Lulzsec / Anonymous Hackers admit plotting attacks on CIA
Lulzsec / Anonymous Hackers admit plotting attacks on CIA

Lulzsec hackers pleaded guilty to exploiting international firms, law enforcement, government agencies, and the CIA in a Hacktivist spree.

So does this mean the FBI is guilty of hacking the CIA?

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Obama Thinks Cyberwar Conspiracies Aren’t The Business…
Obama Thinks Cyberwar Conspiracies Aren’t The Business…

Is cyberwarfare ‘official’ warfare or just a bunch of geeks in uniforms playing tricks on each other with sneaky code?

What does Cyberwar or Cyber Security mean to you?

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(Video) War on WikiLeaks: John Pilger interviews Julian Assange
(Video) War on WikiLeaks: John Pilger interviews Julian Assange

The attacks on WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, are a response to an information revolution that threatens old power orders, in politics and journalism.

Who do you think controls the world? Leave a comment on the video.

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A Weapon We Can’t Control: Stuxnet Will Come Back to Haunt Us?
A Weapon We Can’t Control: Stuxnet Will Come Back to Haunt Us?

Do you think our initiative in working with Israel, Google, & Microsoft to create the Stuxnet worm created the cyber-war equivalent of Pandora’s box that we have the most to lose in?

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LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary admits hacking into CIA and Pentagon
LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary admits hacking into CIA and Pentagon

LulzSec hacker Ryan Cleary today admitted hacking into the websites of the CIA and the UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency.

Is cracking websites like the Westboro Baptist Church’s really a crime?

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As House Passes CISPA, The Fight Is Just Beginning
As House Passes CISPA, The Fight Is Just Beginning

'Despite growing resistance to the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, CISPA has cleared its first legislative hurdle. But the battle over the widely-criticized information-sharing bill is just heating up.'

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CISPA: 6 Things You Need to Know About the Government’s New Spy Law
CISPA: 6 Things You Need to Know About the Government's New Spy Law

'Congress is seriously considering a bill called the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). Intended to allow information-sharing both between corporations and between corporations and the government, it presents serious dangers to individual privacy.'

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CISPA gets a rewrite but still threatens Americans’s Privacy
CISPA gets a rewrite but still threatens Americans's Privacy

'Foes of controversial legislation rally before expected vote next week, with scant success so far: latest draft still allows Internet companies to share customer data and communications with the National Security Agency.'

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Revealed: CISPA Internet Spying Law Pushed by For-Profit Private Spy Lobby
Revealed: CISPA Internet Spying Law Pushed by For-Profit Private Spy Lobby

'A cyber security bill moving swiftly through Congress would give government intelligence agencies broad powers to work with private companies to share information about Internet users.'

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CISPA replaces SOPA as Internet’s Enemy No. 1
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.'

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