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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 […]

Jay Leiderman quoted in the Guardian Newspaper discussing DDoS as free speech and expression that should be protected by the First Amendment. Jay Leiderman was asked to write an article for the Guardian newspaper. He said: “Our best and brightest should be encouraged to find new methods of expression; direct action in protest must not […]

The interplay between the present copyright laws and freedoms of information and expression is an emerging concept that will have to be addressed in court and legislative bodies as the free information movement and the digital revolution move forward. The relationship between copyright law and freedom of expression has not been directly discussed by many […]

Terrifying website streams camera footage from your webcam Joseph Cox did a fantastic article about a website that streams camera footage from users who never changed passwords from the default passwords on their web cameras.  I was quoted in several places, but before we get there, let’s examine this article a bit. There is a […]

Recently, someone placed me on the Internet Movie Database, or IMDB. Here is my “filmography” – Filmography 2014 The Hacker Wars (Documentary) (self) 2014 The Hacker Wars (Documentary) (senior advisor) Yes, I “played” myself in this wonderful film. It is about – as the title suggests – the Hacker Wars. For clips, try this post […]