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RedAcor | January 21, 2018 - 00:26 | No Comments

Dmitry Bogatov jailed since April 10, 2017 a software developer, math lecturer at Moscow’s Finance and Law University, free software supporter, Debian and GNU projects contributor, esperantist. Dmitry Bogatov is accused of part 2 of article 205.2 of Russian Criminal code (incitement of terrorist activities or justifying terrorism via the Internet), part 1 of article Read more » 

nAbAt | September 14, 2018 - 20:13

It is amazing the things we don’t know about each other. But know this: We ALL struggle. @brazenqueer runs @FreeJeremyNet. If you care about Jeremy, you must care for her, too. She has put her all into him. She needs us, as we need her. Please help. Compassion with comrades. She’s been there for Jeremy Read more » 

nAbAt | May 22, 2018 - 13:40

The Strange Case of Matt DeHart And The BOP Matt DeHart was one year out from release, earlier in 2017, but according to a memo he received from the BOP center in Texas, someone had started an investigation into his previous Canadian incarceration, and also lied by stating that Matt DeHart had asked for the Read more » 

nAbAt | May 15, 2018 - 13:45

Per Gottfrid Svartholm Warg (born 17 October 1984), alias anakata, is a Swedish computer specialist, well known as the co-founder of the BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay together with Fredrik Neij and Peter Sunde. He has also created the tracker software Hypercube (open source software under no specific license) which was used to run The Read more » 

The administrator of an anonymous online network has been acquitted of terrorism charges one year after Russian authorities detained him for allegedly calling for riots on Moscow’s Red Square. Dmitry Bogatov, 26, was detained in April 2017 and charged with inciting terrorism in posts online. The math teacher denied writing the posts, adding that anyone Read more » 

An Akron man aligned with the online hacking collective Anonymous was arrested Thursday for launching cyberattacks on websites for the city of Akron and its police department, according to the FBI. James Robinson, 32, admitted he was responsible for the attacks on the Akron websites and between Aug. 1 and Aug. 5, as Read more » 

Whoever lays his hand on our comrade hAcKtIcs, is a usurper and tyrant, and we declare you our enemy.