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From the HBGary Emails: the Tree of Oppression, the Apple of Surveillance

February 24, 2011 by


I have successfully searched AnonLeaks for every email containing “COIN” and “ROMAS”. A few hundred emails later, my opinion of the US government and is incestuous corporate allies has, perhaps remarkably, fallen even lower. I hope to recover a few of the brain cells which ran screaming from my brain before I go to sleep. […]

The Limits of Cyberanarchy

February 17, 2011 by


Anarchy, as I understand it, is the political and social orientation which holds that all formalised systems of hierarchy and social control – notably governments – are axiomatically oppressive and need to be dismantled permanently. A fast way to start arguments between anarchists is to wonder aloud about the methods necessary to dismantle said organisations. […]

How Not to Censor a Discussion Board

January 9, 2011 by


The censor must, of course, read everything. By ‘the censor’, I don’t mean an individual, of course, but rather a system. Most likely this is composed of a passive and active level; the passive is a text crawler, which then sorts posts by user. From there, certain keywords and keyphrases are analysed, and reports are […]