Piracy vs Plagiarism, What is the difference?

by Kitty Hundal with contributions by Raymond Johansen This article was inspired by a recent situation which occurred. The Hacker Wars, an article written by me, Kitty Hundal, with contributions by Raymond Johansen, was originally published with our permission to The Cryptosphere in April, 2015. The Cryptosphere is owned and operated by independent media journalist, Lorraine … Continue reading Piracy vs Plagiarism, What is the difference?

Enforced Transparency 5: Crowdsourcing Independent Journalism

ENFORCED TRANSPARENCY by way of investigative journalism In our first article, we explained that when governments deny their citizens transparency and start to do bad things. We need to employ new tools to safeguard our democracy. This article, will focus on Independent Journalism and how to achieve that very independence. We will cover three examples … Continue reading Enforced Transparency 5: Crowdsourcing Independent Journalism

Enforced Transparency – when hacking becomes necessary

ENFORCED TRANSPARENCY
The concept of transparency is simple, if governments practice it – we as a people – will be able to spot misuse of power, corruption and safeguard our democracy. When transparency becomes just a word, a smokescreen, and governments around the world use it as well as the alleged need for secrecy to keep us in the dark, something has to be done.

Interwebbed: Cyber and Crypto News for April 23

Originally posted on The Cryptosphere:
Liar’s by Thomas Hawk on Flickr Hacking is thirsty work, kittens, so here’s to the slow, easy downhill jog to the weekend. Today we bring you a deception-focused cyber and crypto news roundup. Your Facebook homies? All Feds. Nonfiction spy memoir? Fiction! That perfectly ordinary London road? Conceals a classic…