There's this place called 4chan where cutting off your toe will make you cool.
James Daniel McIntyre was a "sweet guy" who hacked credit cards and gave the money to charity, according to those who knew him.
I've listened to people who were oblivious that they were pedophiles and women too terrified to leave their husbands.
The hacktivist group claims that it had taken several government websites offline on Sunday morning and is threatening to release the name of the officer responsible for the death.
On Wednesday morning, NYSE trading abruptly stopped.
Last month men dressed in what looked like SWAT uniforms abducted and beat Edmonton's Richard Suter. They also cut off his thumb.
The 20-year-old, whose case was made famous thanks to an Anonymous campaign, will be getting 12 months probation.
Online activists are working hard to stop the media from ignoring a possible child-molestation scandal that could involve high-ranking political figures.
After the police destroyed a homeless encampment near downtown Montreal, the hacktivist collective responded with protests and threats.
In response to the university's perceived foot-dragging on disciplining the students, the loose network of hackers is bringing its outlaw justice to Halifax and calling for their expulsion.
A man who infamously took a sexually explicit photo of a 15-year-old girl who later committed suicide won't do jail time thanks to a judge's ruling yesterday.
We spend so much of our time trying to hack and subvert and work around the systems that make up the world, but should we be trying to change them for the better instead?
While the event didn't quite live up to its "Million Mask March" title, the first thing I was struck by was the sheer number of people present. The second thing I noticed was the weed smoke.
Brisbane will host the 2014 Group of 20 from November 14 to 16. Should residents be worried about similar scenes to Toronto in 2010?
Vivien Lesnik Weisman's documentary is little more than a valentine to the internet trolls who gave her access.
Scientology has always been a poor fit for the UK. It's a phenomenon better suited to wealthy, tanned Americans who've spent their entire lives being told they can be anything they want to be if they throw enough money around
The new Work for the Dole program stipulates that people apply for forty jobs per month. We spoke to the guy behind an app that sends your job applications to forty politicians.
This anonymous designer has been creating non-demographic denim since the brand launched in 2011. People have been going apeshit since the first 69 collection sold at Assembly New York, and in an industry where image is everything, forgoing fame is a true…
Yesterday, Glenn Greenwald and The Intercept revealed the names of four out of five countries that the NSA is collecting the phone calls of using a program called MYSTIC. Now, Wikileaks is threatening to release the name of the fifth country in question.
Mistreated by an ex? Good news, there is a whole industry devoted to you destroying their life anonymously.
Anonymous held a protest a couple weeks ago and attracted a lot of media attention. But the BBC didn't cover it hard enough, or something, so Anonymous came out to protest again. Will the ever get the attention they desire?
Earlier today, Barrett Brown's legal counsel sent us this letter on behalf of their imprisoned client, who is apparently spending his time in lockup watching telenovelas, The Bad Girls Club, and twiddling his thumbs until they bleed.
According to the plan, rather than going home when they got cold, the idea was that everyone would stay for an entire day. At least, that seemed to be the idea from the Facebook call out, "NOTE: This will be a 24 hour event, please be prepared to peaceful…
They're particularly mad about an RCMP officer who, at the protest, said, "Crown land belongs to the government, not to fucking Natives."