15 July 2014 00:00
"As an anthropologist of the digital I tend not to treat digital media as exceptional, except when it comes to the few exceptions that seem to rub up against our traditional categories and methodological tools. Anonymous, the online entity seems to be one such exception..."
In Apartheid-era South Africa listening to Radio Freedom was a crime carrying a penalty of up to eight years in prison. Anonymous has evolved in a culture of threats to free communication as well. When the Anonymous networks launched into radio, Lorax drew inspiration from Radio Freedom and launched Lorax Live to provide an uncensored platform...
Jeremy Hammond is a member of the hacktivist network Anonymous, and a gifted computer programer whose case has attracted the attention of (...)
The #JA4me campaign has been compared to the successful Free Mandela movement of the 1980s. By Kiwi journalist Suzie Dawson and radio host Terry (...)
Naomi Colvin from the Courage Foundation talks about Lauri Love. Guest: Tor Ekeland, Lauri’s US attorney. Lauri Love is a Suffolk-based (...)
Australian national radio’s Law Report features Lauri Love. Lauri Love is interviewed on ABC’s Law Report this week, on the subject of extradition (...)
Live On The Fly exclusive interview with WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange Co Hosted by KPFA’s Dennis Bernstein Assange’s first interview since (...)
Barrett Brown "Stratfor Hack Trapwire & WikiLeaks DDoS." Barrett Brown on the mainstream impact of Stratfor emails the ongoing DDoS on (...)