Staff / Truthdig and Chris HedgesAug 6, 2018
"Both well-meaning and more illicit-minded intelligence professionals basically realize [exposures of the inner workings of power] can't go on," the publisher and journalist tells the "On Contact" host in a discussion about attacks on such organizations as WikiLeaks. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Emma Niles / TruthdigApr 2, 2016
Further enraging state residents, Michele Reagan acknowledged that many voters were given provisional ballots because their party affiliation had been changed without their knowledge. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigNov 4, 2015
Updated: The "hacktivist" group has disclaimed any participation in the release Sunday and Monday of data regarding the personal information of KKK members. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Peter Richardson / TruthdigMar 6, 2015
As the surveillance state has harnessed the very technologies that were supposed to liberate us, a new book explores the shadowy world of Anonymous, an online "community" that has targeted corporations and governments guilty of perceived offenses against digital liberty. Dig deeper ( 5 Min. Read )
Donald Kaufman / TruthdigDec 11, 2014
Former-“Anonymous”-hactivist-turned-FBI-informant Hector Xavier Monsegur, aka "Sabu," has turned to the news media to defend himself against accusations of “snitching” on his colleagues. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigAug 30, 2014
The hacktivist journalist pleaded guilty to three charges stemming from his reporting on a high-profile hack by the group Anonymous and his long-standing conflict with the FBI. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Donald Kaufman / TruthdigApr 22, 2014
After spending over a year in a federal correctional institution, "Weev" Auernheimer's conviction has been vacated by an appeals court. The U.S. government may try him again and critics of his prosecution hope Auernheimer's plight will underscore the need to put an end to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Dig deeper ( 6 Min. Read )
Alexander Reed Kelly / TruthdigMar 3, 2014
"The state now wants to make sharing unapproved information a crime," DSWright writes at FireDogLake. "Which is to say the stakes in the Barrett Brown case could not be higher." Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigFeb 6, 2014
The NSA whistle-blower's new leak that the British government targeted activist collective Anonymous has sizable and scary implications; in 2013, 85 people were exonerated for crimes they didn't commit, and it wasn't just because of scientific advances; meanwhile, strangle rules and regulations are being revealed in Sochi as the Winter Olympics start. These discoveries and more after the jump. Dig deeper ( 2 Min. Read )
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