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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 […]

Thе Nеw Revelations bу Edwаrd Snоwdеn thаt thе US Hаѕ Bееn Sруіng оn Brіtіѕh Politicians аnd Jараnеѕе Gоvеrnmеnt Pеrѕоnnеl Papers revealed bу Edwаrd Snоwdеn аnd реrtаіnіng to thе Nаtіоnаl Sесurіtу Agеnсу (NSA), US ѕurvеіllаnсе рrоgrаmѕ аnd US Intеllіgеnсе Cоmmunіtу раrtnеrѕ аbrоаd hаvе bееn rеlеаѕеd аnd rероrtеd оn ѕіnсе 5 Junе. An іnvеѕtіgаtіоn ѕhоwѕ thаt thе еlесtrоnіс […]

This Post Continues A Series That Will Comprise The Entirety Of The Matthew Keys Sentencing Documents Filed By The Defense – Part 3 BACKGROUND[1] In the latter part of 2010, Matthew Keys entered an Internet chat room populated by high-level and highly skilled hackers belonging to the loosely knit hacking collective “Anonymous.”  He was invited in […]

Jay Leiderman interviewed on AnonUK Radio Replay – t0pG3ar Live – Global internet activist conversation.  The topic was Matthew Keys and the lessons and fallout from the case. Listen here to Jay Leiderman interviewed on AnonUK Radio by T0p and G3ar Journalist sentenced to 24 months in prison. A federal judge sentenced journalist Matthew Keys to […]

Huffington Post What Is on the Horizon for Grand Jury Reform? (“The decisions by grand juries not to indict officers in the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Mo. and the Eric Brown chokehold case in Staten Island, N.Y., have spurred various proposals to reform grand juries. These calls are likely to increase if grand juries […]