They disrupted a Monty Python showing in Brixton.
Even though that would mean five years of jail and possible torture for protesting.
Weirdly, no one at the PR event wanted to talk about all the torture.
They jailed an artist for it under the pretence that he'd broken the law by having long hair.
The TPP looks disconcertingly similar to SOPA and ACTA.
Because it's easier to fire noxious gas at protesters than listen to their demands.
A new deli has become a hate-target of anti-gentrification protesters in London.
And the cyber-security expert and WikiLeaks affiliate knows a fair bit about the state of internet surveillance.
It's a bit like Comic-Con, only all the heroes are real.
The Formula One boss doesn't see anything wrong with Bahrain's awful human rights record.
The regime is spending millions on PR and inviting journalists to its Formula 1 race track.