• 00:14

    Rioting & Anarchy In The UK - Anonymous, LULZSEC. The World.

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    Your host Caleb Spilchen talks about Rioting & Anarchy in the UK, anonymous lulzsec, and issues in the world today.

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  • 00:36

    Police Brutality in America

    in Current Events

     police brutality in America has run rampant I'm posting a link here of police in America using brutal force against people their sworn to protect http://is.gd/zJO1oh just one of these videos is unacceptable. It should outrage any and all American citizens to see any civil servant brutally beaten an American citizen.


     


    I've been told all I do is complain without any solutions to the problems I do have a simple solution that I believe would curve this type of action on our streets by people who are sworn to protect and serve the public.


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  • 00:45

    We're All One Family

    in Current Events

      My Grandfather of seven generations Biauswa would say "we are all relatives and must learn to live in harmony". First nation people believe in a strong community a United community, where each person plays a vital part in making the community thrive. NO ONE IS LEFT BEHIND! 


     


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  • 02:02

    DISORDERLY CONDUCT - Cyber Cryme Sexy Tyme

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    New developments in two seperate Anonymous related cases:   Two LulzSec hackers, Darren Martyn (Pwnsauce) and Donnacha O'Cearbhaill (Palladium), learned they will not spend time behind bars for the attack they launched on a 2011 election campaign website.   The two pleaded guilty to the charges brought against them in July. At the time, a judge ordered them to take part in a probation service program.   Now, Judge Ann Ryan says she is pleased with the fact that they’ve put their expertise to good use during this period, which is why they will not have to serve jail time.   Martyn & O'Cearbhaill have been ordered to pay a €5,000 each to cover the costs of restoring the website. Half of the money will go to a suicide prevention charity.   Also, a new development in the Steubenville, Ohio rape case saga...   William Rhinaman, a Steubenville City Schools IT worker, was charged with tampering with evidence, obstructing justice, obstructing official business and perjury, according to an indictment released Tuesday.   Rhinamanb allegedly tried to alter or conceal evidence from Aug. 11, 2012 thru April 25, 2013. Two Steubenville High School football players were convicted of raping a girl after a party that began the night of Aug. 11, 2012.

  • 02:03

    DISORDERLY CONDUCT - Cyber Cryme Sexy Tyme

    in Dreams

    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.
     

  • 02:21

    DISORDERLY CONDUCT - Hammond Plea Deal

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    Hactivist Jeremy Hammond pleaded guilty this morning in a New York courtroom to violating the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) as a member of the Internet collective known as Anonymous. He is now slated to be sentenced on September 6 and faces no more than 10 years in prison. Hammond, 28, was arrested last March and charged with hacking into the computers of Strategic Forecasting Inc., or Stratfor — a global intelligence company based out of Austin, Texas.
    He has been held in jail for nearly 15 months since being apprehended and faced a potential life sentence if convicted by a jury. After spending more than a year behind bars — with weeks spent in solitary confinement — Hammond pleaded guilty early Tuesday for his role in the Stratfor hack as well as eight other computer network intrusions.
    Hammond wrote a statement which was released today and gives a good explaination as to why he opted for this plea deal.
    Tonight we will discuss the Hammond case and plea deal with Daily Dot columnist Lorraine Murphy aka raincoaster, Andrew "Panda" Blake, Subverzo and more!

  • 00:17

    Wikileaks & LulzSec

    in Current Events

    Why are politicians acting as corporate reps?
    Who controls the internet?
    Think about it!

  • 02:49

    DISORDERLY CONDUCT - Cyber Cryme Sexy Tyme

    in Current Events

    This morning, District Judge Loretta Preska told 27-year-old Jeremy Hammond and a courtroom full of supporters that she will not be stepping down at this time from the federal case against the young political activist, who’s accused by the government of hacking private intelligence firm Stratfor during a highly-publicized security breach in late 2011. Prosecutors say Hammond, an alleged member of LulzSec, hacked into Stratfor and obtained a trove of personal information, including personal correspondence between executives and thousands of credit card credentials belonging to subscribers of a paid service offered by the company. In recent weeks, though, it’s been discovered that Judge Preska’s husband, attorney Thomas J. Kavaler, was victimized in that very hack. Mr. Kavaler’s personal information, including his credit card numbers, were leaked in the hack attributed to Hammond. Despite this knowledge, though, Judge Preska said Thursday that she is reserving judgment in recusing herself from the case. Hector Xavier Monsegur, a hacker who famously operated on the Web as LulzSec ringleader “Sabu,” will be sentenced in federal court for crimes that preceded the Stratfor hack. But although Sabu’s rap sheet is long and his crimes arguably heinous, he is expected to be let off easy: according to court documents, he pleaded guilty back in August 2011 but has had his sentencing delayed because of his ongoing cooperation with federal investigators. In fact, FBI agents provided him with the very computer used by Hammond to upload the hacked Stratfor files just two months later. Tonight Vince will be joined by Andrew Panda Blake to discuss this and anything else on your mind!

  • 00:46

    Your Anonymous Midnight Rambler

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    Midnight Rambler Your Anonymous Midnight Rambler
    http://1.webchat.anonops.com/
    http://listen.radioanonops.com:8000/live.mp3
     
    For whatever is hidden is meant to be disclosed,and whatever is concealed is meant to be brought out into the openWe Were,and We are,and We will always beAnonymousWe are legionWe do not forgiveWe do not forgetYou can always Expect usany many many many many many many more of us too. For we are all Anonymous!If you want human rights for everyone on earth you have the idea and are Anonymous too

  • 00:30

    Your Anonymous Midnight Rambler 2013 1 7

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    Midnight Rambler Your Anonymous Midnight Rambler
    http://1.webchat.anonops.com
    http://listen.radioanonops.com:8000/live.mp3
    For whatever is hidden is meant to be disclosed,and whatever is concealed is meant to be brought out into the openWe Were,and We are,and We will always beAnonymousWe are legionWe do not forgiveWe do not forgetYou can always Expect usany many many many many many many more of us too. For we are all Anonymous!If you want human rights for everyone on earth you have the idea and are Anonymous too

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