[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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Politicians – Best Watch Out for the NSA and GCHQ

I know it’s been 2 months since my last post, but there’s been a lot going on, mainly to do with the European elections (more on that later this week, with live-blog coverage of it). There is one topic though that came up that just goes beyond the pale, and has sparked such outrage, that […]
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Everything You Need to Know About Online Activism, Hacktivism, and Civil Disobedience

Speaking to a very nice gentleman from Al Jezeera America (Adam Elrashidi) on Friday about Hacktivism, his questions helped me clarify some thoughts on this topic that I’ve been meaning to write since last month’s piece on Jeremy Hammond. The problem is that there are three terms that are bandied about like cheap ad-hominem’s on […]
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Jeremy Hammond Lulz-ing in Jail

There are petitions all over the internet right now, pleading for a judge to give someone an easy time. They’re full of claims about how what he did was not that bad, and he did it ‘for good’ etc. It’s all poppycock. These same people cry out ‘double standards’ if someone else gets preferential treatment, […]
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