The government says Matt DeHart is an online child predator. He says that’s a ruse created because he discovered shocking CIA secrets and claims he was tortured by federal agents. The only thing that’s clear is that he’s in deep trouble.
If there’s one thing the internet hates, it’s when people don’t tip well.
Anonymous told supporters of ISIS and al-Qaeda, “We are declaring war against you, the terrorists.”
“Can I touch your hair?” Featuring GloZell Green.
Protesters told BuzzFeed News they wanted a revolution. Actor and comedian Russell Brand was also pictured at the event.
A Twitter account is sharing terrible things “lads” have done, and it’s the worst. Parents, lock up your sons. NSFW language.
“I love working at Walmart! You get to check out all the hot moms and matures.”
More Walmart worker confessions (and lots of other stuff) can be found on Whisper.
From anonymous Whisper posts.
Maybe you shouldn’t keep it to yourself anymore. Download Whisper for more secrets.
What’s your best pick-up line?
Someone has been hiding cash around the Bay Area and sending clues through Twitter on where to find it. On Wednesday night, the account, @HiddenCash, made its first drop in Los Angeles.
The extremely raw and incredibly diverse things people on Whisper are saying about their beliefs and their lives.
The former Reuters staffer claims in a new filing that statements he made to the FBI were impacted by pills he had taken five hours prior. New documents in a much-watched case.
Interestingly, many of these incidents occurred on Thanksgiving Day. Updated.
Students reported the tweets to police.
Protestors took to the streets of London on Bonfire Night as part of the worldwide Million Mask March.
Also, the image is owned by Time Warner.
The National Security Agency website, NSA.gov, was suddenly forced offline for several hours Friday. The agency blamed “an internal error that occurred during a scheduled update.”
Between Anonymous hackers and local activists, Maryville is poised to follow Steubenville as the next small-town home of a major teenage rape case.
The hackers face a maximum sentence of five years in prison for “Operation: Payback Is A Bitch.” Their alleged DDoS attacks hit Bank of America, Amazon, the Library of Congress and dozens of other entities.
If you see #CureForMiley online today, it’s fake.
The dating site’s admin claimed he took her photos without knowing who she was.
UPDATED: The victims include The New York Times, Twitter, and The Huffington Post UK.
These are the quirky, tired, and dramatic faces of Turkish activism.
Middle Eastern “OpUSA” hackers expected to attack feds Tuesday. Questions over White House preparedness.
Anonymous isn’t the only hacker organization causing headaches for media companies and politicians.
A Canadian teenager hung herself after photos of her rape were spread by classmates on Facebook and Twitter, now the internet is demanding justice.
The anonymous imageboard community remembered the Iron Lady with their usual tact and reverence.
Students at Torrington High School in Connecticut have been protesting the arrest of two high school football players after they were charged with sexually assaulting two 13-year-olds.
When Adria Richards was fired for complaining about sexually inappropriate comments at a tech conference the internet erupted. And now it looks like internet activists are attacking the people involved.