iraqi civilians

iraqi civilians

Anonymous publishes trove of emails from Haditha marine law firm

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Law firm represented Frank Wuterich, who pled guilty to his part in the death of 24 Iraqi civilians, but served no jail timeHackers associated with the Anonymous activist group have leaked a trove of emails hacked from the law firm representing staff sergeant Frank Wuterich, accused of leading a group...
Anonymous publishes trove of emails from Haditha marine law firm

TalkTalk defies digital bill

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TalkTalk's refusal to cooperate with 'draconian' anti-piracy measures reflect growing resistance to the digital economy billOne of the UK's three biggest internet service providers has vowed not to co-operate with measures to combat file-sharing set out in the government's controversial digital economy bill, expected to receive royal assent within days.TalkTalk,...
TalkTalk defies digital bill

Wikileaks releases a video which appears to show the US military shooting down Iraqi civilians. http://www.collateralmurder.com/. No US mainstream media outlet is reporting; the top results from a Google News search for "wikileaks" are from The Guardian (

www.collateralmurder.com
Wikileaks releases a video which appears to show the US military shooting down Iraqi civilians. http://www.collateralmurder.com/. No US mainstream media outlet is reporting; the top results from a Google News search for "wikileaks" are from The Guardian (
Fear of Anonymous is changing how corporate lawyers litigate

Anonymous sends unhappy Valentine's Day greetings

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Community of hackers take repsonsibility for mucking up website of company accused of supplying tear gas in Bahrain uprisingIt's been a busy Valentine's Day for Anonymous, that loose affiliation of hackers who seem to be cracking into every company in town.Celebrating the one-year anniversary of the uprising in Bahrain, sometimes...
Anonymous sends unhappy Valentine's Day greetings

Law firm that defended Marine still smarting from Anonymous attack

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The website of a law firm that represented a US Marine accused of leading a massacre that killed 24 Iraqi civilians remained inaccessible on Monday, three days after hackers with Anonymous took credit for an attack that compromised the site and exposed almost 3GB of confidential e-mails. The breach...
Law firm that defended Marine still smarting from Anonymous attack

Wikileaks reveals US air attack video

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Footage of July 2007 attack made public as Pentagon identifies website as threat to national securityA secret video showing US air crew falsely claiming to have encountered a firefight in Baghdad and then laughing at the dead after launching an air strike that killed a dozen people, including two Iraqis...
Wikileaks reveals US air attack video
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