Think Progress According to NBC News correspondent Mara Schiavocampo, George Zimmerman has launched a new website: Mara Schiavocampo@maracamp Zimmerman’s attorneys have confirmed the site is operated & authorized by him RT @thinkprogress:@maracamp How do you know this is authentic? On the website — therealgeorgezimmerman.com — Zimmerman solicits donations to support his “living expenses and legal defense.” He writes: “I… More George Zimmerman Launches Website, Features Vandalized Black Cultural Center
Image via Wikipedia Although Gawker is somewhat skeptical about this new offering of email leaks from “Anonymous”, apparently the activist group is planning to expose Bank of America documents sometime today. If I were those folks in the financial industry, I’d be very afraid of what may be about to hit the proverbial fan… Gawker A… More Anonymous to Leak Bank of America Documents Monday
I don’t know if their getting paid, but I do know there are a lot of them on internet forums… AlterNet There are daily attempts to control and influence content in the interests of the state and corporations: attempts in which money talks. They are the online equivalent of enclosure riots: the rick-burning, fence-toppling protests by… More Are Right-Wing Libertarian Internet Trolls Getting Paid to Dumb Down Online Conversations?
Update: Julian Assange remains in jail as Sweden appeals against bail decision Huffington Post WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is back in court today, and has been granted bail by a British judge. He has been in a British prison for a week after being denied bail last week. Assange is wanted for questioning for alleged sex crimes involving two… More Julian Assange Bail GRANTED; WikiLeaks Founder Back In Court
Huffington Post An online group calling itself Anonymous is attacking sites around the web perceived to be “enemies” of WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange. This appears to be the group responsible for the shutdown of the Mastercard site earlier today, owing to Mastercard’s refusal to process payments to the group. After the site went down, the… More Operation Payback: WikiLeaks Supporters’ Cyberattacks Target Online ‘Enemies’