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“I’ve turned into — my name I’m going to change to is Josh James Hoey.  I’m not Mr. Mir Islam anymore, that has ended a long time ago.” Mir Islam, 11 July 2016, to a federal Judge.  This then, I must guess, is the would-be tale of what Mr. Hoey did with the freedom he […]

Protest Speech and the Digital Revolution The unpolished draft of the op-ed written for the Guardian There is no weapon on the planet more powerful than speech.  In recent years, the digital revolution has led to new and unique ways for people to express themselves.  Speech has flourished around the globe, and brought the world […]

http://voicerussia.com/radio_broadcast/70924886/114960376.html  Afternoon Show   →   Opinion: Manning trial is about ‘the public’s right to know what their government is up to’ Tags: Politics, Interviews, US, Wikileaks, Bradley Manning Rob Sachs Jun 3, 2013 14:56 WASHINGTON — The Bradley Manning trial began Monday at Fort Meade, MD. In February, Manning pleaded guilty to lesser charges that could result in 20 years behind bars, but […]

What is the Importance of Promptly Updating your Operating System / Software on iPhone? The thing to remember about application updates is that they usually make relatively small changes. These changes are mostly bug fixes some plug security vulnerabilities or changes to enhance compatibility with a new version of the operating system or any other […]

There are numerous TV series about computer hackers who have failed to draw a large audience, let alone portray computer hacking with any degree of authenticity. CSI: Cyber (2015 – 2016) used to hack the code gibberish and animations to explain. Scorpion (2014 -) had a notorious scene that included gratuitous action to make the […]