PeRiQuito AB (PRQ), seizing servers that belonged to the internet freedom-focused web host late Monday night in Stockholm.
Federal law enforcement agencies are monitoring more email and social media communications than ever before, according to Justice Department documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union.
Kim Dotcom has hinted that a new version of Megaupload is near ready for launch and that lawyers, partners and investors should be ready.
Several of the web's most prolific corporations are sending their own lobbyists to Washington to advance a platform of a free and open internet.
The spat between Japan and China over the Senkaku islands has now gone too far. It has led to the cancellation of the Intel Extreme Masters gaming tournament.