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What It’s Like to Be Targeted by an (Alleged) Private Spy
Notre Dame Conspiracies Flourish Despite Lack of Proof
Notre Dame fire conspiracy theories flourish even after investigators say there’s no proof of terrorism.
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Moscow Server Hosted WikiLeaks & Iran’s Hackers Weeks Apart
The year was 2015, and weeks after a group of brazenly persistent hackers hit over 500 targets, WikiLeaks dumped thousands of Saudi diplomatic cables. Coincidence, or connection?
Group Hacks FBI Websites, Posts Federal Agent Info: Report
One of the hackers told TechCrunch the goal of their hack was “experience and money,” and admitted the files could risk the lives of law enforcement.
ONE STEP AT A TIME
Google Deals New Blow to Alt-Right Social Network Gab
Google and Mozilla have taken aim at Gab’s ‘Dissenter,’ an internet-wide comment section.
TUG OF WAR
How Assange Could Beat the U.S. and Stay Out of Jail
It’s not enough to charge WikiLeaks’ founder—the feds have to convince the UK to hand him over. Experts say that’s easier said than done.
Why Ecuador Finally Got Sick of Assange and Threw Him Out
The Justice Department is set to announce charges against the Wikileaks founder after he was dragged from Ecuador’s embassy in London.
Conservatives Aren’t Being Censored—They Dominate Online
Wednesday’s congressional hearing about social media censorship stemmed from a temporary glitch, Twitter testified. On Facebook and YouTube, the right is king.