Stupidly, they don’t even talk to me before releasing any information. I would explain that I had nothing to do with it. Since they were so into security thing they would have easily seen that a known hacker w/ the skills that this sabu had would not put his name on a domain contact.
Archive for 2011/07/17
(10:23:34 AM) firstname.lastname@example.org: I’m a journalist and a minister. You can pick either, and treat this as a confession or an interview (never to be published) & enjoy a modicum of legal protection.
Hacker Who Turned in Bradley Manning Is a Bigger Scumbag Than We Imagined
Manning told Lamo, “im not a source for you… im talking to you as someone who needs moral and emotional f*cking support.” Lamo reassured Manning, ” i told you, none of this is for print.”
The Roman Court ruled that search engines do not need to identify and remove search results that refer to alleged “pirate” sitesPosted: 2011/07/17 in Blocking, Education / Awareness, Enforcement, Filtering, Jurisprudence
The reversed decision was based on a provision in the European eCommerce Directive that prescribes that hosting providers, such as Yahoo, are not liable for the information they store at the request of users, where they act directly to remove to illegal information once they have been notified accordingly. Any such notification should however indicate the exact location (URL) of the infringing information.
Dutch internet service providers keep mum about plans to charge more for “heavy traffic” online servicesPosted: 2011/07/17 in Bandwidth Management, Education / Awareness, New Business Models
Dutch language news article: http://www.nu.nl/internet/2566368/nederlandse-providers-zwijgen-extra-geld-van-aanbieders.html
Based on LulzSec chat logs, we can conclude the roles of LulzSec members during the 50 days of mayhemPosted: 2011/07/17 in Cybercrime, Education / Awareness
Google blocked several Belgian newspapers from its web search results Friday in what the papers called retaliation over a copyright infringement lawsuitPosted: 2011/07/17 in Blocking, Education / Awareness, Google, Jurisprudence
Google spokesman William Echikson said the court decision applied to web search as well as Google News and the company faced fines of 25,000 euros ($35,359 per infringement if it allowed the newspapers’ websites to keep appearing