"Now that bit of dark humor that so many people enjoyed will likely be mitigated, and those who delight in seeing the full stupidity of humanity on display will just have to find another way to bait it out."
"Join us in our ritual"
There were those times. You remember them. Sitting alone in the cafeteria. A sweaty bag lunch. The smell of tuna and smashed potato chips. A box of apple juice. A wad of napkins.
Over 7000 images of displays, old photos, dioramas, stuffed critters, and other goodies.
"Grams, which launched last week and is patterned after Google, is accessible only through the Tor anonymizing browser (the address for Grams is: grams7enufi7jmdl.onion) but fills a niche for anyone seeking quick access to sites selling drugs, guns, stolen credit card numbers, counterfeit cash and fake IDs - sites that previously only could be found by users who knew the exact URL for the site."
New security holes are always showing up. The latest one, the so-called Heartbleed Bug in the OpenSSL cryptographic library, is an especially bad one.
The Distributed Autonomous Corporations (DACs) are coming.
Networks will break down without new biologically inspired routing
US-based Security firm Proofpoint claims to have uncovered the first proven Internet of Things cyberattack involving household 'smart' appliances.
The California bill would specifically ban the state and its political subdivisions from "[p]roviding material support, participation or assistance in any form to a federal agency that claims the power, by virtue of any federal law, rule, regulation or order, to collect electronic data or metadata of any person pursuant to any action not based on a warrant that particularly describes the person, place and thing to be searched or seized."
The internet. What a joke, it'll never happen.
Bad Bios. Bad, bad bios.
This is probably the most painful bug report I've ever read, describing in glorious technicolor the steps leading to Knight Capital's $465m trading loss due to a software bug that struck late last year, effectively bankrupting the company.
...but emotionally we're a culture of seven-year-olds.
How the feds brought down the founder of the silk road tor site.
This seems like a very excellent idea.
"At the end of the day I make a weight gain shake from heavy whip cream and a whole tub of ice cream, which Johan feeds me through a funnel.
Connected to the Cloud, Robots Get Smarter
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Australia is a psychotic, cold-blooded murderer that would swallow you whole if you so much as left the front door of your house (and this is assuming that your Sydney Funnel Web barricades are in working order). Whoever thought up the concept of Australia was inflicted with the madness of Nietzsche and the megalomania of Qin Shi Huangdi.
...and this was it's first URL. Happy 20th birthday, WWW!
An insightful piece on privacy.
The truth about meepcoins.
The truth about meepcoins. (Hint: they're not shells or tulips)
Ancient Texts Drawings from Nordic Folks
Loki ? ... naaaaaaaw. You'd never admit to it.
Aaron Swartz, an Internet savant who at a young age shaped the online era by co-developing RSS and Reddit and later became a digital activist, has committed suicide.
It's the new planking.
"The world is not sliding, but galloping into a new transnational dystopia."
There is a nation of potential cord cutters looking for an excuse to stop paying Comcast for 500 channels they don't really want
Helping to process the staggering amount of Internet activity that occurs, data centers waste vast amounts of energy, belying the information industry's image of environmental friendliness.
Following revelations that New Zealand's Government Communications Security Bureau illegally intercepted communications in the Megaupload case and provided those details to law enforcement authorities, the country's Prime Minister has been forced to apologize personally to Kim Dotcom
Proof x 9 that She is.
..in 6 to 8 weeks time.
"If I discover intelligent life, it'll be the first I've ever seen. (I'm looking at you, Mohawk JPL nerd)"
That also deals with encryption and could save your life or help overthrow the government.
Testing for COINTELPRO agents on Linkswarm.
Oh how far the mighty have fallen
A mate of mine is currently amusing himself (and possibly obtaining free amateur porn pics) by playing with female Russian scam-tarts, the mail-order bride type. One of these girls has recently obtained a kitten (the feline variety) and asked him what to call it. My mate, being an avid cat-hater of the sort who has a "looking for your cat? Try under my tyres" bumper sticker on his car, offered what he said was a very popular name for cats in Australia.
Collection of magazine articles, variety of topics, genres etc.
Go make some noise about this before you're screwed "notwithstanding any other provision of law."
The latest internet privacy bill working its way through Congress.
9-year-old's DIY cardboard arcade gets flashmobbed
The Mystery Man Behind the Most Disturbing Internet Meme in History
Pretty much the same reasons as the Gold Manmeep guy, when you boil it down.
Judging copyright trolls like a Pro.
An 'experiment' which involved using homeless people as mobile wi-fi hotspots has attracted criticism, forcing the advertising agency behind it to defend itself.
Anons also told Wired that future collaborations with WikiLeaks could involve a series of hacks that will be announced, one after another, every Friday for the foreseeable future. If that happens, the Stratfor e-mail release could be the first sign of a new, powerful alliance between the two groups, each of which has vexed and angered the world's most powerful governments and corporations.