27/02/2014 by Don Quijones
In the following video Breaking The Set‘s Abby Martin discusses journalist Glenn Greenwald’s latest report on the intelligence community’s use of subversive and manipulative online tactics to destroy the reputations of businesses and individuals worldwide.
Anonymous Spain: 2 yrs as a criminal org
‘with leaders arrested’
by Marta G. Frank
The prepartaion for trial of the three people who were accused in 2011 of being “the leaders” of the Anonymous cyber-activist movement in the Spanish state is still open.
The June 10, 2011, Manuel Vazquez, curator of the Technological Investigation Brigade (BIT) of the National Police, starring in one of the most hilarious episodes of the history of this body: with a Guy Fawkes mask in hand, announced they had dismantled the cupola of Anonymous, an organization considered a threat by NATO (along with Al Qaeda and the Taliban, in a report published after the Wikileaks scandal). Continue reading “Spanish Anonymous 3 still await Show Trial”
Nov 5: websites hacked by anons,
10,000 march on UK Parliament,
Anon message, must-see video, files hacked…
On November 5, a reported ten thousand anons marched on the UK Parliament. Many government and other websites around the world have been hacked as well as major sites such as Symantec, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe and ZPanel. Below, we post an end of November 5th message from Anonymous.
Update… Files from the Vienna-based Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) plus a synopsis were posted on the Par-AnoiA website. (The full files are here.)
In the meantime, we present a 90 minute, MUST SEE video that will dispel any myths or preconceptions you may have about hacktivists. The video includes: Continue reading “5N: Sabotage Treason and Hack! Anonymous Film and Demo”
Wikileaks has exposed Trapwire, which is a giant Global snooping system set up in 2004 by ex CIA agents and linked to millions of cameras and supercomputers.
In theory Trapwire is to detect potential terrorists, by spotting them doing the planning, thus cashing in on the multi billion antiterrorist budget.
In practive terrorists are rarer than dodos..If, like the NYT says, TrapWire is “Counter-Terrorism” software, how do we explain THIS 2nd August 2010 internal Stratfor email, which states, “they (San Francisco) need something like TrapWire more for threats from activists than from terror threats. Both are useful, but activists are ever-present around here.” Continue reading “Trapwire is watching us… Wikileaks vs. the CIA.. ‘Smash A Cam Saturday’”