Within a 24 hours time span, Google faced Congressional inquisition/criticism for complying with National blacklisting laws in China, whilst getting fined in Russia for refusing to comply with theirs.
Satirical: FSB/Kremlin Prepared to Declassify All Documents Corresponding To 2016 Election Hacking Campaign
Yesterday the Kremlin announced Russia is prepared to declassify all documents relating to the hacking of or meddling in the 2016 US Presidential election. Here’s why this is such a world class troll, or ingenious depending on your perspective.
An inside look at how the fall of AnonHQ has helped me on through today, as well as what I am attempting to accomplish through this site and the material I cover on it.
For the first time, Russia’s Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor) has begun fining Google for failing to connect to Russia’s Federal information systems.
Now that Facebook has set up a War Room of 20,000 employees to fight the spread of misinformation, fake news and propaganda ahead of the 2018 mid-Term elections, here is a look back at how Creative Commons helped fuel the fire leading up to the 2016 US Presidential elections.
That awkward moment when you were set to hit publish on an article critical of GoogleAds built in #Security flaws, whilst being considered for inclusion into Google News. Site’s application was rejected this morning, so I’m no longer hesitant to publish.