Archive for 2012/09/09
Long before Julian Assange was known as the founder of WikiLeaks, he was a teenage hacktivist known by the handle Mendax. The new film Underground looks to expose that side of Assange, even as the media attention around the founder continues to reach epic proportions.
Underground, which premieres Saturday at the Toronto International Film Festival and will air on Australia’s Network Ten later this year, is a study in how Assange became Assange. Based on Suelette Dreyfus’ 1997 book of same name, the film traces how a Melbourne teenager became a member of the hacker group International Subversives in the late 1980s and first appeared on the radar of authorities all over the world.
Scotland Yard officers arrested a 33-year-old man this morning on suspicion of theft offences, computer misuse and conspiracy to pervert the course of justicePosted: 2012/09/09 in Cybercrime, Education / Awareness, Enforcement, Network Security, Privacy / Data Protection, Public Policy, Stats / reports
Dutch language news article:
@FBIPressOffice Wait, what? So because you don’t know of any data breach it never happened? So the conference call was fake, too? ;-)
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What does school dress code have to do with driving disruptive business transformation in your company?Posted: 2012/09/09 in Education / Awareness, New Business Models, Stats / reports, Tech Evolution
In an obscure working document, the European Commission has announced it is working on plans to open European civil airspace to unmanned drones by 2016. This follows the signing by President Obama earlier this year of the FAA Appropriations bill which mandated that US airspace must be opened to drones by 2015.