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Buzz Patterson will discuss his most recent book, "Conduct Unbecoming:How Barack Obama is Destroying the Military and Endangering Our Security" that was released on Sept. 7.
Lt. Col. Robert “Buzz” Patterson, U.S. Air Force (Retired), is the author of two New York Times best sellers, "Dereliction of Duty: The Eyewitness Account of How Bill Clinton Compromised America’s National Security," and "Reckless Disregard: How Liberal Democrats Undercut Our Military, Endanger Our Soldiers, and Jeopardi
Hacktivist collective Anonymous has targeted People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), claiming the animal rights group’s attempt to bring legal action against online commenters who were critical of the organization’s euthanasia tactics is “unacceptable.”
Federal prosecutors have shut down Liberty Reserve, an alternative payment network that they say was a $6 billion scam “designed to help criminals conduct illegal transactions and launder the proceeds of their crimes.” This is a case anyone with Bitcoins in their virtual wallet is going to want to watch very closely.
Smithfield Foods, whose signature hams helped make it the world’s largest pork producer, is being bought by a Chinese firm in a deal that marks China’s largest takeover of an American consumer brand.
Facebook Inc. plans to bolster efforts to keep hate speech off its pages amid complaints the site allowed content that encouraged violence against women, prompting companies to suspend advertisements.
These stories and more, plus your calls! Open lines!
Tonight Vince welcomes folks from Chronicle.su for an exclusive discussion on the amazing Twitter antics of "Glen Greenwild" and @EJosephSnowden. Apparently "Greenwild" was able to dupe several media outlets into re-tweeting disinfo from the parody account. The account name has since been changed to "chroniclesu" which has given the alternative news site thousands of unsuspecting followers. Meanwhile, the @EJosephSnowden parody account continues to tweet about the absurd media coverage of the NSA surveillance program.
KYAnonymous, continues to raise cash for a potential legal defense, while poking at the hive. Adrian Chen wrote a fawning 257 page story on KY. N1gg3rChr1st produced a diss track dedicated to KY and several anons gave the former #OpRedRoll participant a piece of their mind.
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Tonight, we will try to sort thru all the fucckery and retardedness on Twitter. Latest Anonymous drama: SinisterAnon of Amerisec wrote a paste bin swan song to Anonymous; KY Anonymous continues to raise a ton of cash; and a youtube video by Agent 47 has inspired a "skeet" meme. Plus, asshurtmacfags has an amazing bewb day!
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Tonight Vince is joined by Subverzo to talk about the recent #NSA leaks. Today the source for Glenn Greenwald's piece on the #NSA's massive homeland surveillance program revealed himself to the UK Guardian.
The individual responsible for one of the most significant leaks in US political history is Edward Snowden, a 29-year-old former technical assistant for the CIA and current employee of the defense contractor Booz Allen Hamilton. Snowden has been working at the National Security Agency for the last four years as an employee of various outside contractors, including Booz Allen and Dell.
We will discuss this and also Neal and Ron square off on Project Vigilant.
Celebrate Hump Day with Vince in the Bay! Tonight, reaction to the first 2 days of the Bradley Manning trial including Adrian Lamo's testimony. Also, it was revealed today the National Security Agency appears to be collecting telephone records of tens of millions of American customers of Verizon, one of the nation’s largest phone companies, under a top-secret court order issued in April. Plus, an amazing video hit the Internet today which depicts VITB's victimization of a barrage of attacks from bacon loving nimjehs. Your calls are welcome as well. Open lines!
Tonight join Vince as he covers the news of the day…
Four members of LulzSec, an offshoot of Anonymous, were sentenced today in London to between two and two-and-a-half years in prison for their roles in a series of high-profile hacks against Sony and other targets in 2011.
Ryan Cleary, also known as “Viral” online, Jake “Topiary” Davis, and Ryan “Kayla” Ackroyd, all received prison sentences, while Mustafa al-Bassam, aka T-Flow, was given a 20-month suspended sentence due to the fact that he was only 16 when he committed the crimes. Al-Bassam, now 18, was also sentenced to 300 hours of community service.
Cleary was not a primary member of the group, but he got the largest sentence, 32 months in prison. He was charged with supplying the hacking tools to conduct the attacks and for hacking U.S. Air Force computers. He also pleaded guilty to possession of indecent images of children and babies; his sentencing for this charge is scheduled for a separate hearing.
Ackroyd was described as the ringleader responsible for choosing targets and directing the others. He pleaded guilty to stealing data from Sony and also for interfering with the Sun newspaper site by redirecting users to a fabricated story indicating that Rupert Murdoch, CEO of the News Corporation, had committed suicide. He was sentenced to 30 months.
Davis, one of the most prominent members of the group due to his role as spokesman, was sentenced to two years, which he will serve in a youth detention center.
Tonight Vince explores the #Amerisec movement. #Amerisec appears to be a faction within Anonymous dedicated to action that does not involve civil disobedience/breaking of laws. Many inside and outside of Anonymous have been critical and have attacked #Amerisec, in some cases exposing personal information of #Amerisec participants. What has #Amerisec done to garner such ridicule and criticism? We hope to be joined on air by #Amerisec members as well as ardent critics.
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It's the end of the work week and time to celebrate by going commando with Vince! Tonight's guest is CNYrebel the host of Rustle League Radio on BTR. Together we will navigate the bowels of the Internet. There appears to be an inordinate amount of buttrage surrounding figures in both the #Amerisec and #KnightSec camps. Also, the nimjehs have continued to attack VITB and are now increasing their numbers out of fear of the rise of #AntiBaconSec. We will discuss this and much more! Of course our good friends at the NSA will be with us as well, but that goes without saying. Open lines. Call in! We're up all night to get lucky!
Tonight on the show Matt Osborne will join Vince to report on Bill Talley, a former health-care executive turned Twitter activist, who was sentenced to 1 year in prison and 8 years of probation for having child p0rn.
Also, we hope to be joined on air tonight by Amanda Bynes who has attacked another person on twitter, this time a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model.
It's hump day! Celebrate with VITB! We're up all night to get lucky!
If it's Sunday, it's MEET THE INTERNET! Tonight a round up of the week's events….Department of Justice reportedly seized Fox News reporter James Rosen's email, phone records, and tracked his movement in and out of State Dept through security-badge records. This is after last week's report the DoJ seized phone records of AP reporters and offices.Protesters rallied Saturday as part of a global "March Against Monsanto" demonstration against seed giant Monsanto and genetically modified food.Meanwhile, US infrastructure continues to fall apart. This week, a bridge collapsed in Washington state. Investigators are trying to determine why the bridge over Interstate 5 collapsed after a truck clipped a steel truss.#AntiBaconSec scored a huge victory! San Francisco bacon themed restaurant, "Bacon Bacon", was forced to close its doors after neighbors complained about the overwhelming bacon aroma. Complaints revealed a permitting issue that forced the restaurant to shutter its operations. A public hearing must be held before Bacon Bacon can reopen.This and more will be discussed with our distinguished panel:Tyler Bass - Columnist for Chronicle.suFoolish Reporter - blogger for Trenches.usAsshurtmacfags - Columnist and Internet TrollΨηασε Γενθινε - free speech activistCnyR3bel - host of Rustle League Radio