Archive for June 7th, 2013

Alleged Anonymous hacker raided by FBI after exposing Ohio rape scandal

Alleged Anonymous hacker raided by FBI after exposing Ohio rape scandal

A 26-year-old Kentucky man says the FBI raided his home earlier this year in an attempt to investigate two hacker groups and the role they played in exposing the players linked to a high-profile rape case in Steubenville, Ohio.

An aspiring rapper from Winchester, KY named Deric Lostutter revealed Thursday that agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation conducted a search of his home two months ago and seized computers, electronics and other items pursuant to a warrant signed April 15 by a federal judge for the Eastern District of Kentucky.

Lostutter has not been charged with any crime yet, but the FBI combed through his house in search of items pertaining to the hacktivist group Anonymous and an offshoot, KnightSec. 

According to the warrant, Lostutter is likely the target of an investigation into KnightSec’s online campaign earlier this year to collect, analyze and distribute information about the gang rape of a teenage girl the previous summer in the town of Steubenville, around 400 miles away from Winchester near Ohio’s border with Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

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Ice from fast food fountain drinks is dirtier than toilet water….

A new study by UK’s The Daily Mail found that ice from McDonald’s, Starbucks, Burger King and KFC, to name a few, contains more bacteria than toilet water.

Next time you are out and about and decided to make a stop for some food, make sure you ask them to hold the ice…….

Classified docs reveal NSA’s vast real-time warrantless Web surveillance

Classified docs reveal NSA’s vast real-time warrantless Web surveillance

Dissolving Micro-Chip Will Tell Big Brother Your Every Move

Dissolving Micro-Chip Will Tell Big Brother Your Every Move

John Rogers PhD and his team work out of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. They, along with other teams at Tufts are developing transient electronics, tiny micro-thin chips that dissolve when they have served their purpose.

On April 8th this year their research paper was presented to the American Chemical Society at their annual National meeting, this year it was held in New Orleans.

Rogers spoke eloquently of the technology, explaining its possible use and exactly how the chips work. There was nothing negative at all in the presentation. Nothing was mentioned about the possible negative uses of such technology.
In a nutshell, micro-thin, soluble electronic chips are implanted into an equally thin medium that is also soluble. The amount of ‘wrapping’ around the chip denotes how fast it will dissolve. Once the final encapsulation layer has dissolved, the chip,within an hour, does the same, leaving no trace behind. There’s nothing at all to indicate it was ever there in the first place.