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Feds Indict Hacktivist For “Stealing” Public Domain Data
Post Date: 2011-07-20 12:33:27 by Hondo68
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Activist Aaron Swartz The government is going out of its way to create show trials in order to make the case that hackers are out of control and threaten our national security. The latest propaganda effort coincides with so-called cyber security legislation floating around the district of criminals. Coinciding with the ludicrous assertion by the government that hackers will take down the power grid and pitch the country into the Stone Age, the DOJ and FBI have arrested more than a dozen people in the PayPal Ddos case. Now they are going after a hacker who “stole” non-profit public domain documents. They want to throw him in prison for 35 years. A number of companies claim they are ...

Free Service Shields Online Communications From Surveillance
Post Date: 2011-06-22 19:06:17 by Brian S
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SAN FRANCISCO — A free service launched on Wednesday called PrivateSky lets Internet users shield email, Facebook updates, and other online exchanges from hackers or other unwanted snoops. The service from startup CertiVox comes as hackers appear to be rampaging through the Internet, cracking defenses at companies, attacking public websites, and tricking their way into email accounts to spy on contents. PrivateSky works with Internet Explorer (IE) browsers to provide encryption for whatever people type into message boxes and decodes it only for those they chose. Users highlight blog posts, Facebook updates, email messages or other text then indicate who should be allowed to read ...

PDF Layers in Obama’s Birth Certificate [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2011-04-28 14:51:43 by Skip Intro
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We have received several e-mails today calling into question the validity of the PDF that the White House released, namely that there are embedded layers in the document. There are now several other people on the case. We looked into it and dismissed it. The PDF is composed of multiple images. That’s correct. Using a photo editor or PDF viewer of your choice, you can extract this image data, view it, hide it, etc. But these layers, as they’re being called, aren’t layers in the traditional photo-editing sense of the word. They are, quite literally, pieces of image data that have been positioned in a PDF container. They appear as text but also contain glyphs, dots, lines, ...

Commodore 64 Goes on Sale. Amiga, VIC-20 Coming Soon
Post Date: 2011-04-07 19:04:31 by A K A Stone
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Just before Christmas, Commodore teased us with an Intel Atom-based Commodore 64 — a regular all-in-one Ubuntu PC in the shape of the classic C64 home computer, which could also boot into a game-playing C64 emulation mode. Now, finally, you can buy one, and you’ll soon be able to get the C64’s little brother, the VIC-20, in the shape of the VIC Pro and VIC Slim. The C64x can be had in five confusing configurations. The Barebones model is nothing more than the case and keyboard with a card reader and costs $250. The cheapest working version is the C64x Basic at almost $600, and to get luxuries such as Wi-Fi and a DVD drive you’ll need to cough up $700. If you’re in ...

Libertypost's Goldi-Lox may be dead and calcon tries to cover up yukon's gayness with a lame "It was all a joke" excuse [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2011-03-31 00:22:27 by Godwinson
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Title: YUKON STRIKES BACK!!!!!! Source: none URL Source: [None] Published: Mar 30, 2011 Author: me Post Date: 2011-03-30 18:45:23 by calcon Views: 482 Comments: 56 To: yukon aka dare vader of the internet dude, I've got to give you a shout out for the best damn prank ever. One little post by you and your the main topic on least three message boards Just on LP we got the "outing thread" 1000 posts and counting; the "is goldi dead?" thread and the "relax, lp is ok thread". Liberty's flame is also rich with threads about you, The 4dummies are returning to LP in mass because they feel they have no one to fear now that your gone. This thread ...

