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Backpage makes ads free for sex workers as police pressure ramps up
Backpage is rebelling against both law enforcement pressure and credit-card shunning.
The civil war to save classic video games
The business, the Library of Congress, and the battle to preserve video games.
A copyright exemption could extend the lives of defunct online games
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has asked for an exemption to keep online games from going extinct.
Snowden rallies privacy advocates in New York City
“Security is not the only value that Americans treasure."
How an FBI informant orchestrated the Stratfor hack
Previously unseen chat logs reveal that Hector “Sabu” Monsegur—not Jeremy Hammond—instigated the infamous cyberattack.
Two strikes against the 'six strikes' advisory board
The two named members of the board have connections to the ISPs themselves and the legislators behind SOPA and PIPA.