Hacker group releases what looks like former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's electronic address book. It says it targeted Blair over his support for the Iraq war.
Hacker group says it's targeting the agency because of its "anti-immigrant" policies.
Group releases statement declaring that its whirlwind run of headline-grabbing exploits, involving the likes of Sony, the CIA, the U.S. Senate, and FBI partner Infragard, is coming to an end.
Lytro's Founder and CEO Ren Ng Ph.D. stopped by the BOL studio today to discuss his new product the Lytro Light Field Camera which allows you to focus different depths of field within one photograph. We picked his brain about how the technology works and how it will evolve into the art of photography and beyond. We also discuss the FTC's probe into Google's business practices as well as the upcoming possible overhaul of the United States Patent office rules and regulations. Lulzsec continues to make news and publish the identity of its victims while a rival hacker group calling themselves TeaMp0ison has vowed to out the members of Lulzsec by publishing Lulzsec's identities and personal information in retaliation. All this and more on today's Buzz Out Loud with special guest host from Android Atlas Antuan Goodwin who has a deep fear of Zombies.