A look back at confessed homosexual freak yukon and calcon sharing homoerotic momemts at LP [Full Thread]
Post Date: 2011-03-27 23:56:10 by Godwinson
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A look back at confessed homo yukon and calcon sharing homoerotic momemts at LP: #53. To: yukon (#52) LOL! It appears JohnA perished in a Russian brothel. not really, i understand he made a big career move and is now the towel boy/condom washer at the Mustang ranch in Nevada. his next big career move is to become a fluffer in porno films. calcon posted on 2011-02-24 0:27:41 ET Top • Page Up • Full Thread • Page Down • Bottom/Latest #1. To: cranky (#0) Appears the trophy she received is gilded whitetail antlers. yukon posted on 2010-06-06 23:12:19 ET Reply Trace #2. To: yukon (#1) Appears the trophy she received is gilded whitetail antlers. Fascinating. Uh, ...

BOGUS:yukon comes out of the closet and admits he is gay (like most gay hating Republicans)
Post Date: 2011-03-27 20:45:54 by Godwinson
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Drop it. I'm tired of hiding it anyway. yukon posted on 2011-03-27 18:41:52 ET Both times were unintentional. A trap hotlink and a failed ctrl+c on the gun broker one. Though this time it was a blessing that removed a large weight from me. yukon posted on 2011-03-27 19:14:32 ET #250. To: 22rifle (#245) Are you actually a conservative or was that all an act? Nothing has been an act. I've never denied being gay. yukon posted on 2011-03-27 19:25:37 ET

Yukon Posts Gay Porn Link as His "Favorite Website" Over on LP by mistake and Goldi is not around to delete it
Post Date: 2011-03-27 17:03:49 by Godwinson
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Title: New favorite website Source: Gun broker URL Source: http://www.lovethecock.com/ Published: Mar 27, 2011 Author: yukon Post Date: 2011-03-27 01:39:54 by yukon Views: 1343 Comments: 162 For shooting and killing. Addicting and no libturds! Click for Full Text! #1. To: Goldi-Lox (#0) I used the wrong link.

Saudi King to buy Facebook for $150 billion to end the revolt: Goldman Sachs to advise
Post Date: 2011-03-20 23:56:40 by Godwinson
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Saudi King to buy Facebook for $150 billion to end the revolt: Goldman Sachs to advise Posted by Dawn Wires in Humor, Politics on February 27, 2011 7:11 am In what is being termed as pure Wall street Gordon Gecko tactics, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has decided to make an offer of $150 billion to buy out Facebook. Inside sources within the kingdom suggest that he is very upset with Mark Zukerberg for allowing the revolt to get out of control. In a personal meeting between Mark Zuckerberg and King Abdullah on Jan 25, 2011, Zuckerberg had promised that he would not allow any revolt pages to be formed on Facebook even while he allowed Egypt and Libya revolt pages to be formed. But little ...

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Post Date: 2011-02-21 11:42:37 by A K A Stone
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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange: How much trouble is he in?
Post Date: 2010-12-04 18:54:56 by Ibluafartsky
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WikiLeaks' Julian Assange: How much trouble is he in? By Peter Grier, Staff writer / December 1, 2010 Wikileaks founder Julian Assange could be prosecuted under the Espionage Act, but the US has historically avoided pursuing leak recipients. His primary concern is a 'red alert' issued by Interpol for alleged sex crimes in Sweden. Julian Assange, founder of whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks, holds a news conference Nov. 4 in Geneva. Washington WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has grabbed the world’s attention by publicizing a vast trove of secret US diplomatic documents. But his actions have also enraged top government officials around the world. How much trouble ...

Prosecutors in Palin E-Mail Hacking Case Push for Prison Time
Post Date: 2010-11-12 10:08:28 by Badeye
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Prosecutors in Palin E-Mail Hacking Case Push for Prison Time Published November 12, 2010 | Associated Press Prosecutors want 18 months in prison for a former Tennessee college student scheduled to be sentenced Friday for hacking Sarah Palin's e-mail during the 2008 presidential campaign. David Kernell's lawyers are seeking probation for what they contend was a youthful prank that involved Kernell using publicly available information to guess his way into the then-governor of Alaska's e-mail account. Prosecutors and the defense filed their recommendations ahead of Friday's sentencing hearing by a federal judge in Knoxville. Palin and her daughter, Bristol, both testified ...

