What You Need to Know about the Internet’s Energy Impact
The recent, rapid growth of digital technologies has produced a vast new appetite for electrical power.  Internet data centers, which function as the “factories” of the digital economy, are largely responsible for this demand. Today, the Internet’s electricity demand would rank sixth in the world if it were to... Read more
Home Hacks and Smart Grids: Data Theft Made Even Simpler
There is often times a trade-off between security and convenience. With Home Hacks the more easily you can access your personal data, the easier someone else can too, making anything that you put online a potential target for hackers. A growing source of concern for many people is their... Read more
Understanding The Militarized Internet
If twitter is any gauge, a lot of people think this article in Wired about General Keith Alexander is just all kinds of kewl: General Keith Alexander, a man few even in Washington would likely recognize. Never before has anyone in America’s intelligence sphere come close to his degree of... Read more
May 7, 2013 – Decrypted Matrix Radio: FBI Total Surveillance, Drone Armies, Kokesh’s March, Boston Bomber, Whitehouse Warns Governors, Syria Darknet, CIA Cash for Karzai
Former FBI Counter Terrorism Expert Confirms Total Surveillance State British Military Amasses 500 Drones D.C. Police Chief: We Will Arrest Adam Kokesh and Open Carry Protesters Eyewitnesses: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Did Not Shoot Boston Cop Manning Judge Orders Secret Practice Trial Obama Serves 14-State Governors With Warnings of Arrest over... Read more
March 20, 2013 – Decrypted Matrix Radio: CIA Spook’s Message, Data Mining Exposed, Cyprus Explained, Internet Surveillance, Contract Security War Crimes
A Motivational Message From Robert Steele – Former CIA Why the Cyprus Situation Might become a big deal The Internet Is a Surveillance State Extreme Data Mining – What we know about tracking users Online The Privatization of War: Mercenaries, Private Military and Security Companies Every Week Night 12-1am... Read more
How To Communicate If The Government Obliterates The Internet
First of all, download or print these instructions. Keep them with your survival gear, if you have prepared one. SCENARIO Your government is displeased with the communication going on in your location and pulls the plug on your internet access, most likely by telling the major ISPs to turn... Read more
UPDATED: Ecuador Grants Political Asylum To Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange?
UPDATE – “Assange asylum rumor is false,” Correa confirmed on his Twitter feed. He added that he is waiting for a Foreign Ministry report on the issue, without which a decision will not be made.   Ecuador has reportedly granted asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who... Read more
A Message from House of Anonymous
We are Anonymous, and we do not forgive. Forgiveness requires humility, humility requires dignity. We have neither. We are void of human restraints, such as self respect and common sense. All those who break this pact will be eliminated without hesitation. And by elimination we will put their name... Read more
CISPA replaces SOPA as Internet’s Enemy No. 1
The Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA) is quickly becoming the Internet’s new most-hated piece of legislation. But is it really “the new SOPA,” as critics are calling it? Here, a comprehensive rundown of what CISPA is, what it does, and why people think it’s dangerous. The Internet... Read more