EFF Wins Final Victory Over Podcasting Patent

Back in early 2013, the podcasting community was freaking out. A patent troll called Personal Audio LLC had sued comedian Adam Carolla and was threatening a bunch of smaller podcasters. Personal Audio claimed that the podcasters infringed U.S. Patent 8,112,504, which claims a “system for…

The Burr bill would extend NSA warrantless surveillance for 8 years.

Since 2013, when former NSA contractor Edward Snowden exposed broad, domestic spying by the U.S. government, the public and its representatives have learned a great deal about the intelligence community’s surveillance regime. We have learned about the breadth of NSA surveillance programs, and how domestic…

American International Group’s Management Presents at Consumer Electronics Show Conference (Transcript)

American International Group Inc.(NYSE:AIG) Consumer Electronics Show Conference January 8, 2013 6:30 PM ET Executives Lex Baugh – CEO of North America General Insurance Gaurav D. Garg – CEO of Global Personal Insurance Robert W. Peterson – Santa Clara University School of Law Kate Sampson…

#OpIsrael: Anonymous hackers threaten to hack US and Israeli websites after Trump’s Jerusalem move

OpIsrael, which was first launch in 2013 by Anonymous hackers on the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, has become an annual campaign Anne-Christine Poujoulat/AFP/Getty Images A call to arms has been sent out to hacktivists around the world to unite and attack US and Israeli…

Norway targeted by Anonymous over whaling

An Anonymous supporter in Oslo in 2013. File photo: Stian Lysberg Solum / NTB scanpix Hacker group Anonymous has reportedly targeted several Norwegian institutions in protest against the country’s whaling industry. Newspaper Aftenposten reported on Thursday that Anonymous ‘hacktivists’ regularly organise attacks on countries with…