#OpDorner: Anonymous announces attack on LAPD
We knew it would happen: Anonymous has formally announced OpDorner, a mission to disrupt the LAPD's manhunt for fugitive ex-officer Christopher Dorner.
The Morning GIF: Hitchcock's subtleties
Remember The Man Who Knew Too Much? No, the other one.
The Morning GIF: Glitch aesthetics
No context? No problem.
The Morning GIF: Walt Disney's meteoric rise
So Tink's a double agent, huh?
The Morning GIF: Elmo's darkness
Life isn't so rosy for the little red monster.
The Morning GIF: The Legion of Doom
Brazilian artist mashes up Marvel, DC, and modern bad guys in this villainous collective.
The Morning GIF: Mini car, max air
Watch a rally driver flip a Mini Countryman onto a snowy ramp.
The Morning GIF: 3Doodler
A 3-D printing pen is on its way to becoming one of the most funded projects in Kickstarter history.
Hacker Jeremy Hammond, "the other Bradley Manning," in court
Alleged LulzSec hacker and lifelong activist Jeremy Hammond had his second week in solitary confinement interrupted by yet another pretrial hearing.
The Morning GIF: Out-of-body experience
There's no more thorough look at a human's innards than this.
The Morning GIF: Burn, baby, burn
When DIY goes WTF
Twitter loses appeal, must turn over WikiLeaks information
After more than a year of court battles, U.S. District Judge Liam O’Grady has ordered Twitter to turn over information on three key WikiLeaks supporters.
Hackers in space
Hackers have grandiose plans to create an alternate way to log on. But will it happen?
Crossing borders with an iPad instead of a passport
One Toronto man insists he crossed from Canada into the United States with just his iPad. But did it really happen—and can he do it again?
iPad trick worked once to get across US border—but a passport worked better
A Canadian man who used his iPad to cross the border into the United States couldn't replicate the deed.
Code Red Velvet: Cupcake gets flagged in airport security
A Wicked Good Cupcake's layers of gel-like chocolate icing was deemed a violation of safety guidelines by the Transportation Security Administration. Hilarity ensued.
An open letter from the Daily Dot to the Department of Homeland Security
We don't mind if your agents scour our pages. Every click makes America stronger!
How to protest SOPA on the Web
Here's a quick round-up of all the different ways to possibly black-out your blog, website, or Twitter profile in opposition to the Stop Online Piracy Act.
WikiLeaks truck still up for sale—if you have the cash
There were bidders for that WikiLeaks truck. If only they'd had actual money.
Indonesian man beaten and seized by cops after atheist posting on Facebook
His offense: posting "God does not exist" on his Facebook page.