Should Anonymous Give Up

To many the decentralized nature of ‘Anonymous’ is a boon. There’s no head to lop off, no central point of contact. It’s also a detrement too, as any fool can jump up, shout something inflammatory and lead the mob on a rampage. They also like to hide behind anonymity, especially on services like Twitter, where […]
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Top Gear’s Argentina Could Be Future Britain

Over the weekend Top Gear aired its Patagonia special, which ended in quite spectacular fashion. While most of us already knew the ending already (as it made international news at the time) it was quite a different thing seeing the ending in context. What’s more it’s something we’re increasingly likely to see on UK streets […]
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Dotcom to Sell Out Digital Rights in the US

The announcement of launching a US arm to ‘the Internet Party’ (by Mega founder Kim Dotcom) seems, on its face, quite good news. A rich, media-savvy person who understands technology getting into the US political scene to stir things up and fight for digital rights, and freedoms; sounds great, right? The announcement of launching a […]
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[LIVE] 2014 European Parliament Elections | DAY 4

It’ s the last day of the European Parliament Elections, and with Pirates on the ballot in 15 countries, it’s going to be a sight to see. I’m running this liveblog in association with Pirate Times, who will be helping throughout, with a liveblog for each day. Today, it’s day four of the European Parliament election […]
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[LIVE] 2014 European Parliament Elections | DAY 3

Today is day three of the European Parliament Elections, and with Pirates on the ballot in 15 countries, it’s going to be a sight to see. I’m running this liveblog in association with Pirate Times, who will be helping throughout, with a liveblog for each day. Today, it’s day three of the European Parliament election […]
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[LIVE] 2014 European Parliament Elections | DAY 2

Today is day two of the European Parliament Elections, and with Pirates on the ballot in 15 countries, it’s going to be a sight to see. I’m running this liveblog in association with Pirate Times, who will be helping throughout, with a liveblog for each day. Today, it’s day two of the European Parliament election coverage, […]
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