Cyber Command slips behind schedule (Pentagon Keyboard Comandos)
Post Date: 2010-10-02 00:55:48 by Hondo68
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Cyber Command, responsible for shielding 15,000 U.S. military networks and for being ready to go to war in cyberspace, has slipped behind schedule for becoming fully operational, the Defense Department said on Friday. The command is still putting necessary capabilities in place, said Bryan Whitman, a Pentagon spokesman. It was due to be declared fully operational no later than this month under June 2009 orders from Defense Secretary Robert Gates, an ambiguous deadline many read as October 1. Cyber Command leads day-to-day protection of all U.S. defense networks and is designed to mount offensive strikes if ordered to do so. It began operating in May 2010, ...

FCC Opens Unused TV Airwaves to High-Speed Broadband (+ Cell phone location tracking)
Post Date: 2010-09-23 18:23:06 by Hondo68
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WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission approved a proposal on Thursday that will open vast amounts of unused broadcast television airwaves for high-speed wireless broadband networks and other unlicensed applications. The newly available airwaves, which were freed up by the conversion of television signals from analog to digital, constitute the first significant block of spectrum made available for unlicensed use by the F.C.C. in 20 years. It was a victory that did not come easily, or quickly, however. The F.C.C. first approved a similar measure in 2008, but objections to the technical requirements for unlicensed devices drew objections from 17 companies or groups on ...

Virus-Busting Chips! Why Intel Paid Billions for McAfee.
Post Date: 2010-08-23 21:27:41 by A K A Stone
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The news of Intel's very expensive McAfee purchase raises one obvious question: why is security software worth over $7 billion to a chip maker? Intel has been short on specifics, but it's becoming clear that virus-killing silicon is coming. Computer security with hardware roots isn't new for Intel, but it's stuck in last-gen tech that can't stop your system from getting smoked. Feature sets that can help filter out malicious network traffic or let CPUs screen for certain worms have been safeguarding computers you've already thrown away by now. But they're limited. Right now, most of the anti-malware grunt work is being handled by software. Letting applications ...

Top Ten Reasons You Should Quit Facebook
Post Date: 2010-05-05 11:41:30 by Skip Intro
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Top Ten Reasons You Should Quit Facebook Facebook privacy policies keep going down the drain. That's enough reason for many to abandon it. Here you will find nine more: After some reflection, I've decided to delete my account on Facebook. I'd like to encourage you to do the same. This is part altruism and part selfish. The altruism part is that I think Facebook, as a company, is unethical. The selfish part is that I'd like my own social network to migrate away from Facebook so that I'm not missing anything. In any event, here's my "Top Ten" reasons for why you should join me and many others and delete your account. 10. Facebook's Terms Of Service are ...

The world — maybe even China itself — knows little of its hacker foe
Post Date: 2010-01-18 19:02:08 by A K A Stone
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The world — maybe even China itself — knows little of its hacker foe/Google attacks teach us only that we know nothing/The Chinese hacker is the perfect 21st-century bogeyman — even the Chinese Government may not be able to grasp the monster’s tentaclesAs bogeymen go, the Chinese hacker is as close to perfection as the early 21st century gets: an agent of asymmetric warfare, deadly with weapons that only a fraction of society can grasp and possibly sanctioned by the East’s great emerging superpower. If the most recent cyber attacks on Google show anything, it is that the world has so far seen only a rough sketch of what it is up against. Intelligence agencies and ...

