It wouldn't be the first time that a nonviolent hacker's been put in solitary.
On Oct 23, 2014 by Kevin Collier
"The government posits two standards of behavior: one for private citizens, and the other for the government."
On Oct 8, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
This is no longer just trolling.
On Oct 2, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
At least one member of NullCrew was also secretly an FBI informant.
On Jun 17, 2014 by Kevin Collier
He's now completely free.
On Apr 16, 2014 by Kevin Collier
The court asks if a crime committed on the Internet is a crime committed anywhere.
On Mar 19, 2014 by Kevin Collier
Here's a first glimpse of the Aaron Swartz documentary, The Internet's Own Boy.
On Jan 11, 2014 by Dell Cameron
A trick that exposed an AT&T security flaw also enabled the funniest joke in Canadian politics.
On Dec 27, 2013 by Lorraine Murphy
The 2011 attack targeted a Koch Industries website.
On Dec 4, 2013 by Gaby Dunn
“I think he just cared and was super curious about the world," producer Brian Knappenberger said of Aaron Swartz, the subject of his new film.
On Nov 12, 2013 by Dell Cameron
Assistant principal Adam Matot thought he could just invoke the CFAA, the worst law in technology, and make those mean kids go away.
On Sep 30, 2013 by Kevin Collier
A new EU law, similar to the U.S.'s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, sets two-year minimum penalties for hacking.
On Jul 5, 2013 by Curt Hopkins