Sunday night Vince will be joined by digital activist and computer engineer Gregg Housh.
Gregg is best known for participating in the early Anonymous 4chan raids on the Church of Scientology. He was a major player in helping establish Chanology, the Anonymous campaign to discredit the controversial religious institution.
Gregg is currently self employed as a SEO consultant and no longer participates in Anonymous activities. Yet he is still seen as an expert on the inner workings of the mysterious, loose knit hacking collective and he continues to be a voice for online rights. Gregg is currently helping support jailed journalist Barrett Brown and is also working on a book about his experience with Chanology and Anonymous.
Tonight we will discuss: the history of Anonymous (especially the early Chanology days), the current state and future of digital activism, the cases against Barrett Brown/Jeremy Hammond/Aaron Swartz, the CFAA, YourAnonNews, Internet security, Big Data, SEO, lolcats, bacon, molecular biology, unicorns, synchronized swimming, ninjas and much more!
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