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Coming back to Downton Abbey, Brad Pitt on a space trip in...
Kabul love-bomb; an improvised explosive
Your numerology cycles September 16–30
Fringe 2019: Brainy, zany ... & rainy
Angry history in Official Secrets, dubious flash in...
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Your numerology cycles September 1–15
... from the Jaws of Victory
Hacktivists to the rescue: Random Hacks of Kindness
Hackers in Vancouver are coming together for the common good on November 30. Will you be there?
Nov 21st, 2012
"Hacked": Canadian producers take on computer hacking in new reality series
This past week I was lucky enough to be invited inside the production office of the new TV show “Hacked”, a half-hour variety/documentary series that explores the illusive world of computer hacking....
Apr 11th, 2012
The lynching of Ron Paul
Was the recent hacking job by Anonymous a targeted attempt to bring down Republican candidate Ron Paul?
Feb 2nd, 2012
Anonymous hacks neo-Nazi sites
Hacker group Anonymous targeted neo-Nazi groups suspected of being associated with Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul.
Feb 1st, 2012
Anonymous launches largest attack yet before SOPA victory
Hacker group Anonymous launches largest DDOS attack to date, claiming victory over the controversial SOPA bill.
Jan 20th, 2012
Anonymous hacks Justice Department to hit back against Megaupload shut-down
Hours after file-sharing giant is shut down by US government, hacker group Anonymous strikes back.
Jan 19th, 2012
Occupy Wall Street around the world
A run-down of events from around the world, as the Occupy Wall Street movement takes hold.
Oct 15th, 2011
Occupy Wall Street explainer
Occupy Wall Street is a rapidly growing global movement described by organizers as an attempt “to end the monied corruption of our democracy”. It officially began on September 17, 2011, when a...
Oct 14th, 2011
Adbusters' "Occupy Wall Street" modeled on Egypt protests
Large parts of Wall Street remained barricaded to foot and road traffic Monday morning as hundreds of angry protesters continued a sit-in protest against U.S. financial institutions. "It's...
Sep 19th, 2011