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Anonymous takes down USSC.Gov

Anonymous takes down U.S. Sentencing Commission Website and names eroding justice, abuse of prosecutorial discretion, and the suicide by-prosecution of internet pioneer and Harvard fellow Aaron Swartz. http://www.USSC.Gov  LMAO   DOX their top executives!

Anonymous Hacking Spree Day is today? Oh my! Click 4Juicy Details!

This one is on fire. I’m updating it as more sites are hacked – and also now that PayPal’s head of PR is skirmishing with me on Twitter. I also got the Anonymous press release about the V For Vendetta reenactment they’re planning today in London. It’s all here:

PayPal, Symantec hacked as Anonymous begins November 5 hacking spree | ZDNet »

As it becomes the 5th of November around the world, Anonymous announced a hacking spree that has claimed many websites and a few databases – plus a planned V For Vendetta reenactment at the Houses of …  Don’t forget that PayPal = Amazon & Bank of America.  And it’s an ebay thing now partnered with discover card.   Adding Symantec to the list just rounds out the Umbrella Corp properties nicely.
“Protesters in Canada will get a rude surprise if they don Guy Fawkes masks – because last week Canada’s House of Commons approved a bill that bans people from hiding their faces during riots btw.”
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Anonymous hacking spree hits PayPal, Symantec

The hacks are apparently just the beginning of document dumps and defacements for its day of protest, the 5th of November, aka Guy Fawkes Day.

The press arm for Anonymous has announced that it has begun its hacking spree for the 5th of November — Guy Fawkes Day — and claims to have dumped user and employee account information on accounts from PayPal, Symantec, Australian government Web sites and much more.

Monday’s main focus seems to be an anti-surveillance protest — as with the recentAnonymous October 20 protest — with November 5th intent aimed at surveillance systems such as TrapWire and INDECT.

Trapwire and INDECT’s opponents believe that the surveillance systems to be direct threats to privacy and certain civil freedoms and that their implementation could constitute human rights violations.

According to the various Anonymous Twitter accounts announcing the hacks and linking to document dumps, this is just the beginning of doc dumps and defacements for its day of protest. News of the protest is being shared on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and Pastebin.

Australian Government Hacked by Anonymous for Nov 5th

The hacktivists have also included in its Nov. 5th announcements tonight the hacking and defacement of Australian government sites, ImageShack and PayPal (claiming a zero day exploit), Ascension Australia, and Lady Gaga‘s fan site (claimed for the spree by “Pyknic”), Saturday Night Live’s Web site, Australian steel and mining company Arcelor Mittal, homewares website GiftNow, the Greek City website, the Ghana Consulate Web site, and claim to have leaked VMware ESX Server Kernel source code via twitter today.

Anonymous Australia seems to be the most active at this time.

At the same time, the press arm for Anonymous has announced — via a press release on Pastebin — that it is rallying the public for an in-person V For Vendetta protest at The Houses of Parliament, at 8 p.m. in London.

Protesters in Canada will get a rude surprise if they don Guy Fawkes masks — because last week Canada’s House of Commons approved a bill that bans people from hiding their faces during riots.

We’re watching and following the developments as they happen.

And right now they’re happening fast — and furiously. 

This story originally appeared at ZDNet under the headline “PayPal, Symantec hacked as Anonymous begins November 5 hacking spree.”


The Top Five Special Interest Groups Lobbying To Keep Marijuana Illegal

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Last year, over 850,000 people in America were arrested for marijuana-related crimes. Despite public opinion, the medical community, and human rights experts all moving in favor of relaxing marijuana prohibition laws, little has changed in terms of policy.

There have been many great books and articles detailing the history of the drug war. Part of America’s fixation with keeping the leafy green plant illegal is rooted in cultural and political clashes from the past.

However, we at Republic Report think it’s worth showing that there are entrenched interest groups that are spending large sums of money to keep our broken drug laws on the books:

1.) Police Unions: Police departments across the country have become dependent on federal drug war grants to finance their budget. In March, we published a story revealing that a police union lobbyist in California coordinated the effort to defeat Prop 19, a ballot measure in 2010 to legalize marijuana, while helping his police department clients collect tens of millions in federal marijuana-eradication grants. And it’s not just in California. Federal lobbying disclosures show that other police union lobbyists have pushed for stiffer penalties for marijuana-related crimes nationwide.

2.) Private Prisons Corporations: Private prison corporations make millions by incarcerating people who have been imprisoned for drug crimes, including marijuana. As Republic Report’s Matt Stoller noted last year, Corrections Corporation of America, one of the largest for-profit prison companies, revealed in a regulatory filing that continuing the drug war is part in parcel to their business strategy. Prison companies have spent millions bankrolling pro-drug war politicians and have used secretive front groups, like the American Legislative Exchange Council, to pass harsh sentencing requirements for drug crimes.

3.) Alcohol and Beer Companies: Fearing competition for the dollars Americans spend on leisure, alcohol and tobacco interests have lobbied to keep marijuana out of reach. For instance, the California Beer & Beverage Distributors contributed campaign contributions to a committee set up to prevent marijuana from being legalized and taxed.

4.) Pharmaceutical Corporations: Like the sin industries listed above, pharmaceutical interests would like to keep marijuana illegal so American don’t have the option of cheap medical alternatives to their products. Howard Wooldridge, a retired police officer who now lobbies the government to relax marijuana prohibition laws, told Republic Report that next to police unions, the “second biggest opponent on Capitol Hill is big PhRMA” because marijuana can replace “everything from Advil to Vicodin and other expensive pills.”

5.) Prison Guard Unions: Prison guard unions have a vested interest in keeping people behind bars just like for-profit prison companies. In 2008, the California Correctional Peace Officers Association spent a whopping $1 million to defeat a measure that would have “reduced sentences and parole times for nonviolent drug offenders while emphasizing drug treatment over prison.” Continue reading

Thoughts for the night/day/week/month.

September is one heck of a month for me.     Many birthdays including my own.   Many wonderful moments, and even some very sad.   Emotions running high can make your mind create rivers of thoughts.  These rivers can be navigated in a fine manner however, like any water charted down and then rehearsed, over and over.  With that said this little project of mine seems to be opening paradoxes globally.  Hopefully one day many will feel it.

Watching #Mermaids at home with the family on Discovery channel.  Amazing how history shows only what we think we know, or what we actually happen to know.  We however are never in tune, as we are each different in many ways.  The fact that this evidence is now being broadcasted, and the research advanced to the point where they concluded they can broadcast this publicly makes me feel humbled.  Humbled to know that God is big and gives faith only to those that deserve it. 

Furthermore, I believe each and every network on earth needs new authority and we can help mold this “enforcing power”.  I have in mind something that is unprecedented, this is not a normal advocate of advice but a prophetic theoretical enforcer of national importance behind the scenes working with humble spiritual power to enhance humanity to its fullest potential.  Every network using protocols of communications regarding TERMS or TOS or Agreements deserves a righteous virtuous enhancement which I believe can help every human update their own processing abilities in order to properly synchronize with the world we live in.  Only through liberty and justice for all.  I believe every update to such said terms to any and all groups/networks should be not just mentioned/emailed or brought up to people/members etc.  But I have a vision that when an update for any of these communication networks/organizations/groups/websites/companies happens, members should receive a very clear delivery of such updates, perhaps even with a questionnaire to prove as evidence that said members agree to the new updates.   We live in an age/era where ignorance is just no longer bliss.  We are too wise to ignore blatant mistakes.


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