1. 100th Monkey

    Cybercrime Bill passes Senate...Sad day for Australia!

    New Cybercrime laws have passed the parliament, allowing the government unprecedented access to our information. What do the changes mean for you? Phone carriers will soon have to store text messages, emails and other data to help police fight cybercrime. Government legislation that will allow...
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    Anonymous Hacks FBI To UK Conference Call

    Listen along, and laugh out loud at the law enforcement agents bumbling away. Investigators can be heard discussing joint inquiry into cybercrime in 15-minute call released on the internet Hackers from the group Anonymous have broadcast a private conference call between the FBI and Scotland...
  3. Unhypnotized

    Wikileaks Mirror Accused In DoS Attack

    Kurt Nimmo December 20, 2010 In an email posted on Cryptome, Joly MacFie cites the website Spamhaus that has accused a “Russian dedicated cybercrime host” of launching a cyber attack against its servers. The denial-of-service attack occurred after Spamhaus posted a warning about...
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    Wake-Up Call: Top 11 Trends of 2011

    Gerald Celente Trends Research Institute Saturday, December 18, 2010 After the tumultuous years of the Great Recession, a battered people may wish that 2011 will bring a return to kinder, gentler times.* But that is not what we are predicting.* Instead, the fruits of government and...
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    Shadowy Hacker Group Targets Enemies of Wikileaks

    Kurt Nimmo Prison Thursday, December 9, 2010 Hackers have responded to the persecution of Julian Assange and Wikileaks by attacking the Visa and MasterCard websites. The group responsible calls itself “Anonymous.” It promotes the use of LOIC, short for Low Orbit Ion Cannon, software...

    US oil industry hit by cyberattacks: Was China involved?

    Houston – At least three US oil companies were the target of a series of previously undisclosed cyberattacks that may have originated in China and that experts say highlight a new level of sophistication in the growing global war of Internet espionage. The oil and gas industry breaches, the...
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    US demands China explain cyberattacks in face-to-face talks

    AFP Friday, January 15th, 2010 The United States on Thursday said it held talks with Chinese officials, calling for an explanation of cyberattacks against Internet giant Google and dozens of other firms. “We have had a discussion today here in Washington with officials from the embassy. We...
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    PsyOp Internet Battle for Hearts, and Minds

    Sancho Jones SHTF411 January 1, 2010 The Internet revolution has changed the face of our planet. Over the last 20 years there’s been a complete transformation of the way we live, conduct business, and share information. In the same amount of time, information technology has helped bring...
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    Cyberbullying Bill Gets Trounced During House Subcommittee Hearing

    Rev. Ted Pike Infowars October 3, 2009 The House Subcommittee hearing today on two “anti-cyberbullying” bills went very poorly for the Anti-Defamation League, architect of these bills, and their two primary sponsors, Rep. Linda Sanchez and Rep. Debbie...