10 August 2012 00:00
Barrett Brown on the mainstream impact of Stratfor emails the ongoing DDoS on Wikileaks since Trapwire release. Barrett says he deals only with public documents he doesn’t even have the links for the emails but hope Anonymous can spread the data.
He airs his irritation with the lack of order in the IRC venues and how the dynamic of Anonymous action is drown in social chatter. Barrett explores ideas for improving social networks to grow information and action.
Barrett Brown is an American activist, author, and freelance writer/journalist. He has been misrepresented in the media as a spokesperson for the hacktivist group (...)
Barrett Brown explains why he was once again detained. Barrett Brown has been detained and released and once again it’s hard to explain why. There’s no government policy that (...)
Stanley Cohen is long time social justice attorney and activist. Stanley Cohen is a US-based attorney and human rights activist who has done extensive work in the Middle East (...)