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Jeremy Hammond – Hacker, Activst
Jeremy Hammond is a political activist and computer hacker from Chicago. He was convicted and sentenced in November 2013 to 10 years in US Federal Prison for hacking the private intelligence firm Stratfor and releasing the leaks through the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks. political activist and computer hacker from Chicago. He was... Read more
The Other Sabu: A Hypothesis of Non-Compliance
New York, NY – May 27th 2014 History was made today in a NYC courtroom with the extra-leniant sentencing of notorious Anonymous hacker turned FBI Informant ‘Sabu’ otherwise known as Hector Xavier Monsegur. But, what if things are not what they appear to be? When considering history in hindsight,... Read more
The Other Sabu: An Alternative Theory With Unanswered Questions
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Activists Hacktivists – The Signifigant Seven
The Significant Seven, an @exiledsurfer remix Don’t get it? More exiledsurfer remixes here. Read more
Free Jeremy Hammond – Statement from Jeremy Regarding His Plea’ Quick History Flashback – Admiral Byrd Operation HighJump (covered in future episode) Eric Holder Investigated?  Finally! But for which scandal? Liberty Reserve shut down by DHS / ICE / FEDS Vernon Hershberger aquitted on 3 of 4 charges stemming... Read more
Statement from Jeremy Hammond, alleged Anonymous hacker, July 23 2012
23 July 2012 – Statement from Jeremy Hammond, alleged Anonymous hacker – read in Foley Square, NYC Thanks for everybody coming out in support! It is so good to know folks on the street got my back. Special thanks to those who have been sending books and letters, and... Read more
Hacktivist’s Advocate: Meet the Lawyer Who Defends Anonymous
As a lawyer not particularly immersed in the technology world, Jay Leiderman first became interested in the hacker collective Anonymous around December 2010. That was when Anonymous activists launched distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) against Mastercard and PayPal, who stopped processing donations to WikiLeaks. Since then, he has... Read more