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In unity with the prison's inmates, the hacking group pledges to disrupt online activities at Guantanamo -- prompting the U.S. military to shut down the base's Wi-Fi.
Matthew Keys says he was told his termination was related to his tweet activity during the Boston Marathon bomber manhunt -- and that his federal indictment was not mentioned.
A freshly-published patent application describes a potential payments system in which buyers don't have to reveal any personal details to the retailer.
The "hacktivist" group has hacked its way into a North Korean news site for the second time this month.
The hacktivist collective claims to have caused more than $3 billion in damage in protest against treatment of Palestinians, but officials say the attack has caused minimal disruption.
The "hacktivist" group also takes credit for accessing a North Korean news and information site, which is currently offline.
A Japanese university experiment has opened up dozens of free VPN services around the world.
Social media editor at Reuters turns to Facebook to criticize charges that he conspired with the hacktivist group to deface the L.A. Times Web site, which belongs to his former employer.
Years after the Los Angeles Times Web site was supposedly defaced by Anonymous, the U.S. government goes after a former employee who allegedly gave hackers the company's login and password.