Browser Stats: Firefox 3.5 Is More Popular Than IE 7 or IE 8
Post Date: 2009-12-23 08:18:30 by A K A Stone
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Firefox has finally achieved one of its main goals, surpassing Internet Explorer as the most popular web browser. This latest shift is illustrated by a new batch of browser share stats from analytics firm StatCounter, which is making the rounds on tech news blogs Tuesday. There is, however, one big catch to StatCounter’s numbers — to arrive at the conclusion that Firefox is bigger than IE, you have to break down both Firefox and Internet Explorer’s share into separate version numbers. Firefox’s popularity among web evangelists sometimes leads to overly-optimistic press, and StatCounter’s latest numbers are no exception. Which isn’t to say that ...

Enable Web Browsing and Full Catalog Access on International Kindle
Post Date: 2009-12-22 17:21:15 by A K A Stone
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Ever since Amazon’s Kindle 2 arrived in Gadget Lab’s Spanish Bureau (aka my apartment), I have been trying to restore its lost functionality. Finally, with some rather annoying account jiggery-pokery, I have enabled full (and free) web access and I can now buy any book I like from the Kindle Store. To recap, the Kindle International edition shipped in a somewhat crippled state, with access to a (rather small) subset of the Kindle Store’s contents, and with 3G web browsing limited to the Kindle Store itself and to Wikipedia (and worse, the U.S. Wikipedia). Also, there are no for-pay blogs, and no pictures in newspapers. To be fair to Amazon, these problems are caused by ...

Demand For H-1b Visas Increasing
Post Date: 2009-12-13 17:27:29 by Moderate Mammal
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As many of you have been finding out lately, there aren’t very many companies that are hiring. The jobs just aren’t there–unless you are an foreigner who wants to work here because for them it’s almost a mini hiring boom. An article in the India Post titled: “Sudden increase in demand for H1B visa” is no joke: After months of lackluster response, US authorities have witnessed a sudden increase in demand for H-1B work visa, which is popular among Indian professionals, though the applications received so far are still over 6,000 short of the Congress-mandated cap of 65,000. Patrick Thibodeau of Computerworld wrote an article recently but I think there is some ...

Wireless Brain-to-Computer Connection Synthesizes Speech
Post Date: 2009-12-10 08:29:45 by A K A Stone
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A system that turns brain waves into FM radio signals and decodes them as sound is the first totally wireless brain-computer interface. For now, 26-year-old Erik Ramsey, left almost entirely paralyzed by a horrific car accident 10 years ago, can only express vowel sounds with the system. That’s less than can be accomplished with wired brain-computer interfaces. But it’s still a promising step. “All the groups working on BCIs are working toward wireless solutions. They are very superior,” said Frank Guenther a Boston University cognitive scientist who helped developed Ramsey’s system. In the last decade, brain-computer interfaces, or BCIs, have made the jump from speculation to ...

Senate Race Littered With Cyber Smears
Post Date: 2009-12-07 23:12:41 by Racism_Boot
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The day after Thanksgiving, a video was posted anonymously on YouTube that portrayed Republican U.S. Senate candidate Trey Grayson as Adolf Hitler in a popular online parody of a German film about Hitler's final days. Within days, it got attention from national media and was subsequently removed from YouTube - but not before it was viewed by more than 500 people on YouTube and disseminated on political blogs across Kentucky. It was the latest in a long string of anonymous Internet-based attacks in both the Democratic and Republican Senate primary races. No candidate has been immune from the attacks, which officials call a 21st-century version of tactics that have been around for ...

I See Your Petaflop and Raise You 19 More
Post Date: 2009-02-03 21:13:14 by A K A Stone
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Just a year after the world's fastest supercomputers broke the petaflop barrier by performing one thousand trillion calculations per second, nuclear physicists are planning a 20-petaflop machine in conjunction with IBM. Nicknamed Sequoia, the Department of Energy computer will most likely be the most powerful in the world when it is released. If it were running today, it'd be more than 10 times faster than any machine in existence. When it's installed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in 2012, it could make new kinds of calculations possible, but initially, that power will be primarily used to simulate nuclear explosions, as many of its supercomputer forebears have ...

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