To help with necessary supplies, three residents are using Amazon to receive donated shipments of supplies.
One year ago today, Zuccoti Park in New York City was occupied by protestors angry about growing inequalities in the U.S.
The company argues that information on accounts belonging to Brooklyn Bridge protester Matthew Harris is protected by the Fourth Amendment.
The self-described blackhats at #TeamGhostShell have released 50,000 usernames and passwords from Wall Street firms.
Despite opposition from Twitter, a New York judge has decided to analyze protester Malcolm Harris' tweets and pass on relevant information to prosecutors.
The channel is a partnership with nonprofit organization Witness and social news service Storyful that will curate human rights stories from around the world.