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In this video Luke Rudkowski, breaks down his advance video equipment to Pete Eyre of Cop Block. Pete is the co founder of Cop Block an international organization that holds police officers…

With all the recent revelations about the NSA and all the companies that are working with them to give away our information, it seems impossible to have any kind of privacy on…

On Saturday March 16, a group of concerned citizens from Brooklyn took a tour of Susquehanna County PA, to witness first hand the effects of Hydrofracking on the local community. Via WeAreChange

Before entering the New Jersey courthouse to face his sentencing on March 18, 2013, Andrew Auernheimer (Weev) gave a short speech to the press and to his friends. Auernheimer was sentenced to 41 months in prison followed by three years supervised release.

Auernheimer revealed a security flaw in AT&T’s iPad user database, allowing him to scrape the data from 114,000 iPad users. The information was later on given to a journalist. In January 2011, the FBI did an investigation and filed a criminal complaint.

Auernheimer was convicted on conspiracy to access a computer without authorization (18 U.S.C. § 1030(a)(2)(C), part of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986) and fraud in connection with personal information (18 U.S.C. § 1028(a)(7)).

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