The story of 4chan acting immature then got on 4chan, where users seemed generally pleased with their actions.
The information released includes full names, email addresses (some with .gov accounts), marital status, IP addresses and sexual orientation.
A new project paid for by a grant from the Mexican government is getting people talking about privacy, secrets, and what we need to know.
Twitter might have turned Erdogan into a TV villain, but it's not going to end his political career.
The man who broke the biggest news story of 2013.
It's not impossible, but scientifically speaking, it'd be very difficult.
Barrett Brown, in prison for investigating US government surveillance, reviews the book by Nixon aide Chuck Colson.
The new online database means it's a lot harder to get away with avoiding paying your taxes.
How will WikiLeaks' role change in the years to come?
A different BP oil rig blew up just before, but it was covered up.
“If you spy on us, we spy on you.”