Hacktivists strike a blow to the Justice Department.Read more »
Ernie interviews Ian on the Free State Project about why he moved to New Hampshire and what the Free State Project/Freekeene is all about. Ian tells Ernie that the Free Staters are not Nazis about activism!Read more »
"It is my constitutional right to be here without prior approval," Chase said to the officer at one point.
"Your constitutional rights have nothing to do with the law," the officer said.
"If you don't have a permit, you're trespassing," the officer said. He ignored Ocean City's laws before he ever filed his lawsuit, selling his paintings along the boardwalk before the ban.
"Mark is very adamant about his rights," said his mother, Deborah Chase.Read more »
The Fredericton Police issued a ticket to the activist and blogger Charles Leblanc on Tuesday for violating noise bylaws but the blogger told the police that he intended to keep on protesting. He was protesting a ticket he received for riding his bike on the sidewalk in Fredericton.
Videos of his interactions with police can be found on his blog @ http://charlesotherpersonality.blogspot.comRead more »
Don't mess with Federal Reserve: This guy attempted to peacefully use fireworks to protest the Fed, and now the feds are trying to throw him in a rape cage for life. "3 felony charges were filed on Tuesday against Neff, each of which carries a sentence of up to 25 years..Bond has been set at $2 million"Read more »
Government in Austria has approved a "Pastafarian" to wear a kitchen colander on his head for his Government Driver's licenseRead more »
A young hacker has created a smartphone application that makes it easy to police the police - by streaming audio and/or video into a system that strips your personally identifying information before posting and keeping a watch on police.Read more »
Lashing out against the "racial profiling anti-immigrant police state that is Arizona," LulzSec has released their newest data dump: "hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses and passwords belonging to Arizona law enforcement."Read more »
The FBI and US secret service have used the threat of prison to create an army of informers among so-called "online criminals." In other words, government is doing what it does best: dividing rather than uniting, enslaving rather than freeing, issuing threats rather than generating peace.Read more »
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